It is a forgotten piece of film history for all but the staunchest of aficionados, and its box office draw was almost nonexistent; yet a little-known feature film in the last thralls of the silent film era stands as a remarkable footnote in history as the first feature-length student film ever made – completed by University of Oregon students. Continue reading... “University of Oregon Coeds Made The Very First Student Feature Film”
Tonight, OPB-TV will re-broadcast “Don’t Wait for the Quake,” an event hosted by Oregon Public Broadcasting and the University of Oregon’s School of Journalism and Communication (SOJC) on Nov. 17. The program will air at 9pm PT, and although tonight’s show won’t be live, A Fourth Act’s audience engagement tool Harvis will be.We invite you to join in.
Some background: To promote public awareness and catalyze conversation, OPB and the SOJC convened a public forum on Nov. 17 about earthquake readiness in Oregon. Continue reading... “OPB And UO-SOJC To Air “Don’t Wait for the Quake” With Broadcast Audience Engagement Tool”
Mark your calendars… the Oregon Film Annual Meeting will be held Friday, December 17th at 7:00PM. This year’s meeting will once again be a state-wide teleconference event thanks to the support of our friends in Bend, Eugene, and Ashland. The Portland location for the meeting will be Portland State University’s Lincoln Hall.
Attending for the last time as Governor, will be Governor Ted Kulongoski. We need a strong turnout to demonstrate our gratitude to the Governor for all he has done to support our industry. Continue reading... “Oregon Film Annual Meeting – December 17th”