Friday March 9th 

Opening Exhibition: Abstract Perceptions - Celebrating Portland's video artists & music video directors

7:00 PM to 10:00 PM | NW DOCUMENTARY — 6 NE Tillamook St, Portland, OR 97212

 
 

 

Saturday March 10th

WORKSHOP: CROWDFUNDING AND SOCIAL MEDIA

11:00 AM | NW DOCUMENTARY — 6 NE Tillamook St, Portland, OR 97212

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HOLLYWOOD THEATRE SCREENINGS: 4122 NE SANDY BLVD, PORTLAND, OR 97212

4:30 pm - Screening Unveiled 

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7:00 pm - Screening Harlan County, U.S.A.

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8:30 pm - Conversation with Barbara Kopple

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9:15 pm - Screening Miss Sharon Jones

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Sunday March 11th

WORKSHOP: THE ART OF THE PITCH

10:00 AM | NW DOCUMENTARY — 6 NE Tillamook St, Portland, OR 97212

 

 

SHORTS PROGRAM I
1:00 PM | BILLY WEBB ELK LODGE — 6 N Tillamook St, Portland, OR 97227

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SHORTS PROGRAM II
3:00 PM | BILLY WEBB ELK LODGE — 6 N Tillamook St, Portland, OR 97227

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OUR VENUES

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HOLLYWOOD THEATRE

4122 NE Sandy Blvd
Portland, OR 97212

The Hollywood Theatre is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to entertain, inspire, educate and connect the community through the art of film, while preserving a historic Portland landmark.

 

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NW DOCUMENTARY

6 NE Tillamook
Portland, OR 97212

NW Documentary’s mission is to practice, teach, and share the art of non-fiction storytelling. They offer filmmaking workshops to the public for both youth and adults, create original works and short films for other non-profits, and create a community space for storytellers to support each other’s work. With the core belief that “everyone has a story and everyone is a storyteller,” NW Documentary makes digital tools accessible so youth, adults, and community organizations can tell their stories. Their programs are affordable so anyone has access to create a meaningful film. Since 2003, we have trained over 1,300 adults and 265 children, resulting in 450 films.

 

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BILLY WEBB ELKS LODGE
6 N Tillamook St,
Portland, OR 97227

Built in the early 1900’s, the historic Elks Lodge has served as a YWCA, then a club for African American soldiers and their families where Black musicians could showcase their music; and a safe haven for those fleeing the Vanport floods in the 1940s. Over the years the lodge has been used for wedding receptions, special events and large gatherings.