Film Tourism is growing, becoming a more robust niche sector of cultural tourism every year, and remarkably Oregon has hundreds of incredible locations that have starred in films, TV series, and high-profile commercials since the silent movie days of 1904. In order to build upon this growing tourism niche, the Oregon Film Trail has been slowly rolling out Trail stops over the past two years (currently at 33) all highlighting the State’s important contribution to the film and TV industry and (seemingly unlikely) community partnerships all across Oregon.
Have you ever wanted to stand eye to eye with an elephant, or watch as a tiger slowly walks past you? Or maybe you dream is to swim
with a manta ray, or see the frozen tundras of the north? Well, good news, one team is working to make this a new type of reality, and they intend to share these experiences with the world.
Based in Salem, Oregon, All Around Productions is taking aim at how we view, and experience our natural world. Continue reading... “Upcoming Wildlife Mini-Series aims to change how we see the natural world”
We noticed this weekend that the theatrical trailer for Kelly Reichardt’s feature film “Meek’s Cutoff” is now online. “Meek’s Cutoff” is due in theaters this April. More details on the film can be found here.
According to the film’s website, “Meek’s” will be in Portland on April 22 (Fox Tower), Bend on May 13 (Regal Pilot Butte 6), and Salem on May 13 (Salem Cinema).
For those of you in Oregon who are interested in seeing this movie, there will be a special screening at the Elsinore theater in Salem on March 15th to benefit the Oregon Cultural Trust. Continue reading... “Theatrical Trailer for “Meek’s Cutoff””