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Films & Schedules - SHORT CUTS V: MADE IN OREGON

SHORT CUTS V: MADE IN OREGON

Sat, Feb 20, 2016
at 1 PM (Whitsell Auditorium)
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Mon, Feb 22, 2016
at 6 PM (Roseway Theater)
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SHORT CUTS V: MADE IN OREGON

DIRECTOR: Various - SHORT CUTS

Directors in attendance.

Presented by the Oregon Cultural Trust, Amtrak Cascades, The Governor's Office of Film and Television, and the Portland Film Office.

Total running time: 88 mins.



Interests: Shorts.


DUDE IN THE HEADLIGHTS

DUDE IN THE HEADLIGHTS

DIRECTOR: Tim Wade - (Salem)

Animals are humans too, so be careful out on the road. (2 mins.)


HERS IS WHERE YOURS BEGINS

HERS IS WHERE YOURS BEGINS

DIRECTOR: Janet McIntyre - (Portland)

Memory and emotion swell as the director revisits the death of her mother when she was a teenager. (5 mins.)


LE TRAM

LE TRAM

DIRECTOR: El Gato Negro - (Portland)

Jazz-like rhythms and foggy notions as a salesman contemplates his surroundings and existence. (19 mins.)


NUM NUMS

NUM NUMS

DIRECTOR: Sean Farris, Michael Farris - (Silverton)

Ralpete has trouble waking up from a nightmare world filled with "handmade" stop-motion creatures and tasty candles. (5 mins.)


ONE WEEK

ONE WEEK

DIRECTOR: Rollyn Stafford - (Portland)

A young woman devises a plan to free herself from her deceptively pleasant living situation. (5 mins.)


PEACE IN THE VALLEY

PEACE IN THE VALLEY

DIRECTOR: Donal Mosher, Michael Palmieri - (Portland)

In Eureka Springs, Arkansas the vote on LGBT civil rights meets the town's religious tourism boosters. (15 mins.)


SISTA IN THE BROTHERHOOD

SISTA IN THE BROTHERHOOD

DIRECTOR: Dawn Jones Redstone - (Portland)

Laneice's first day at a male-dominated job site is met with harassment and contempt as she fights to prove herself. (20 mins.)


WAKING THE GREEN SOUND: A DANCE FILM FOR TREES

WAKING THE GREEN SOUND: A DANCE FILM FOR TREES

DIRECTOR: Yulia Arakelyan, Erik Ferguson - (Portland)

The performance art troup Wobbly transforms their bodies and spirits as they move through fantastical and dreamlike landscapes. (15 mins.)

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