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BrewvieNights

FREE July Brewvie Nights @ Grand Central Restaurants & Bowling Lounge | “Movies Filmed in Oregon,” Featuring Special Release Seasonals by Breakside Brewery

July 19, 26 @ Grand Central Restaurant & Bowling Lounge – Grand Central will be showing a FREE movie every Thursday night @7pm! They are partnering with Breakside Brewing and will feature a special released seasonal beer Rainbows & Unicorns during the movie! July is Movies Filmed in Oregon!

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Frenetic Films Productions presents Spunk’s Not Dead @ Clinton Street Theater | A Genre-blending Anthology that Chronicles the Horrors of the New Drug “Spunk”

July 19 @ Clinton Street Theater – Frenetic Films Productions is ready to launch the next wave of drug-hysteria filmmaking with the release of “Spunk’s Not Dead,” a genre-blending anthology that chronicles the horrors of the new drug “spunk.”

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Pix Patisserie Movie Nights

Free Outdoor Summer Movies in Pix Patisserie’s Courtyard presents Mary Poppins | Beer & Cider Garden, Dusk, Free Popcorn

July 11 @ Pix Patisserie – What better way to spend a hot summer Wednesday night than watching Mary Poppins on the big outdoor screen with a cool, craft beer? Each Wednesday at dusk (approximately 8-8:30PM depending on the week) Pix will be showing a classic movie in our outdoor courtyard.

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Beijing Bicycle // By The Time It Gets Dark @ 5th Avenue Cinema | Free Popcorn, Free Admission for PSU Students

July 20-22 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – Banned in China for three years after its release, Wang Xiaoshuai’s poignant masterpiece offers a telling look at the inequity and crime of urban China. Based around the theft of a bike, Beijing Bicycle explores the role of bicycles in contemporary China as they operate as status symbols […]

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Simmering Imagery Weekend @ 5th Avenue Cinema | Featuring Chocolat & Araya, Free Popcorn, Free Admission for PSU Students

Simmering Imagery Weekend

More info: 5thavecinema.com

SYNOPSIS:
One woman’s visit to postcolonial Cameroon brings back memories of her childhood in French Cameroon, both revealing a world permeated by social structures. Recalling the memories of her own childhood, Claire Denis’ Chocolat depicts simmering racial tension and power structures that humiliate and destroy through mirroring incidences, breaking down the binaries of colonizer and colonized along the way.

Documentarian Margot Benacerraf’s Araya reveals the exploitation of laborers in a natural salt mine on the northeastern Venezuelan peninsula. In her own expressive style, the imagery is as cyclical and mechanical as the economy the laborers are trapped in. Both works evince their heaviness through the friction in the relationship between the director and the subject, the person behind the camera and those in front of it, visual and audible poetry. (more…)

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Simmering Imagery Weekend @ 5th Avenue Cinema | Featuring Chocolat & Araya, Free Popcorn, Free Admission for PSU Students

Simmering Imagery Weekend

More info: 5thavecinema.com

SYNOPSIS:
One woman’s visit to postcolonial Cameroon brings back memories of her childhood in French Cameroon, both revealing a world permeated by social structures. Recalling the memories of her own childhood, Claire Denis’ Chocolat depicts simmering racial tension and power structures that humiliate and destroy through mirroring incidences, breaking down the binaries of colonizer and colonized along the way.

Documentarian Margot Benacerraf’s Araya reveals the exploitation of laborers in a natural salt mine on the northeastern Venezuelan peninsula. In her own expressive style, the imagery is as cyclical and mechanical as the economy the laborers are trapped in. Both works evince their heaviness through the friction in the relationship between the director and the subject, the person behind the camera and those in front of it, visual and audible poetry. (more…)

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Simmering Imagery Weekend @ 5th Avenue Cinema | Featuring Chocolat & Araya, Free Popcorn, Free Admission for PSU Students

Simmering Imagery Weekend

More info: 5thavecinema.com

SYNOPSIS:
One woman’s visit to postcolonial Cameroon brings back memories of her childhood in French Cameroon, both revealing a world permeated by social structures. Recalling the memories of her own childhood, Claire Denis’ Chocolat depicts simmering racial tension and power structures that humiliate and destroy through mirroring incidences, breaking down the binaries of colonizer and colonized along the way.

