Since we can't get together for movies, the Hollywood is here to recommend some of our favorites you can catch at home.
Director Ana Lily Amirpour gives us some fun facts about her debut feature, an Iranian skateboarding vampire love story!
Every year, we host a Stephen King Double Feature in honor of the prolific author's birthday. This year, the picks are stay-at-home specific!
Movie Madness University Instructor Kia Anne Geraths can see into your future...she knows just what you'll be watching next-a documentary about one of the world's most beloved psychics, Walter Mercado!
Queer Horror programmer Anthony Hudson recommends a bloody, gruesome, sensual take on the Hannibal Lecter mythos!
Our Stage Meets Screen partners Artists Repertory Theatre may not be producing live events right now, but they've got some plans for 2021. ART's Kisha Jarrett gives us a peek into their plans with her recommendation of a 1980's machismo (emphasis on cheese) Sly Stallone feature!
Eden Dawn from Fashion in Film recommends this hilarious totally 90's comedy, starring hilarious heavy hitters like Whoopi Goldberg, Kevin Kline, Carrie Fisher, and Garry Marshall. Plus, all the 90's fashion you can handle!
We are honored to bring you this recommendation from master filmmaker Guillermo del Toro, here to speak about one of his own films, a dark fairytale that is very close to his heart.
Movie Madness staff member Joel curates a New Waves series for the Movie Madness Miniplex and recommends a touching look at the little moments in life from visonary director Krzysztof Kieslowski.
Membership Manager Destynee Norwood (and intern Biscuit) host our latest Hollywood at Home, and they recommend a film written by, directed by, and starring the incomparable Elaine May!
Mondo Trasho programmer Anthony Hudson recommends a 1986 horror film that illustrates the dangers of going outdoors! Prepare to be blown away!
Kia Anne Gareths is an instructor at Movie Madness University, our film education program. She's got a documentary for you that is part "behind-the-scenes, making-a-movie" and part true crime!
Our Isn't She Great series showcases women in comedy throughout the decades. Programmers Anthony Hudson and Elizabeth Teets are here to recommend a turn-of-the-millenium culture clash comedy, written by and starring Nia Vardalos!
Our latest Signature Series, Comedy 101, was scheduled to debut in April. Instead, here is Comedy 101 programmer Sarah Mulligan Williams to recommend one of her top comedies!
PHOENIX, OREGON was slated to release in theaters on March 20 of this year. Sadly, this wasn't meant to be, but thanks to the filmmakers and our friends at Oregon Film, we are able to bring this OregonMade film to our audiences at home!
A portion of the ticket revenue will go to support the Hollywood's mission to support local filmmakers and provide innovative film programming to our audiences.
Right before the end of the month, we're squeezing in a Feminist March pick from programmer Alison Hallett. In addition to programming the Feminist March films each year, Alison is also the Hollywood's Director of Education and Community Engagement. Her video does have a special guest, but he doesn't have much to say about the film just yet.
Foreign Affairs programmer Ted Hurliman is here with a foundational French film recommendation.
Maria Osterroth from the PDX Latin American Film Festival has a hang-out film following a group of teenagers who talk trash as well as they dance in the streets of Monterrey, Mexico.
We lost comedy legend Fred Willard recently, and Comedy 101 curator Sarah Williams has the perfect recommendation that captures one of Willard's not-only scene-stealing, but entire movie-stealing performances.
Hollywood Theatre board member (and Ollin: Social Justice series advisor) Joaquin Lopez recommends an indie film about mentorship, love, and punching!
Ted Hurliman is the programmer of our Foreign Affairs series, and is here with a heartfelt Fellini classic for our latest Hollywood at Home installment.
Cinema Classics programmer Ted Hurliman is here to recommend a song-and-dance extravaganza from the Golden Age of Hollywood, starring Judy Garland and Gene Kelly!
Rerun Theater is here to answer the age-old question: what IS the second-most popular made-for-tv horror movie from the 1970's?
Head Programmer Dan Halsted also watches television? Who knew?
Community programmer Anthony Hudson recommends a film you can stream at home since we can't be at the theater for Anthony's Mondo Trasho series, a dumpster dive into the gems of trash cinema. Pay close attention to the opening credits for a glimpse of Mondo Trasho patron saint, Denise Richards!
Head programmer Dan Halsted and special guest, director Brian Trenchard-Smith, introduce our first "Hollywood at Home" recommendation, DEAD END DRIVE-IN! Since we can't get together for movies, the Hollywood is here to recommend some of our favorites that you can catch at home.