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The Invisible Front

Directed by Jonas Ohman, Vincas Sruoginis

The Invisible Front was the code name used by the Soviet Union’s Interior Forces for the armed resistance in Lithuania,

A Year in Champagne

Directed by David Kennard

Only sparkling wine produced within the boundaries of the Champagne region is truly “Champagne.” Wine importer Martine Saunier leads us

Walesa: Man of Hope

Directed by Andrzej Wajda

This remarkable historical epic, tracing Lech Walesa’s rise from simple shipyard electrician to leader of Poland’s Solidarity movement and Polish

Constructed Situations

Directed by Michael T. Workman

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

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Rougarouing

Directed by Michael Palmieri, Donal Mosher

Eunice, Louisiana, surely a colorful community (here shot in splendid black and white), has a raucous rural Mardi Gras celebration.

Nemo

Directed by Adrienne Leverette, Rob Tyler

Fred Nemo tells his story, from the riches of his youth to the years he has spent as dancer for

Women in Film Portland: Member & Open Screening

Join us for a special evening of films made by women filmmakers hosted by Women in Film Portland. Women in

In Pursuit of Silence

Directed by Patrick Shen

Few documentaries (or feature narratives, for that matter), are as meditative and deeply engrossing as In Pursuit of Silence, Shen’s

I’m More than Just a Color

Directed by Isabella Myers

The experiences, difficulties, and positive aspects of growing up black. From filmmaker Isabella Myers: I was inspired to bring light to

Itzhak

Directed by Alison Chernick

Israeli conductor and musician Itzhak Perlman, widely considered to be the greatest living violinist, takes us on a journey through

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

The China Hustle

Directed by Jed Rothstein

Executive produced by Alex Gibney and Mark Cuban, Rothstein’s investigative film explores the need for transparency in an increasingly deregulated