Klamath Independent Film Festival Best Of Program

  • Directed by Various
  • Oregon, 2015, 90 mins., English

Showcasing films made in Southern Oregon and Northern California, the Klamath Independent Film Festival is presented each year by the Klamath Film Makers Group, a non-profit organization whose mission is to gather local filmmakers, and to nurture and promote a local filmmaking industry in and around the Klamath Basin.  This program includes Ross Williams’ Self Inflicted, “a darkly comic look at a sweet masochist who is looking for love in all the wrong places”—dailygrindouse; Mig Windows’ Not a Bench, grand jury prize winner at the 2015 festival about an introvert meeting an extrovert on a park bench; and Klamath Film Makers Group member Jesse Widener’s Bare the Sun, amongst a parade of other wonderful short films. Klamath Film Makers Group President Robin Smith will be in attendance to introduce the program.

Appears in: Northwest Tracking

Genres: Short

Other Films by Jesse Widener

SHORT CUTS 5: Made in Oregon

Sponsored by Oregon Film, World Foods Portland, and OMPA

Bare the Sun

A man wanders through a scorching desert with only the precious water in his canteen, and a bandanna full of seeds he plants along the way.