Steve McQueen, Garrett Bradley, Gus Van Sant, Mollye Asher, and Alex Bulkley to be honored at the 2021 Cinema Unbound Awards presented by the Portland Art Museum & Northwest Film Center The annual Cinema Unbound Awards 2021 honorees were announced today by the Portland Art Museum & Northwest Film Center. This year’s honorees include Steve McQueen, Garrett Bradley, Gus… Read more
We invite you to join us in closing out our series of Portland Book Festival partner programs with the Northwest Film Center & Literary Arts Zoom Happy Hour on Friday, November 20, at 4 p.m. (PST) with award-winning writer Charles Yu (Interior Chinatown) and Director of the Northwest Film Center and Curator of Film and New Media… Read more
A list of resources for local and regional creatives. NWFC Film and New Media Happy Hours COVID-19 Economic Stabilization Resources – Expanded Unemployment Claims Oregon Film: Production and COVID19 RACC’s Emergency Fund for Artists and Creative Workers Prosper Portland – Portland Small Business Relief Fund Prosper Portland – COVID-19 Business Resources Earl Bluemenaur Covid-19 Resource… Read more
Cinema Unbound Award recipient Rose Bond talks about her process and animation techniques.
The Northwest Film Center is pleased to announce a partnership with Potboiler Story, a narrative-focused production company. Potboiler will be creating short videos as part of their deep focus series about Northwest filmmakers who are screening their film or films as part of our Northwest Tracking Series.
Highlights from the 45th Northwest Filmmakers Festival—the Northwest’s premiere showcase of new work by leading regional filmmakers. This touchstone annual event brings artists and audiences together for a community celebration including current northwest film exhibition, and Northwest Filmmakers’ Summit. Annually, Northwest Fest draws more than 400 entries from Alaska, British Columbia, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and… Read more