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Torrey Pines Makes a Great Road Trip Companion

Torrey Pines Makes a Great Road Trip Companion

Remember the nineties by getting to know Clyde Peterson. Portland’s screening of Torrey Pines will be special for you if you choose to go. And why not? It’s a Monday night! Presented [Read On…]
How To Capture a Hemisphere

How To Capture a Hemisphere

World Wide Wall tells the story of the Portland Mercado Mural. In the fall of 2014, two artists were chosen by Hacienda CDC to collaborate and represent Southeast Portland’s brand new mercado as a haven for [Read On…]
Meet The Moken

Meet The Moken

A documentary about the Moken people is a tale of love found at sea. Sailing A Sinking Sea begins with the tale of a princess living on the islands of the Andaman [Read On…]
What Sahrawi Sounds and Looks Like

What Sahrawi Sounds and Looks Like

The first of two documentaries presented by Sublime Frequencies on Sunday night at the Hollywood Theatre was Palace of the Winds, Hisham Mayet’s field recordings of the people, landscapes and music of [Read On…]
The Instruction of Evil

The Instruction of Evil

Hannah Arendt and the cold behavior of ideology. Today opens the Portland Jewish Film Festival, presented by Northwest Film Center. Over the next two weeks, 15 films will screen from directors across [Read On…]
NW Animation Fest: Just the right amount of weird

NW Animation Fest: Just the right amount of weird

With multiple entry points, the annual festival brings something for everyone. In many ways, the animated short is a thankless medium. With few mainstream distribution channels, the joys of this usually bizarre [Read On…]
A Tourist’s Point of View

A Tourist’s Point of View

The visual diaries of Wim Wenders concludes “Portraits Along the Road.” Concluding Northwest Film Center’s Wim Wenders retrospective are some of the German director’s far lesser-known works, many of which are documentaries. I [Read On…]
Now Begins a Long Time of Loneliness

Now Begins a Long Time of Loneliness

“The Left-Handed Woman” is an unlonely story of being alone. In a scene from the opening ten minutes of Peter Handke’s “The Left-Handed Woman,” Marianne picks up her husband, Bruno at the [Read On…]