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  • Directed by Various
  • United States, 2014, 100 mins.

The Film Center partners with The Oregon Media Production Association to present an OMPA edition of our bimonthly Open Screening program. If you have some recent work you would like to share, e-mail thomas@nwfilm.org with “Open Screening” in the subject line. First come, first served, time allowing, with priority for films less than 10 minutes and for work from OMPA members. Open Screenings at the Film Center are free and open to the public—come check out these recent works from our local filmmakers!

Appears in: Northwest Tracking

Genres: Short

Other Films by Various

Fresh Fear

The Northwest Film Center’s Fresh Film Northwest program is excited to announce the first ever Fresh Fear! Fresh Fear takes the very best (and most frightening) films submitted to the Fresh Film Northwest Festival over many years and compiles them together in one hour long program. We have found ten films that we think embody

Indie Visions in Stop-Motion

Portland visual artist and animator Rose Bond, a faculty member at the Pacific Northwest College of Art, has selected this program of innovative short films by independent animators from throughout the world. A mixture of new and vintage, the program includes The Little Baker, Lew Cook (c. 1925, 7 mins.); Murratti Marches, Oskar Fischinger (1934,

Dance @ 30fps

Organized by frequent BodyVox collaborator and Ohio State University Department of Dance professor Mitchell Rose, Dance@30FPS (frames per second) is a vibrant selection of recent works born of the marriage between dancer and filmmaker. The program includes Stronger, Wilkie Branson, England; Alt i Alt, Torbjørn Skårild, Norway; Outside In, Tove Skeidsvoll & Petrus Sjövik, Sweden; Off

Dancing Over Borders

BodyVox co-artistic director Jamey Hampton has curated a collection of recent films that combine fresh emerging voices with seasoned artists speaking with authority. Ranging from absurdly humorous to raw and human, all represent reality altered through the unexpected: a sense of transformation and evolution, a destruction of the inevitable. The program includes Persecuta, The Lombard Twins, Argentina; Ghost

Northwest Music Video Showcase

Kick back and enjoy a swath of music videos by Northwest Filmmakers in a showcase featuring videos by/for: Liz Vaughan – Secret Drum Band – DaDaDa Stephen Slappe – Ilyas Ahmed – Passing Lines Leah R. Brown – No Kind Of Rider – Distinct Martin Melnick – The Domestics – Beauty Contest Scott Ballard –