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Essays of a City

Directed by Stuart Eagon

Shot on super 16mm, Eagon’s black and white love letter to cinema and place is constructed of three parts, each

Esthers’ Room

Directed by Jacob Boelman

A child's creativity is packed away as 10-year-old Esther prepares to move.

Eva Hesse

Directed by Marcie Beglieter

One of the few women artists of influence in the 1960’s New York art scene, German-American artist Eva Hesse’s (1936-1970)

Evergreen

Directed by Riley Morton

The passage of I-502—the ballot initiative that legalized recreational marijuana usage in Washington State—attracted national attention. Evergreen follows the successful

Every Three Seconds

Directed by Daniel Karslake

According to UNICEF, every three seconds, someone dies of extreme poverty—usually the victim is a child, and typically the cause

Everybody’s Cage

Directed by Sandra Trostel

When John Cage (1912-1992), one of the most influential composers of New York’s 20th century avant-garde, was asked to summarize

Ex Libris

Directed by Frederick Wiseman

Frederick Wiseman’s 42nd documentary brings his incisive vision to of one of the world’s greatest institutions of learning, capturing the

EXTRA ORDINARY: Short Films & Videos About Everyday Life by Julie Perini

Directed by Julie Perini

Portland-based filmmaker Julie Perini has created two feature-length documentaries examining socio-political subjects and issues in the Northwest. In addition to

F for Fake

Directed by Orson Welles

F for Fake, a pseudo-documentary revolving around the shadowy world of art forgery, sees Welles at his most globe-trotting and

Faces Places

Directed by Agnès Varda, JR

Much as she did with her much-loved classic The Gleaners and I (2000), this whimsical yet profound road trip through

Family Crypt – A Love Letter to My Mother

Directed by Maria Lang

The filmmaker as daughter speaks about herself, her family, and their love, despite invisible walls and barriers.

Fatal Assistance

Directed by Raoul Peck

Award-winning, Haitian-born filmmaker Raoul Peck takes us on a two-year journey inside the challenging, contradictory, and colossal rebuilding efforts in