• What we’ll do Grab a drink and let’s go see a movie! Bring friends and some good conversation to discuss the film, its characters, the production and more. . . . .Won’t You Be My Neighbor . . . From Academy Award-winning filmmaker Morgan Neville (20 Feet from Stardom), Won’t You Be My Neighbor? takes an intimate look at America’s favorite neighbor: Mister Fred Rogers. A portrait of a man whom we all think we know, this emotional and moving film takes us beyond the zip-up cardigans and the land of make-believe, and into the heart of a creative genius who inspired generations of children with compassion and limitless imagination. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FhwktRDG_aQ . . Are you a member of our Facebook page? Check it out at Facebook.com/portlandfilm and Facebook.com/portlandfilmfestival We’re on twitter too. twitter.com/portlandfilm or @portlandfilm or @portlandfilmc Don’t forget instagram.com/portlandfilm DO YOU LIKE INDEPENDENT FILM? Don’t miss out on this years Portland Film Festival sponsored by Comcast. The festival kicks off next week on October 22nd to October 28th. Watch movies from most genres—even learn how to make one. Check out the schedule and buy passes now at http://portlandfilm.org
Listen to the directors representing the day’s films talk about their experiences making movies and working in the film industry. Includes free pastries and coffee. Don’t miss out on the daily Directors Chats with visiting talent from around the world, held daily at 11:00 am at the Festival Headquarters located at 1105 NW Lovejoy Street.
Portland’s most popular TV show with 34 seasons, The Simpsons, has deep connections with the city as the hometown of series creator Matt Groening. Opening Night of the Portland Film Festival includes the documentary Jailhouse to Milhouse, Friday, October 13th, at 4:30 PM in Portland’s friendliest theater, McMenamin’s Kennedy School.
McMenamin’s Kennedy School hosts emerging horror directors screening Friday, October 13th at 10:30 pm, following a special screening of the cult-classic Friday the 13th and Opening Night Documentary about The Simpsons voice talent, Jailhouse to Milhouse.
The future of independent film starts October 12th in Portland, Oregon. Eighty films by some of the most talented storytellers working in independent cinema today will be screened at the 2023 Portland Film Festival presented by Comcast, October 12-16.
Attention all Portlanders. Come Howl at the moon! The first 100 howlers get a unique limited edition t-shirt. Join the pack. The free event marks the opening of Portland’s Halloween season and celebrates all the storytellers arriving in Portland for the upcoming Portland Film Festival, October 12-16.
High school and college students, teachers, and administrators in the U.S. are eligible for free access to the Portland Film Festival, both in person in Portland, Oregon or at participating schools.
Festival passes and special event tickets are now on sale for the 2023 Portland Film Festival, presented by Comcast. The Festival opens Thursday, October 12th, with a brunch and closes with an Awards Ceremony and screening of Portland’s favorite film on October 16th.
Portland Film Festival celebrates independent film and the city of Portland in the heart of the Pearl District this year, utilizing warehouse lofts, restaurant spaces, and more, October 12-16. Join in the fun and watch movies!
The Portland Film Festival is excited to introduce a film program that addresses issues facing our community. The Portland Watch-and-Learn Film Series is a series of town halls.
“Every year is an honor to watch films shared with the Portland Film Festival presented by Comcast,” said Joe Stevens, the 30-year-old self-described Afro-Indigenous Director of Programming.
Portland Film Festival created an Industry Strike Pass to give two organizations’ union members financial assistance to attend the upcoming Portland Film Festival, October 12-16, in Portland, Oregon.