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Citizen Blue: The Life and Art of Cinema Master James Blue

Directed by Dan Miller

University of Oregon professor Dan Miller’s new film explores the legacy of Oscar-nominated documentary filmmaker, educator, and historian James Blue.

Sat, Oct 26

City Limits: The Problems and Virtues of City Life

Directed by Laurence Hyde, Hilary Harris, Kent Mackenzie

This program digs into the archive to offer past examples of the question of what makes a city. Each film

Cocksucker Blues

Directed by Robert Frank, Danny Seymour

In 1972, famed photographer (The Americans) and filmmaker Robert Frank followed the Rolling Stones on their first North American tour

Code Black

Directed by Ryan McGarry

“C-Booth,” the trauma bay at the LA County Hospital, was the first, the toughest, and the best training ground for

Concerto: A Beethoven Journey

Directed by Phil Grabsky

Over the course of four years, director Phil Grabsky followed celebrated Norwegian concert pianist Leif Ove Andsnes’ attempt to understand

Constructed Situations

Directed by Michael T. Workman

An imaginatively crafted portrait of a locally active performance artist’s singular creative life.

Constructing Albert

Directed by Laura Collado, Jim Loomis

At the helm of Catalonia, Spain’s elBulli, voted the world’s best restaurant a record five times, Ferran Adrià became one

Contemporary Color

Directed by Bill Ross, Turner Ross

Only David Byrne could mastermind this surprising fusion of pop music and swirling pop ceremony. Byrne is joined on stage

Thu, Oct 17

Convergence and Cacophony: Experimental Documents from Dustin Zemel

Directed by Dustin Zemel

Combining multiple layers of visuals and audio, filmmaker, artist, and PhD recipient Dustin Zemel pushes the boundaries on stable environments

Conversations in Vermont

Directed by Robert Frank

Frank’s first autobiographical film explores his relationship with his children Pablo and Andrea. He follows them to school in Vermont

Cool Cats

Directed by Janus Køster-Rasmussen

In the 1960s, many American jazz greats traveled--and often permanently relocated--to Europe. Seeking to escape from systemic American police violence,

Coping with Grief

Directed by Mackie Mallison

A young woman copes with the loss of her mother by finding community in Portland.  From filmmaker Mackie Mallison: This film