Outdoor Movie Nights at the Peddlar Brewing Company in Seattle

Image by MasterTux from Pixabay Come to the beer garden at the Peddlar Brewing Company in Seattle for Outdoor Movie Nights in July and August. These free movies are on Thursdays and start at 8:30 p.m. Here's the full schedule: July 22, The SandlotJuly 29, Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost ArkAugust 5, Mean GirlsAugust … Continue reading Outdoor Movie Nights at the Peddlar Brewing Company in Seattle

Drive-in films return to the Zidell Yards this spring and summer, along with live music

Image by Markus Distelrath from Pixabay The 2021 drive-in film series starts at The Lot at Zidell Yards in Portland on Friday, May 28. The season kicks off with E.T.: The Terrestrial. Live concerts and films will be interspersed throughout the summer, until Tuesday, August 3. Tickets are sold online only. See the full schedule … Continue reading Drive-in films return to the Zidell Yards this spring and summer, along with live music

2021 Maine International Film Festival a hybrid celebration July 9-18

Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay This year's Maine International Film Festival will be a mix of in-person, drive-in, and online events from Friday, July 9, through Sunday, July 18. Festival passes and packages are now on sale. The passes range from $95 to $150, with the higher-priced pass allowing access to all in-person, drive-in, … Continue reading 2021 Maine International Film Festival a hybrid celebration July 9-18

Vinfen Moving Images Film Festival goes virtual February 20

Image by annca, courtesy Pixabay For 14 years, Vinfen has sponsored the Moving Images Film Festival "to raise awareness, foster dialogue, and fight prejudices and discrimination often faced by people with mental illness, intellectual and developmental disabilities, brain injuries, and behavioral health challenges," according to the festival's webpage. Usually the festival is held in person … Continue reading Vinfen Moving Images Film Festival goes virtual February 20

See Africa through Africans’ eyes at the Cascade Festival

What's Africa really like? Take a look through Africans' views through a series of films at the 31st annual Cascade Festival, hosted by Portland Community College. The festival starts Friday, February 5, and ends Wednesday, March 10. The films show the Africa's successes, failures, and possibilities. "Although the films cannot represent an entire continent, we … Continue reading See Africa through Africans’ eyes at the Cascade Festival