Over the course of the last year, Portland State University Television (PSUTV) has been creating a feature film: Karen Doesn’t Dream.
This psychological drama follows Karen, a 27 year-old porn store employee and Seaside resident. Karen’s job has always been dreary and monotonous, serving the tourists and tenants of Seaside. But that was before she found the sleep tapes… To what extent will Karen feed a growing addiction, and what will this addiction bring out of her?
Portland State University’s non-profit organization “PSU.TV” is looking for script submissions for their Third Annual Film Project.
The Annual Film Project is PSU.TV’s regular feature film production. The project involves over two dozen students, community members, and working professionals. The First Annual Film Project, Retro Hero, is in post-production, and will soon be submitted to film festivals. The Second Annual Film Project is currently in Post-Production.
“The Film Program and the College of the Arts at Portland State University are pleased to announce the Koerner Camera Film Scholarship, the inaugural film scholarship in the School of Theater + Film. This scholarship will provide access to high quality film education and pre-professional training for two undergraduate film students with a course of study emphasizing cinematography. Two $5,000 scholarships will be awarded each year for five years.