See the Oregon-made short films playing in the Hollywood Theatre at PDX! Free for members!
In February, the Hollywood Theatre opened a first-of-its-kind free microcinema at Portland International Airport. The state-of-the-art cinema features free short films by Oregon filmmakers - and it's only accessible to ticketed passengers who have passed through security.
But you shouldn't have to buy a plane ticket to see these great Oregon-made films. Join the Hollywood Theatre, HouseSpecial, Blue Chalk Media, and local filmmakers for a special evening showcasing the airport shorts program, as well as a brief presentation about the airport project, a short film about the airport by Blue Chalk Media, and a Q&A with filmmakers. The shorts program includes the world premiere of the new Pink Martini-inspired short from HouseSpecial; a circus-themed story of love gone wrong from animator Chel White; and a hip hop video from Portland rapper Mic Capes.
Passes Accepted: Guest Pass and Member Guest Pass
LAMENTATION, Kirk Kelley of HouseSpecial (5:26)
FINDING OREGON, John Waller & Ben Canales of Uncage the Soul Productions (4:09)
COWBURD, Patrick Neary (3:52)
MAGDA, Chel White (5:34)
THE LOST FISH, Jeremy Monroe / Freshwaters Illustrated (5:00)
COOPED, Mike A. Smith (9:00)
THIS PLACE, Truen Pence (5:45)
MODERN DARK, Josh Lunden (6:04)
NO MORE, Mic Capes; Music Video by Totem Ent (4:08)
PORTLAND: YOU ARE HERE, PSU Students
This project was made possible with the generous support of many partners and funders, including Erskine Group, Barco, Blue Chalk, CEDIA (Custom Electronics Design & Installation Assoc.), HouseSpecial, Iron Triangle, Lewis Audio Video, Oregon Arts Commission, Oregon Cultural Trust, Port of Portland, Triad Speakers, Access Networks, Alchemy of Design,AV Pro Store, Brace and Bit, Calligram Foundation, Crestron, FLIR, JH Frank Construction, Joel Hamberg Painting, KPFF, Middle Atlantic,Milestone AV Technologies, MM Innovations, PAE, Planar/Leyard, Potestio Studio, Real AV, Rejuvenation, Security Signs, Sherwin-Williams Paint, Stewart Filmscreen, the Fred W. Fields Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation, Travel Oregon, Wire World, and ZGF Architects.