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#OregonMade Film Series

To put it simply, there have been a lot of great movies made in Oregon. Going back more than 100 years to THE FISHERMAN'S BRIDE in Astoria, through Buster Keaton’s THE GENERAL in Cottage Grove; then moving into the westerns that took advantage of the diverse locations of Central Oregon and Mt. Hood - TRUE GRIT, THE WAY WEST, and BEND OF THE RIVER - followed by musicals like PAINT YOUR WAGON and classic indies like ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST, DRUGSTORE COWBOY, and SOMETIMES A GREAT NOTION, and finally, the more commercial successes like STAND BY ME, POINT BREAK, TWILIGHT, and of course, THE GOONIES. To help Oregon Film celebrate its 50th anniversary, this series will call on just a few examples of this rich history to be enjoyed (again) by us all.


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Stand by Me

Continuing the celebration of its 50th Anniversary Year, Oregon Film goes this time to Brownsville, which plays the mythic town of Castle Rock in Rob Reiner’...

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Monday, May 07
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