KBOO 50th Anniversary

In celebration of its 50th anniversary, KBOO is teaming with the Mississippi Records Music and Film Series to show 3 great movies that have not been seen on the big screen in Portland for long time.

KBOO Community Radio, founded in 1968, broadcasts at 90.7fm in Portland and on the web at kboo.fm. KBOO is an independent, member-supported, non-commercial, volunteer-powered community radio station. KBOO embodies equitable social change, shares knowledge, and fosters creativity by delivering locally rooted and diverse music, culture, news, and opinions, with a commitment to the voices of oppressed and underserved communities. KBOO embraces a creative climate that emphasizes fun, truth, beauty, joy, peace, love, and justice.


Coal Miner's Daughter

Easily one of the best biopics about a musician ever made! This 1980 film chronicles the life of country singer Loretta Lynn. Sissy Spacek brings serious sin...

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Wednesday, September 05

Killer of Sheep

Filmed in Watts in 1975, KILLER OF SHEEP is an incredible document of the dignity and struggles of the people in the area. The movie follows a working man in...

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Wednesday, October 03

Wild in the Streets

A freaked out '60s exploitation movie, WILD IN THE STREETS follows Max Frost and the Troopers - a psychedelic rock band that manage to take over the Uni...

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Wednesday, November 07