Documentarian Margot Benacerraf’s Araya reveals the exploitation of laborers in a natural salt mine on the northeastern Venezuelan peninsula. In her own expressive style, the imagery is as cyclical and mechanical as the economy the laborers are trapped in. Both works evince their heaviness through the friction in the relationship between the director and the subject, the person behind the camera and those in front of it, visual and audible poetry. (more…)

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MANY Portland Weekend Events & Giveaways ($1,000+): Rose Cup Races, Antique & Collectible Show, World Cup Final, Robot Film Festival, Picklefest & More! | July 12-15, 2018

Hello, Portland! Kick off your weekend at Brewvie nights at Grand Central Restaurant. Rose Cup Races will be roaring all weekend at Portland International Raceway. One shot local film Marty in Transit premieres. And Control Yourself Comedy returns for one night only Sunday at Clinton Street Theater!

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BrewvieNights

FREE July Brewvie Nights @ Grand Central Restaurants & Bowling Lounge | “Movies Filmed in Oregon,” Featuring Special Release Seasonals by Breakside Brewery

July 12, 19, 26 @ Grand Central Restaurant & Bowling Lounge – Grand Central will be showing a FREE movie every Thursday night @7pm! They are partnering with Breakside Brewing and will feature a special released seasonal beer Rainbows & Unicorns during the movie! July is Movies Filmed in Oregon!

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Pix Patisserie Movie Nights

Free Outdoor Summer Movies in Pix Patisserie’s Courtyard presents Bend it Like Beckham | Beer & Cider Garden, Dusk, Free Popcorn

July 11 @ Pix Patisserie – What better way to spend a hot summer Wednesday night than watching Bend it Like Beckham on the big outdoor screen with a cool, craft beer? Each Wednesday at dusk (approximately 8-8:30PM depending on the week) Pix will be showing a classic movie in our outdoor courtyard.

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Pix Patisserie Movie Nights

Free Outdoor Summer Movies in Pix Patisserie’s Courtyard presents The Big Lebowski! | Free Dude Macaron if You Wear a Robe, White Russians, Beer & Cider Garden, Free Popcorn

June 6-September 26 @ Pix Patisserie – What better way to spend a hot summer Wednesday night than watching The Big Lebowski on the big outdoor screen with a cool, craft beer? Each Wednesday at dusk (approximately 8-8:30PM depending on the week) Pix will be showing a classic movie in our outdoor courtyard.

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Free Outdoor Summer Movies in Pix Patisserie’s Courtyard presents West Side Story | Beer & Cider Garden, Dusk, Free Popcorn

June 6-September 26 @ Pix Patisserie – What better way to spend a hot summer Wednesday night than watching West Side Story on the big outdoor screen with a cool, craft beer? Each Wednesday at dusk (approximately 8-8:30PM depending on the week) Pix will be showing a classic movie in our outdoor courtyard.

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Free Outdoor Summer Movies in Pix Patisserie’s Courtyard presents Hoosiers! | Beer & Cider Garden, Dusk, Free Popcorn

June 6-September 26 @ Pix Patisserie – What better way to spend a hot summer Wednesday night than watching The Big Lebowski on the big outdoor screen with a cool, craft beer? Each Wednesday at dusk (approximately 8-8:30PM depending on the week) Pix will be showing a classic movie in our outdoor courtyard.

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Free Outdoor Summer Movies in Pix Patisserie’s Courtyard Start This Week w/ Amelie! | Beer & Cider Garden, Dusk, Free Popcorn

June 6-September 26 @ Pix Patisserie – What better way to spend a hot summer Wednesday night than watching The Big Lebowski on the big outdoor screen with a cool, craft beer? Each Wednesday at dusk (approximately 8-8:30PM depending on the week) Pix will be showing a classic movie in our outdoor courtyard.

