Anniversary screening of Napoleon Dynamite

Let’s meet to watch this quirky new American classic!! At 5pm we will meet across the street at Pok pok. (Pokpokwing.com). At 630 we will head to the theater. 😀

“Portland! One night only! Come celebrate the 15th Anniversary of “Napoleon Dynamite” with special guest JON HEDER appearing live in conversation following a screening of the classic film! August 23rd at the Aladdin Theater. Tickets on sale now! Meet & Greet options available while they last. This event is BYOT (bring your own tots)”

Promo Code: PDXFILM ($10 Off Select Balcony & Floor Tickets While Supplies Last) – First come, first served. Applicable to any Balcony or Orchestra P2 seat. This makes Balcony seats just $15 for your meetup members and Facebook fans pinSweet

#Gosh #HeckYes #NapoleonDynamite #JonHeder

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EARLY BIRD DEADLINE—Submit Your Film by March 27th

Photo of Portland Film Festival audience

Submit your film to the Portland Film Festival before Midnight PST, Wednesday, March 27th to get the Early Bird submission fee. Prices go up, so don’t miss the cheapest price to submit now!

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2018 Portland Film Festival Recap Video Released

2018 Portland Film Festival Recap Video Released presented by Comcast NBC Universal

The Portland Film Festival presented by Comcast NBC Universal has released a Video Recap of the 2018 Festival. It was held October 22nd to 28th, 2018. With over 18k attendees, volunteers and filmmakers in attendance, the Festival is one of the most attended film festivals in Oregon.

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New Festival Dates & Early-Bird Passes on Sale Now

New Festival Dates for 2019 Portland Film Festival

NEW FESTIVAL DATES, EARLY-BIRD PASSES ON SALE FOR 2019 PORTLAND FILM FESTIVAL

Week-Long Event Showcases Independent Film

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Portland Film Festival Makes Moviemaker Top 50

50 film festivals worth the entry fee: Portland Film Festival

The Portland Film Festival is excited to announce its inclusion in the Moviemaker Magazine list of “50 Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee.” 

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