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Chuck Israels: Rhythm and Romance

Directed by Elijah Hasan

Portland filmmaker Elijah Hasan’s portrait of acclaimed jazz bassist Israels from his days playing with Bill Evans to current collaboration

Dryland

Directed by Sue Arbuthnot

Josh Knodel and his best friend Matt Miller helm JAWS, a tricked-out, welded up, baby blue farm combine-in-retirement in the

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A Love Story

Directed by Brandy Svendson

This moving story of loss in the early days of the AIDS epidemic celebrates the timelessness and universal qualities of

The Roper

Directed by Anna Sandilands, Ewan McNicol

The true short story of Kendrick, a young calf roper in Lafayette, Louisiana, who dreams of one day making it

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.

Thin Ice: A Polar Bear’s Plight

Directed by Dave Killen, the Oregonian/OregonLive

Be prepared to fall in love with Nora the polar bear. The 2-year-old bear has overcome incredible odds. Abandoned by

Special Olympics Montana Bitterroot Winter Games

Directed by Lucas Laparra, Reuben DeMeyer, Josephine Lange

A community rallies behind an inspiring group of athletes. From filmmakers Lucas Laparra, Reuben DeMayer, and Josephine Lange: The Special Olympics

Long Strange Trip: The Untold Story of the Grateful Dead

Directed by Amir Bar-Lev

Whether you are a dedicated Deadhead or not, Bar-Lev’s absorbing, inspiring film offers rewards for any student of rock music,

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Eating Animals

Directed by Christopher Dillon Quinn

America’s desire for cheaper, more convenient food fueled the demise of traditional agriculture and the birth of the grim reality

Yallah! Underground

Directed by Farid Eslam

Through exuberant performances and heartfelt interviews, Farid Eslam goes deep into the world of alternative Arab music before and during

That Way Madness Lies

Directed by Sandra Luckow

Sandra Luckow’s very personal documentary chronicles her 46-year-old brother's rare late-onset paranoid schizophrenia told, in-part, from his point-of-view with a