Pomo Picks

Top Things to Do This Weekend: Oct. 17–20

Portland's own Dodgr hosts an all-star Roseland show, Smokefall opens at Defunkt, and the 8th annual Portland Film Festival continues!

10/16/2019 By Kiva Hanson, Olivia Wolf, Conner Reed, and Alli Weseman

Fashion in Film

Bow Before Grace Kelly's Nightgowns at the Hollywood Theatre

Hitchcock's Rear Window comes to the Hollywood as a part of Textile Month.

10/04/2019 By Conner Reed

Hoggywood

Nicolas Cage Is Looking for His Pig in Portland

Plus, Netflix’s Trinkets casts its second season.

10/02/2019 By Conner Reed

Casting

A New Movie Starring Carol Burnett Is Looking for Extras in Portland

Sorta Like a Rock Star comes to town next month.

09/26/2019 By Conner Reed

Fashion Event

See the Original Buffy the Vampire Slayer in All its 90s Glory

The Hollywood Theater screens the campy vampire flick with a host of familiar names like Luke Perry, Paul Reubens, and Rutger Hauer.

08/22/2019 By Eden Dawn

Local Booze

Ryan Reynolds Has Yet Another Must-Watch Aviation Gin Commercial for You

Come for the Reynolds's signature deadpan delivery. Stay for the Fyre Fest blowjob guy.

06/06/2019 By Marty Patail

Television

We Talked to Bruce Campbell About Human Pretzels, Soap, and Southern Oregon

The cult actor—and Jackson County resident—hosts the Travel Channel's new reboot of Ripley's Believe It or Not premiering June 9.

06/05/2019 By Michelle DeVona

Signal Boost

This Yearlong Program Provides a Platform for Black Filmmakers in Portland

Open Signal Labs provides everything from cameras and money to local acting talent and mentoring.

05/28/2019 By Emma Mannheimer

Movies

Does Sonic the Hedgehog Really Kill 491 Pacific Northwest Babies?

According to one viral calculation, the trailer for the new Sonic the Hedgehog shows mass murder of hospitalized babies.

05/02/2019 By Marty Patail

Film

Could Wild Wild Country Become a Movie? Priyanka Chopra Says Yes.

The actress and producer told Ellen DeGeneres there's a new film coming, directed by Barry Levinson.

02/05/2019 By Shayla Norris-York

Film

Portland's Sam Elliott Nabs Oscar Nom for A Star Is Born

Before fame and fortune, Elliott graduated from David Douglas High School in 1962.

01/22/2019 By Marty Patail

Film

Travis Knight's Transformers Movie Has 93% on Rotten Tomatoes

Bumblebee, directed by the Laika CEO, apparently doesn't suck.

12/26/2018 By Marty Patail

Light a Fire 2018: Best New Nonprofit

This Portland Nonprofit Transforms Homeless Youth into Filmmakers

At Outside the Frame, street kids take charge of their own stories.

10/17/2018 By Rebecca Jacobson

Light a Fire 2018: Inspiring Creativity

Open Signal Brings Education, Access, and Equity to Media Production

The media arts center is out to amplify voices that often go unheard.

10/17/2018 By Marty Patail

Film

A New Series Dives into Feminist Experimental Film

Through October, the Northwest Film Center showcases work from the 1970s to today.

10/04/2018 By Fiona McCann

Film

A Spanish-Language Dracula Comes to Portland

It was filmed at exactly the same time as the Bela Lugosi classic, with exactly the same sets and props—just in Spanish.

09/11/2018 By Fiona McCann

Film

A New Documentary Tells the Stories Behind the Eagle Creek Fire

This time last year the Gorge was burning. Forest on Fire reflects on the blaze that shocked our state.

09/04/2018 By Marty Patail

Cinematic Sips

Movie Madness Now Has Its Own Beer—and the Liquor License to Serve It

Hollywood Theatre, which helped save the beloved movie store last year, partnered with Ex Novo on a limited-edition pale ale. And you can sip it while browsing Oregon's largest collection of VHS and DVD rentals.

06/26/2018 By Sam Pape

History

52 Years Ago, the Biggest Movie Flop in the West Was Filmed in Oregon

Even with Clint Eastwood and the Wallowa Mountains, Paint Your Wagon was a real cow patty.

06/19/2018 By Doug Kenck-Crispin

Film

In a New Film, a Father and Daughter Go Off the Grid in Forest Park

Debra Granik’s Leave No Trace chases a real-life Portland mystery.

06/19/2018 By Rebecca Jacobson