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NUDE ON THE MOON

Nude on the Moon @ 5th Avenue Cinema | Naughty Adult Film from Sexploitation Queen Doris Wishman, Free Popcorn, Free Admission for PSU Students

June 8-10 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – Nude on the Moon is a naughty “adult film” from sexploitation queen Doris Wishman, the second film of thirty in which she directed, wrote, and produced. Unlike many films within the sexploitation subgenre, Wishman’s cinematography creates a wholesome look at nudity that doesn’t come across as sleezy or […]

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MANY Portland Weekend Events & Giveaways ($1,650): Pickles Baseball, Dash to Doughnuts, Pedalpalooza, Storytelling & More! | May 31-June 3, 2018

Hello, Portland! The weekend is back and Summer is practically here – The Pickles season opener is Thursday! Enjoy a sweet treat after running in Dash to Doughnuts, or try something new during Pedalpalooza! Portland Cider is releasing their special Pineapple brew with a Luau on Saturday & Hawthorne Ghost Tours start back up! And […]

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Hunger

Hunger @ 5th Avenue Cinema | 2018 Portland Memorial Day Weekend, Directed by Steve McQueen, Irish-British Historical Drama Based on A True Story, Free Popcorn, Free Admission for PSU Students

May 25-27 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – Presenting a compelling text for analysis and deep emotional understanding of “The Troubles” of Ireland, the major political and military campaign between Loyalists and Irish Nationalists, racking up over 3,500 deaths over the 30 years of conflict.

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MANY Portland Weekend Events & Giveaways ($1,300): Kenton Street Fair, UFO Fest, Red Dress Party, Oregon Tradeswomen Career Fair & More! | May 17-20, 2018

Hello, Portland! We’re ready for another warm weekend in the Rose City! This weekend’s events are out of this world with UFO Festival! Get some cute jewelry at Temple Tantrum Pop Up or Kenton Street Fair! NBC Nightly News will be at Sunday’s Rose City Rollers Benefit. Or how about an escape with Portland Escape […]

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MANY Portland Mother’s Day Weekend Events & Giveaways ($1,600): Brunch, Gift Ideas, Plant & Garden Fair, Glam Her!, GeekCraft Expo, Wine Tour & More! | May 10-13, 2018

Hello, Portland! Celebrate your Mom this weekend with a breakfast or dinner cruise, or how about a wine tour. There’s still time to make a Tea reservation at Pix Patisserie. Lots of opportunities for Brunch With Mom and find cute goodies at Camas Plant & Garden Fair. Party for a good cause at Glam Her! […]

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Jane Campion Double Feature @ 5th Avenue Cinema | Free Popcorn, 35mm Film, Sweetie & An Angel at My Table, Free Admission for PSU Students

May 4-6 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – The only female filmmaker to win the Palme d’Or, Jane Campion has spent the past four decades in the male-dominated world of cinema making profound work by and about women. Campion shares stories of everyday women trapped by others, their emotions, and societal expectations. Her focus is often […]

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MANY Portland Weekend Events & Giveaways ($1,150): Nano Beer Fest, Undertow Comedy Festival, Crab, Seafood & Wine Festival & More! | April 26-29, 2018

Hello, Portland! The weekend is back and festival season is ramping up! Try a special small brew at Nano Beer Fest, or gorge on delicious Seafood at Astoria-Warrenton Crab, Seafood & Wine Festival. This is your last weekend to see La Belle: Lost in the World of Automation and The Thanksgiving Play. And the first […]

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THE BOOK OF LIFE

The Book of Life @ 5th Avenue Cinema | Free Popcorn, Digital, A Mystical Exploration of Self, Free Admission for PSU Students

April 27-29 @ 5th Avenue Cinema – “You know Jorge, that is a terrible, terrible, terrible pitch but there’s something here, something magical” stated producer Guillermo Del Toro, pushing Jorge R. Gutierrez into his first feature length film, The Book of Life. With his highly crafted introduction to Mexican culture, Gutierrez embraces his heritage and […]

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