Made in Oregon
From the vaults of the Oregon Historical Society comes an evening of 16mm films produced by local area businesses. Primarily from the 1960s through the early 1980s, these films were created as public service announcements, training films and as plain old goofy advertisements. Learn why it might make sense to open an Organ Grinder franchise, how Son of Hibachi makes the party or why Homer Groening thinks we can make the world a better place. Some of the local institutions that will grace the big screen with their weirdness include: The Organ Grinder, The Oregon Zoo, Tektronix, Jantzen Swimwear, Blitz Beer and more.
Running time approximately 70 minutes.
All films will be shown on 16mm film.