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Fri, Nov 7, 2014
at 9 PM (Northwest Film Center School of Film)

THE 41ST NORTHWEST FILMMAKERS’ FESTIVAL OPENING NIGHT PARTY

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Friday, November 7, 9 p.m.
Northwest Film Center School of Film
934 SW Salmon St.

We are throwing open the doors of the Film Center’s School of Film and taking over the classrooms and halls for a celebration of Northwest Filmmakers that will launch this ten day feast for the curious. Grab a drink at the cash bar and dig into conversation with the many filmmakers around you.

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Mon, Nov 10, 2014
at 6 PM (Miller Gallery, Mark Building, Portland Art Museum)

LET'S TALK TRASH

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Monday, November 10, 6 p.m. Reception, 7pm Screening
Portland Art Museum's Marion L. Miller Gallery
1119 SW Park Avenue

Metro's Let's Talk Trash events are designed to engage the public in discussions about how the greater Portland region can best manage its garbage in the future. As part of its Let's Talk Trash series, Metro challenged local filmmakers to creat short films (10 minutes or less) about garbage: Where does garbage go once it leaves the curb? Where should it go? What happens to garbage? How can or could technology affect garbage? What does garbage do for us? Or...

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Fri, Nov 14, 2014
at 5 PM (Portland Art Museum)

MUSEUM $5 FRIDAYS

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Friday, November 14, after 5 p.m.

Each Friday after 5 pm, enjoy $5 admission to the Portland Art Museum (The Northwest Film Center’s sister organization). Tonight, the Festival will be screening LUCINDA PARKER: WATER AND CLOUDS at 5 pm and 6 pm with a Q&A with director Michael Annus between shows.

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Sat, Nov 8, 2014
at 10 AM (Miller Gallery, Mark Building, Portland Art Museum)

NORTHWEST FILMMAKERS’ UN-CONFERENCE

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Saturday, November 8, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Miller Gallery, Mark Building, Portland Art Museum
1119 SW Park Ave.


The Northwest Filmmakers’ Un-Conference is a Barcamp-style event organized by filmmakers/participants for filmmakers/participants. The process begins before the Festival, when participants come together online to introduce themselves, suggest topics, and explore discussion ideas. Past sessions have included conversations on self-distribution, archiving work, navigating festivals, building social communities, and more. This is an event where novice filmmakers might meet their next crew and accomplished filmmakers might meet their inspiration. The Northwest has a wealth of filmmaking resources—none as invaluable as the filmmakers...

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Sun, Nov 9, 2014
at 2 PM (Northwest Film Center School of Film)
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WORKSHOP: DEVELOPING THE DOC-MAKER’S EAR FOR STORY

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Irene Taylor Brodsky
Sunday, November 9, 2-4 p.m.
Northwest Film Center School of Film
934 SW Salmon St.

Tuition: $15 Interesting people, compelling social issues, and heroic tales can all tug on our filmmaking hearts crying out to be THE story that wins over our blood, sweat, and tears for the next weeks, months, and even years. of all the possible stories that intrigue and inspire, how do you know which ones have the potential to blossom into artistic and critical success? Is there a sorting process separating the good ones from the less good ones? In...

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Sat, Nov 15, 2014
at 10 AM (Northwest Film Center School of Film)
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WORKSHOP: INSIDE THE WORLD OF FILM COMPOSING

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Mark Orton
Saturday, November 15, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Northwest Film Center School of Film
934 SW Salmon St.

Tuition: $45

This workshop delves into the business of writing original music for film and focuses on how the film director can best communicate with a composer. Starting with an overview of the instructor’s film palette and style, it will discuss such topics as: the types of film scores (original, licensed, public domain, live captured, sound design); film music budgeting; what happens before a composer is hired (the temp score, the cue sheet, demos, typical contracts, and budgets); how to...

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