June 19 @ Pix Patisserie – Each Wednesday at dusk (approximately 8-8:30PM depending on the week) Pix will be showing a classic movie in our outdoor courtyard.
June 12 @ Pix Patisserie – Each Wednesday at dusk (approximately 8-8:30PM depending on the week) Pix will be showing a classic movie in our outdoor courtyard.
The Weekend is back, Portland! Pride events are heating up and you don’t want to miss The Mystery Box @ Alberta Rose or Big Pride Takeover @ Quarterworld. Oregon Zoo is pouring all the goods at Zoo Brew. And Whoopee! returns for a sex positive show at Bossanova Ballroom!
June 5 @ Pix Patisserie – Each Wednesday at dusk (approximately 8-8:30PM depending on the week) Pix will be showing a classic movie in our outdoor courtyard.
June 7-9 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – Hirokazu Koreeda’s directorial debut tells the story of Yumiko, a young mother haunted by the past loss of her grandmother and the recent loss of her husband. Koreeda’s interest in the emotional impact of light is exemplified through Maborosi’s shadowy visuals and Michiko Kitamura’s costume design, created specifically […]
May 31 – June 2 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – For his second adaptation of a Kobo Abe novel, Hiroshi Teshigahara overcomes the tough task of translating the existential, monologue driven writing of The Face of Another to the screen. The story centers on a chemist whose face becomes disfigured as the result of an […]
May 29 @ Pix Patisserie – Each Wednesday at dusk (approximately 8-8:30PM depending on the week) Pix will be showing a classic movie in our outdoor courtyard.
Memorial Day Weekend is here, Portland! Toast the start of summer w/ Cocktails for a Cause, or visit Wine Country without the Drive! Festival Season starts with Multnomah County Fair. And the Rose Festival Fireworks are Friday!
June 8 @ Revolution Hall – The Flop House is a comedy podcast where three friends watch a bad movie and then discuss it. Since 2007, Dan McCoy, Stuart Wellington, and Elliott Kalan have taken on some of the worst in recent film, and, in the process, engaged in some of the funniest nonsense to […]
May 24-26 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – Based on the existentialist novel by Kōbō Abe with the Japanese title 砂の女 (Suna no onna) translated to the English title The Woman in the Dunes. Director Teshigahara reanimates shifting sand as its own dynamic character in a desolate landscape where only arthropods and crustacea crawl.
The Weekend is back, Portland! Cheer on the Blazers in Conference Finals vs Golden State Warriors. Get free cancer screenings at PDX Skincare Festival. ARK Series presents Michael Pollan – How To Change Your Mind on Saturday at Keller Auditorium. Test drive an electric vehicle at Hillsboro Electric Avenue Grand Opening! And Sunday Parkways kicks […]
May 21 @ Clinton Street Theater – The Invincible Czars are a hard-to-classify quintet from Austin, TX. They’re not even always a quintet. Regarded as Austin’s emperors of eclecticism, they make music for thinkers, geeks, nerds and seekers/lovers of all things in the “other” category.
May 17-19 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – Delving into the underground Soviet culture of synthesizers under Lenin’s rule, Elektro Moskva introduces the world to a hidden subculture of electronic instrument enthusiasts as they recount the history and how they engage ontemporaneously.
Mother’s Day Weekend is here, Portland! Treat your mom to Brunch at the Zoo, Moms & Mimosas, or Sparkling Tea @ Pix Patisserie. Or show her the sights w/ Portland Spirit. And be sure to stop by the Camas Plant & Garden Fair for that perfect gift!
May 9-12, 17-18 @ Clinton Street Theater – Peppered with the magical, some distortion, ripped t-shirts, the most beautiful plastic castle, Rebekah Stiles’s innovative choreography, and playwright Laura Christina Dunn’s quirky humor, this play asks, how do we find agency in divisive times even when we have lost both voice and home?
May 10-12 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – An exploration of familial relationships between the filmmakers and their respective parents. Both internet-age documentaries examining life in two distinct and varied ways.
