Ariana Jacob has initiated a new poster campaign and seeks your participation. The project poses open ended questions displayed as posters in public windows. The first installment asks: How much is the fate of this place all ours? Respond by ...Read More


This Saturday, August 22, Loren Sonnenberg will be at the Waypost in Portland to screen URFest, a 97-minute program of activist-inspired documentaries from Buffalo, NY. The films highlight Buffalo's urban issues such as sustainable housing, community building projects, cooperative ownership ...Read More


Bill Brown is one of my all-time fave filmmakers. I first met him when I set up a screening of his work @ the WOW Hall in Eugene, with Casiotone for the Painfully Alone and S.M. Gray. I can't remember ...Read More


Last night at the First Thursday art walk, the Scion car company, a division of Toyota, hosted "Installation 5," a traveling art show at three galleries in the Everett Station Lofts. The company has rented out three galleries for the ...Read More


Glad to be back in Portland after three weeks of biking around and showing films in 100 degree weather. Tour was fun but exhausting. Be sure to check out the site blog, which we'll be updating with some reflections and ...Read More