Empirical Theater at OMSI, Southeast Water Avenue, Portland, OR, United States

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Wednesday
Aug
17
2016
Wednesday, August 17, 2016 at 2am
2am
Join the NAACP Portland Chapter and Oregon Sierra Club, Columbia Network for a special public screening of Time to Choose featuring a keynote address by social justice activist, leader, and NAACP Portland Chapter President Jo Ann Hardesty prior to the film. Time to Choose explores the comprehensive scope of the climate change crisis and examines the power of solutions already available. Narrated by award-winning actor Oscar Isaac and directed by Academy Award®-Winning documentary filmmaker Charles Ferguson, Time to Choose captures the urgency and innovation of this critical moment and leaves audiences understanding not only what is wrong, but what can to be done to fix this global threat.
Thursday
Feb
25
2016
Thursday, February 25, 2016 from 8:30-10:30pm
8:30-10:30pm
The Portland International Film Festival is the Northwest Film Center’s annual showcase of new world cinema. Now in its 39th year, PIFF includes 97 features and 62 short films from three-dozen countries. Like the Film Center’s Northwest Filmmakers’ Festival, which surveys outstanding new work by our region’s media makers,The Portland International Film Festival explores not only the art of film but also the world around us, no matter the place or the language spoken. For full information about the Festival, check out http://festivals.nwfilm.org/piff39/ This screening brings us: 7 LETTERS DIRECTOR: VARIOUS - SINGAPORE Seven of Singapore’s most illustrious filmmakers, including Boo Junfeng, Eric Khoo, K Rajagopal, Jack Neo, Tan Pin Pin, Royston Tan, and Kelvin Tong, have gathered their creative storytelling and filmmaking talents to create a one-of-a-kind anthology that pays tribute to Singapore’s 50 years of independence. The resulting film, 7 Letters, offers thought-provoking pieces that revolve around tales of lost love, identity, familial bonds, traditional folklore, community, and more. The seven “letters” to Singapore are fascinating vignettes reflecting the personal and poignant relationship the directors—all award-winning filmmakers—have with the country they call home. (116 mins.) Sponsored by Scandinavian Heritage Foundation and the New Sweden Cultural Heritage Society.