May 3-5 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – The road film is almost ubiquitous with the United States, however, the internal struggle and journey to find oneself is a purely human one. A transformative and uniquely Brazilian affair in the form of social realism. Araby follows wandering laborer, Cristiano’s ten year journey through the southeastern region […]
April 26-28 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – Conceived, written, produced and released during the ongoing Watergate crisis, Network was Chayefsky’s meticulously researched, highly articulate attack on the demoralisation and dehumanisation of American life as exemplified by the crude commercialisation of television news.
April 19 @ Clinton Street Theater – In a futuristic city, a daemonic scientist named Krank kidnaps children to tap into their dreams.
April 19-21 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – Nightmare Alley is a fascinating film noir that was a departure for Tyrone Powers who had mostly played swashbucklers. Here he plays conman Stanton “Stan” Carlisle, a carnival barker working for Mademoiselle Zeena (Joan Blondell) and her drunken husband Pete (Ian Keith). Stan is after a code that […]
The weekend is back, Portland! Find vintage treasures at NW’S LARGEST Garage Sale & Vintage Sale! Miz Kitty is back with her Parlour Vaudeville Show! Plan ahead for summertime with the kids with this Summer Camp Guide.
April 12-14 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – Within the classic typology of United States filmmaking, the road movie, Arnold creates a lively and intimate, though not definitive look at the Midwestern United States. Informed by a 2007 New York Times article, Andrea Arnold sought to represent and give voice to the wandering “mag crew” youth.
The weekend is back, Portland! 80s Video Dance Attack is celebrating 14 Years this weekend and QuarterWorld turns 3! Test Drive the newest Electric Vehicles at Milwaukie Electric Avenue Grand Opening. And grab your favorite Portland brands at The For Sale Sale!
April 5&6 @ Clinton Street Theater – In April of 1978, the Clinton Street Theater began playing the Rocky Horror Picture Show on a weekly basis.AND The Clinton Street Cabaret, Portland’s oldest, and only shadowcast, is going strong celebrating more than 30 years of non-stop Rocky action.
April 5-7 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – After being resurrected for the eighth time, Jason comes across a boat that is hosting a high school graduation. Our final girl Rennie (Jensen Daggett) begins seeing visions of Jason drowning, which means her sea voyage is about to get a lot bloodier.
March 27 @ Clinton Street Theater – THE RELUCTANT RADICAL follows activist Ken Ward as he confronts his fears and puts himself in the direct path of the fossil fuel industry to combat climate change.
The weekend is back, Portland! Everyone’s a little Irish this weekend: There’s the Irish Stroll, Corned Beef & Cabbage, Whiskey, Beer, Music, Shamrock Run, Cruise, Irish Dancers & More!
March 15-17 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – If translated literally from Mandarin to English, the original title Shí Miàn Mái Fú means “ambushed from ten directions”, which perfectly embodies the carefully choreographed martial arts that builds tension and dimension throughout House of Flying Daggers.
Sundays @ Grand Central Restaurant & Bowling Lounge 808 SE Morrison Ct, Portland, OR 97214 – Starting March 10th, get down and funky with us every Sunday from 7pm-close! We will be showing retro movies on the screens and playing hits from the 70’s and 80’s.
The weekend is back, Portland! The Cupcake Girls is celebrating 8 years with a benefit party. Learn How to Really, Really? Really! Love a Woman @ Curious Comedy ANNEX this weekend and next. Club Privata keeps the Mardi Gras Party going. Ian Karmel comes home for two shows at Revolution Hall. And Wolf Play opens […]
March 8-10 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – Cine-Lit is an organization created by the Departments of World Languages and Literatures at Portland State University and Oregon State University in close conjunction with the Portland International Film Festival.
The weekend is back, Portland! Uncover hidden treasures at Antique & Collectible Show at Portland Expo. Celebrate Brazilian Carnaval and Mardi Gras w/ Pyatã & The Rhythm @ The Goodfoot! Experience intimate true stories at Urban Tellers! & the West Coast’s biggest Mardi Gras Celebration, Mardi Gras Ball, is Saturday at Tiffany Center!
March 1-3 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – Based on the novella Nastanirh, Satyajit Ray’s drama film from 1964 poetically captures the story of a woman’s first steps in establishing her independence. Charulata takes place in 19th century pre-independence India where we follow Charu, a creative, isolated wife of a busy journalist named Bhupati.