See the Oregon-made short films playing in the Hollywood Theatre at PDX!
Filmmakers in attendance for post-show Q&A.
The Hollywood Theatre at PDX is a first-of-its-kind free microcinema located in Concourse C of the Portland International Airport. The 17-seat theater 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, so we're hosting a special one-night-only screening of the Fall Program at the Hollywood!
The airport’s Fall Program features spooky animation from BOXTROLLS director Graham Annable, a documentary look at original Timbers mascot “Timber Jim,” a possum’s-eye view of the hazards of road-crossing, and more!
FINDING SANCTUARY, Uncage the Soul
PRINCIPAL SKELETON (four shorts), Graham Annable
THE BOY AND THE MOON, Cindy Sullivan
THE MASTERING OF CRAFT: MEL BROWN, Swanson Studio
INVISIBLE OREGON, Sam Forencich
MISSION IMPOSSUMBLE, Lindsay Scanla
TIMBER JIM, John Rosman/OPB
“CAMELOT,” EYELIDS, directed by Chris Slusarenko, John Clark & John Moen
THE BABY BOOMER, Matthew Moriarty