Inside the high-stakes world of gaffers, molten glass, and glory holes (yes, you read that correctly).
And which local designers should costume them?
Eden Dawn and Conner Reed
“Dealing with epidemics, pandemics, and disease in this kind of way, this really is a component of the human experience at least since we've been ‘civilized.’”
An OSU professor talks understanding the pandemic through science fiction and literature, and about Star Trek’s treatment of a virus outbreak in an ep...
Portland Monthly arts editor Conner Reed talks with Karen Brooks about her appearance on Eater's Guide to the World.
Eater's Guide to the World premieres November 11. It opens with a tour of Portland food from a true expert.
The two join up for a one-night-only conversation to raise funds for Portland Center Stage.
From a Disney Channel original to an ’80s Daryl Hannah slasher, these homegrown horror films will spruce up your October programming.
Applications are now open.
With historic ties to the medium and an uncommonly dedicated talent pool, the Rose City is a claymation juggernaut.
“Hollywood was preparing its, like, 65th installment of James Bond when somebody captured something on a cell phone and it ignited a revolution around the wo...
A handful of titles that did not screen at PIFF in March will be available online and at the Zidell Yards drive-in from October 1–3.
Portland Monthly arts editor Conner Reed talks about how drive-in theaters have reemerged in the age of coronavirus.
Drive-ins are the name of the moviegoing game right now. But can anything replace the shoulder-to-shoulder experience of a sold out screening at the Hollywood?
Bill Plympton, the “King of Indie Animation,” now has 22 of his short films on the streaming service.
Little Joys of Summer
Arts editor Conner Reed has a few suggestions for your backyard film fest.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, drive-ins have elbowed their way back into the spotlight. Here's why.
The content in our queues, from Indian matchmaking documentaries to Nicolas Cage covered in blood.
Portland Monthly Staff
Food on Film
Look out, Robert Pattinson pasta.
Amy Dotson, director of NW Film Center, on the future of filmmaking.