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Five Minute Form

Directed by Scott Ballard

Portland director Scott Ballard turns his focus to the world of writers as he engages award-winning local and regional authors

Footsteps of My Father

Directed by Paul Allman

Allman’s film documents an act of bravery that might have been forgotten and lost to history had it not been

For Ahkeem

Directed by Jeremy S. Levine, Landon Van Soest

Daje Shelton, a 17-year- old girl from St. Louis, wants to do the right thing. But growing up in a

For Dear Life

Directed by Carmen Pollard

With all the flair of a seasoned theatre producer, terminal cancer patient and director Carmen Pollard’s cousin James Pollard rallies

For Grace

Directed by Kevin Pang, Mark Helenowski

An in-depth look at what it takes to create and manage one of the world’s greatest restaurants—from concrete box to

For the Record

Directed by Marc Greenberg

If a court reporter is doing their job well, they go virtually unnoticed. The goal is to capture the record

Forbidden Voices

Directed by Barbara Miller

Miller’s film features three brave women who—had they not been born in Iran, Cuba, or China—could have led ordinary, peaceful

Foyer

Directed by Ismaïl Bahri

To describe Foyer as composed of a single obstructed shot of a Tunisian government building is technically accurate, but the

Francofonia

Directed by Aleksandr Sokurov

Celebrated for his daring and landmark films—such as Russian Ark (2002,) which was filmed in one sequence in the Russian

Frank’s Song

Directed by David Bee

Sitting on his porch in a bustling SE Portland neighborhood, 95 year-old Frank Wesley plays his well-worn saxophone while recalling

Free Angela and All Political Prisoners

Directed by Shola Lynch

Angela Davis went from an obscure, academic UCLA philosophy professor to the poster girl for domestic terrorism over the course

Freeload

Directed by Daniel T. Skaggs

“Hobos to me, represent an American pastime—a story told through the lyrics of Woody Guthrie and writers from the dust