The Astonished Man Portland Film Premier Tonight | Clinton St Theater

Another great Saturday event in the PDX. If you like more traditional movies over the “adult film” kind (or both), you have a great option to support local work tonight at Clinton St Theater.

Information from Jason Freeman, Writer/Director:
the astonished man, portland, oregon“The Astonished Man” will be premiering Saturday November 22nd at the Clinton Street Theater in Portland, OR.  It starts at 9pm and will cost a measly 3 dollars at the door.  It is a co-production between Polluted Pictures and Dog Hole Pictures.

To keep it simple, it's a film noir about a botched robbery attempt that forces a psychologically unstable participant to look for answers. Trailer here

Shot entirely in Portland, the film stars Jason Sabala, Richard Topping, Judd Eustice, Candi Menchester, Tara Piccolo, Susan Spencer, and Robert Blanche.

November 22nd @ 9pm
The Clinton Street Theater
2522 SE Clinton St., Portland, OR 97202
Events phone – 503.238.8899 or Message: 503.238.5588

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  1. Jack Rubinger November 25, 2008 at 3:49 pm #


    Tom McFadden
    Executive Director
    Oregon Media Production Association (OMPA)
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    Jack Rubinger
    Media Relations
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    Oregon’s Media Production Directory Spins Off New URL –
    December Deadline to List Goods and Services to the Film and Video Industry

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    Established in 1982, the OMPA is a trade association that supports the growth, development and enhancement of Oregon’s film, video and multi-media industry. For more information, visit

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