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Home Movies: Films from Oregon

Under ordinary circumstances, the Hollywood and Movie Madness Miniplex regularly host screenings from local filmmakers, showcasing the diversity and breadth of filmmaking talent in the region. While we're currently closed due to Covid-19, we still want to keep a spotlight on local filmmakers: On this page we're proud to feature a selection of short and feature-length films made in Oregon and presented by our local partners.


In 1942, Japanese pilot Nobuo Fujita catapulted his seaplane off of a submarine, flew over the Oregon coast, and became the only pilot to bomb the U.S. mainland during WWII. He never dreamed he would one day be invited back to the region, where he would begin a lifelong friendship with the people of a small Oregon town. This online screening of SAMURAI IN THE OREGON SKY is co-presented by the Hollywood Theatre and the Oregon Historical Society. The film was produced with the support of the Hollywood Theatre's fiscal sponsorship program.


lost boys portlandia

Portland’s homeless youth debate the return to mainstream society after watching Peter Pan. They make their own film version exploring how, if and why they should go back to the world that threw them away. Presented in partnership with Outside the Frame.



Each month, Oregon Media Lab brings you a collection of stories from Oregon filmmakers. A portion of each ticket sold will go directly to the filmmakers. The August 2020 lineup features films from women and non-binary directors.

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