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.
Catch the Oscars at EastBurn. How about a night of exciting Dungeons & Dragons action to benefit Q Center at Queer Quest. Blueprint Choral Ensemble presents a free presentation of Eliot Ness and the Untouchables. And see floating aerial arts & dance w/ AWOL’s Left of Center.
February 23 @ Clinton Street Theater – We are proud to present the 4th Annual Bow Wow Film Festival! Come join us for this fun event to celebrate our beloved canine companions! This year we have another rousing, fun loving show so please join us for a delightful evening out to celebrate our beloved canine […]
February 22-24 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – At 9:00 p.m. on December 3rd, 1966, Shirley Clarke and a crew of filmmakers set up their equipment in a room at the Hotel Chelsea and began a gruelling twelve hour filming session with their cameras trained on one person: Jason Holliday.
February 16 @ Clinton Street Theater – It’s not the season of love at the Clinton without our annual screening of HEDWIG & THE ANGRY INCH!
February 15-17 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – The haze of a newly independent nation is rarely expressed as Djibril Diop Mambéty does in his first feature. Everything in Touki Bouki is avant garde in this way, hybridizing elements of the emerging African cinema of its day — its semi-documentary style, visual metaphors, and its long […]
The Weekend is back, Portland! Stay warm this weekend at Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show. Grab a ride aboard Portland Spirit for the Winter Light Festival. Dark Star Orchestra performs two nights at Roseland Theater! And there’s still time to make amazing Valentine’s Day plans.
February 8-10 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – Symbiopsychotaxiplasm is visual jazz, created through editing and reconfiguration: finalized as an amalgam of footage from four different sources. The production team of Over The Cliff (the film within the film) directed by William Greaves impersonating himself, a production crew filming them as a behind the scenes-esque pursuit, […]
The Weekend is back, Portland! Super Bowl weekend is here and we’ve got lots of great place to catch the big game. This weekend is your last chance to see Richard III adaptation Teenage Dick & Fertile Ground Festival continues presenting new works through Sunday. Be wowed by the puppetry in Boom Arts Presents Pescador. […]
The Weekend is back, Portland! This weekend’s all about the cats: See hundreds of cats at the International Cat Show. Civic Taproom hosts Barrel Aged Festival, or you can try all the things at First Taste Oregon. 80s Weekend takes Crystal Ballroom back a few decades and Fertile Ground Festival of new works kicks off […]
January 25-27 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – The Blue Hour @ 5th Avenue Cinema | Free Popcorn, Dark Atmospheric Tale of Love & Distress, Free Admission for Portland State University Students
January 28 @ Clinton Street Theater – Adapted from Mark Millar’s hyper-violent comic book of the same name, director Matthew Vaughn’s (Layer Cake) vigilante superhero film tells the tale of an average New York teenager who decides to don a costume and fight crime.
The Weekend is back, Portland! Who’s a good boy!? Find out at this weekend’s Rose City Classic Dog Show. Celebrate the Blazers at Rip City Ale Fest. Samples 10 local cider houses at Wassail Cider Fest. And Monday is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
January 18-20 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – Limelight, one of Charlie Chaplin’s last films, can be considered autobiographical in its nature. The film follows a washed-up stage actor who performs as a clown named Calvero. As times change Calvero is forgotten and his act is seen as obsolete. Around the time of the film’s release […]
January 18 @ Clinton Street Theater – Movies on the darker side of life and death brought to you by Projekt Records. Projekt is a Portland, Oregon-based independent record label that specializes in darkwave, ambient, and shoegaze, started by Sam Rosenthal in 1983. Projekt is also known for releases in the gothic rock, ethereal, dream-pop, […]
January 12 @ Clinton Street Theater – We are living in a plastic age and the solutions may seem glaringly obvious, so why aren’t all 7.6 billion of us already doing things differently? Shocking statistics don’t guarantee effective change. So what’s the alternative? American photographer and filmmaker Chris Jordan believes the focus should be on […]
The Weekend is back, Portland! Kick off 2019 w/ nerd musical USS Improvise the Next Generation or at First Caturday at Laurelhurst Park! Get scared at haunted escape room Malice Manor. And time is running to see Manga Hokusai Manga on display at Portland Japanese Garden through January 13!
January 4 @ Clinton Street Theatre – In addition to the main documentary STANDING ON MY SISTERS’ SHOULDERS, which presents original interviews with many of the Civil Rights movement’s most remarkable women, the night will include a montage video from the March in 2017 and a short educational program after the film.