While Portland’s moviegoing culture runs famously deep, there’s a much wider landscape of Oregon film exhibition.
Once Goodfellas’ opening act begins in earnest, we get our first proper introduction to Ray Liotta—starting with his alligator loafers.
Rather than a litany of cinematic influences, writer-director Jarrett Bryant kept a “pitfall” list for his Eugene-set film Maxie.
Portland theater mainstay James R. Dixon likes to say that an actor’s job is to audition.
As smalltown legends go, moviemaking isn’t quite Jesse James holding up your local bank.
Behind the new documentary Sentinels lies a forest of stories.
Going to McDonald’s on a first date could be many things—an emergency, a joke, a practicality play, a humble suggestion to focus on one’s partner rather than the surroundings.
There’s truth in advertising, and then there’s Stunt Rock.
Movie seasons don’t abide by the Gregorian calendar.
On May 6, Cinemagic will open Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which marks Spider-Man trilogy director Sam Raimi’s return to superhero movies and continues the saga of Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch), Marvel’s psychedelic world-bend…