Directed by Margaret Munzer Loeb and Eden Wurmfeld, Chasing Childhood explores the rapidly changing landscape of contemporary childhood and parenting.
Portland Film Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: Portland Film Festival
WHERE: Portland, OR, USA
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
Portland Film Festival in Portland, Oregon is dedicated to nurturing filmmakers and their audiences. We celebrate storytelling. The festival focuses on people, ideas, technology, skills and artistry behind filmmaking and provides both entertaining and educational opportunities to the public.
Portland Film Festival is Portland Oregon’s largest film festival by filmmakers for filmmakers. It was named “one of the coolest film festivals in the world,” by MovieMaker Magazine in 2014. It has won the distinction of being named one of the “50 films festivals worth the entry fee, also by MovieMaker Magazine for several years including 2020.
The 44th Portland International Film Festival taking place March 5 – 14, 2021, announced the first wave of films and special events.
“The Fever” and “This is Not a Burial, It’s a Resurrection” are the winners of the 43rd Portland International Film Festival’s Future/future competition.
Princess of the Row was named Best Narrative Feature and Fire on the Hill took home Best Documentary Feature at the 8th Annual Portland Film Festival.
The 8th Portland Film Festival, will screen more than 100 independent films, and open with “Standing Up, Falling Down,” starring Grace Gummer, Ben Schwartz, Eloise Mumford, and Billy Crystal.
The Portland International Film Festival (PIFF 41) has revealed the lineup for this year’s 41st edition of the Festival, which begins on Thursday, February 15th and runs through Thursday, March 1st. The Opening Night selection is the new comedy The Death of Stalin from writer/director Armando Iannucci