Get your Portland Film Festival Pass Now

Early bird passes are now on sale for the 2015 Portland Film Festival, September 1-7, named one of the “25 coolest film festivals in the world,” by MovieMaker Magazine.

In 2014, the festival screened more independent films than any other in the state with over 247 visiting filmmakers, cast and crew representing their films to the over 23k attending audience.

This year, the festival will screen over 160 films throughout the city. Portland Mayor Charlie Hales, declared Portland as “the city of film,” during the week-long festival. With support from the Oregon Governor’s Office of Film, Oregon Film, OMPA, IATSE, SAG AFTRA and other local film related organizations, the festival will surely be one not to miss.

Executive Director Josh Leake added “our slate of films and the stories that our Director of Programming, Jason De Parrier-Turner selected are outstanding. I can’t wait to share. And don’t miss any of the 75+ workshops, panels, classes, parties, networking events and special screenings.” This year’s festival brought in over 2500 submissions—almost doubling last year’s submissions.

Click here to purchase a pass to the 2015 Portland Film Festival.

Don’t miss out on Oregon’s biggest film-and-fun extravaganza. Get your passes now before single tickets go on sale!

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Portlanders: Host a filmmaker

Host a filmmaker during the film festivalThe Portland Film Festival is currently seeking homestays for visiting filmmakers for the 2016 Portland Film Festival. Housing is needed from August 29th to September 5th, although individual needs will vary. 

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Creators Spotlight: Meet Alicia J. Rose

Alicia RoseAlicia J. Rose relocated to Portland over 20 years ago. She was a founding booker at the Doug Fir venue and built a robust professional portfolio, ranging from marketing/promotions, to portrait photography, to directing music videos for the likes of Cake and Mastodon. Alongside these experiences, she steadily pieced together plans for her first web series: The Benefits of Gusbandry.

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ON SALE NOW: Early-bird Passes for 2016 Portland Film Festival

Early-bird passes are now on sale for the 2016 Portland Film Festival. The early-bird prices will end soon. The eight-day festival and filmmaker conference will be held this August 29th to September 5th.

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LAST DAY TO VOTE: Best film festival in Portland

Portland publication Willamette Week has selected the Portland Film Festival as a nominee for Best Film Festival in Portland. Voting ends May 30th.

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DEADLINE: Submissions to Portland Film Festival Close Tonight!

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With the amount of filmmakers requesting deadline extensions, we’ve decided to extend our final deadline to May 31st at midnight for inclusion in the 2016 Portland Film Festival.

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Portlanders: Host a filmmaker or two!

Host a filmmaker during the film festivalThe Portland Film Festival is currently seeking homestays for visiting filmmakers for the 2016 Portland Film Festival. Housing is needed from August 27th to September 6th, although individual needs will vary. 

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Portland Film Festival Volunteer Faire & Social

Our annual Volunteer Faire will be held on May 19th at Pro Photo Supply Event Center. Learn more about the film festival and meet the people and volunteers that make our festival one of the best in world according to MovieMaker Magazine.

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Star Wars Screening & Celebration on May 4th

Portland Film Festival is hosting a celebration of Star Wars Day (May the 4th) with a program of new “Star Wars” fan films, costume contest and raffle for “Star Wars” related merchandise from the 90s, followed by a screening of “The Force Awakens.” 

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SUBMIT NOW: May 20th Submission Deadline

Shorts, features, documentaries, narratives, midnight madness, screenplays, transmedia, virtual reality and music videos are just a few categories with a May 20th deadline remaining for inclusion in the 2016 Portland Film Festival. 

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