The Weekend is here, Portland! Grab some huge savings on fine knives & tools at KAI USA Warehouse Sale. America’s Largest Christmas Bazaar continues this weekend. Try some wine at Hip Chicks Do Wine’s Holiday Market and try some locally made food & drink at Eat Oregon Now Marketplace. And Patrick Lamb brings Charlie Brown […]
December 6-8 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – In these four short film essays, Bill Brown considers the North American landscape as a text to be deciphered and the road trip as an extension of the act of filmmaking — or is it the other way around?
The Holiday Weekend is here, Portland! Now’s a good time to get your holiday shopping done: The Beaverton Night Market Starts and America’s Largest Christmas Bazaar is this weekend! Enjoy Wine Country Without the Drive, or get in some goat pets at Abbey Road Farm wine weekend!
November 29-December 1 – Steven Shainberg’s film Secretary is everything that Fifty Shades of Grey tried to emulate.
The Weekend is back, Portland! Try Portland’s best chefs at PDX Roots. More chances to get some holiday shopping done early include From These Hands – IRCO November Bazaar & Stumptown Flea Market. Oregon Symphony Present Sibelius’ The Tempest and Drag Queen Brunch Returns to Bit House Saloon!
November 22-24 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – This breakout film by Mexican director Alfonso Cuarón is part road movie, part comedy, part tragedy, all set against the magical-realist backdrop of modern Mexico as it was at the dawn of the 21st century.
November 15-17 @ 5th Avenue Cinema -The film represents many of the themes that Ozu spent his life trying to capture on celluloid: loneliness, family, and marriage.
The Weekend is back, Portland! Veterans Day Weekend is here; celebrate the heroes with brunch at The Eastburn or theHidden Heroes Photography Exhibition. White Bird Uncaged Presents Reggie Wilson POWER this weekend, and The Portland Book Festivalis in downtown Portland on Saturday. And dream big at the RV Show at Portland Expo Center.
November 8-10 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – A portrait of the citizenry of Japan throughout the Pacific War, Grave of the Fireflies generates a remembrance and visceral understanding of the impact on the Japanese themselves
The Weekend is back, Portland! Rose City Rollers are back on the track with Break Neck Betties benefit bout. Get your hands on something shiny at 44th Gemstone and Jewelry Auction. Hear a live score to the Nitemare B4 Xmas. And get Spooked at Portland’s Only Haunted Escape Room @ Escapism!
November 1-3 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – The late 20th Century was a time of fierce competition between The United States and its capitalist allies, and The USSR and its Eastern European satellites.
The Weekend is back, Portland! The city’s famous Erotic Ball returns to Crystal Ballroom on Saturday. Get your pumpkin and pick up a scare at Bella Organic’s Pumpkin Patch and Corn Mazes. Pair candy with your wine at Hip Chicks Do Wine. Find spooky deals at America’s Largest Antique & Collectible Show. And see the […]
October 25-27 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – Possibly one of the most visceral and disturbing film examples of the surrealism of adulthood, Eraserhead explores themes of income hardship and the stress of parenthood. Initially a student project which lasted five years, David Lynch’s debut film claimed a spot on the silver-screen in 1977 as a […]
October 18-20 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – Guadi was known as the creator of Catalan Modernism and for the world renowned and unfinished Sagrada Familia – currently a 137 year long architectural undertaking, beginning in 1882.
October 11-13 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – In contrast to its eye-popping Technicolor, Leave Her to Heaven’s plot is just as dark as any other film noir.
The Weekend is back, Portland! Get in some laughs with Tree Huggers Comedy. Bella Organic’s Haunted Corn Maze Opens Friday! Learn more about plant-based eating at VegFest. And apple season is here!
November 7 @ Aladdin Theater – For nearly a decade, We Hate Movies has been ripping on the worst movies to hit the big screen, including white-guy-karate pictures, modern-day superhero epics, or misbegotten 90s thrillers.
October 4-6 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – The eponymous film in which the highly sought after, consistently retro’d, Air Jordan 11 “Space Jam” (shiny patent leather anyone?) offers a strong distraction from the panic that daily life currently creates. A star-studded cast of Looney Tunes pokes fun at and highlights the absurdity of NBA and […]
The Weekend is back, Portland! Dive into Fall w/ Oktoberfest Beer Belly dinner Thursday at EastBurn Public House. Suit up on Sunday for How I Met Your Mother trivia! Halloweentown opens and Randy Rainbow is in town! And Portland Comedy Festival starts Tuesday!
September 27-30, October 103 @ Clinton Street Theater – Zeroville is based on the novel by Steve Erickson, written by Paul Felton and Ian Olds, and produced by James Franco, and Vince Jolivette, and Michael Mendelsohn.
September 18 @ Clinton Street Theater – Two miles into the earth, nine Appalachian miners struggle to survive after a methane explosion leaves them with one hour of oxygen.
The Weekend is back, Portland! Get a head start on your next adventure at the RV & Van Show. Artists Repertory Theatre kicks off their ART on Tour Season w/ 1984. Hear adults breathe life into their childhood memories w/ Mortified Portland. And get a taste of Portland’s wonderful food scene w/ Feast Portland.
September 14-15 @ Clinton Street Theater – After all the adults are wiped out from a mysterious disease, the surviving kids split into two groups: the have-not Eastsiders and the tyrannical Westside Titans. When one of their own is captured by the Titans, it’s up to punk rockers and best friends Nat and Scratch to […]
The Weekend is back, Portland! Have to visited the Alien Zoo yet? You have less than a month left to join the hunt for Bigfoot w/ Portland Spirit! Revisit 1984 w/ Artists Repertory Theatre. Killer Queen honors John Waters on Friday, and Turbulence Returns!
September 6-8 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – Set in the year 1630, Harakiri begins with rōnin (masterless samurai) Hanshiro Tsugumo making an unusual request of a local lord of the Iyi clan: to use the lord’s grounds to commit harakiri- ritual suicide. Director Masaki Kobayashi challenges the feudal customs of Japan’s past in a gripping […]
September 4 @ 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.
Labor Day Weekend is back, Portland! Savor the dog days of summer at Tour de Lab Pub tour. The swifts are making their yearly stop in Portland. Check out Reuse design build competition Dropbox Derby! And you have one more weekend to see the lovely flowers at the Swan Island Dahlia Festival.
August 31 @ Clinton Street Theater – Join us for an end-of-the-summer night of creepy, gore and more.
August 30-September 1 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – In nine chapters, Afro-French revolutionary Frantz Fanon’s post-colonialist essay (of the same title) from The Wretched of the Earth, as read by Lauryn Hill, discusses the ways in which the native frees oneself from their European oppressor and explores the dehumanizing physical and psychological effects of colonialism.
August 28 @ 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! Get a Llama Selfie at Napoleon Dynamite Live! Have you wandered among the thousands of blooms at the Portland Dahlia Festival? Party in Pioneer Courthouse Square at the Portland Persian Party. And don’t miss an opportunity to ride bikes with NBA legend Bill Walton! Join Our Newsletter & WIN Portland […]
August 23 @ Aladdin Theater – Grab your puffy sleeves and 90’s sport coat and join film star JON HEDER as he talks about the beloved indie classic Napoleon Dynamite. The cult classic film hit theaters 15 years ago and since then much has changed; but the characters, as enduring as they are endearing, stay in our […]
August 23 @ Clinton Street Theater – Projekt Records’ Sam Rosenthal presents his MOVIES IN THE DARK film series at the cozy inner-SE independent arthouse, The Clinton Street Theater.