Producer, Oregon Field Guide and Oregon Art Beat
Jule Gilfillan is an Emmy-winning producer for OPB's documentary shows, Oregon Art Beat and Oregon Field Guide.
Prior to joining OPB in 2010, Jule spent several years working in Los Angeles as an independent director, producer and writer, making television programs for NBC, MSNBC, HBO, Sundance, MTV, Planet Green, Discovery and others. She also wrote and directed several China-based films that showed at film festivals in New York, Telluride and Venice.
After earning her degree in Asian Studies from California State University and living in China for six years, Jule received her masters of fine arts in cinema and television production from University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts.
An Oregon native and an enthusiastic music lover, hiker and camper, Jule loves to explore the state's arts, culture and outdoors.
Entertainment | Family | local | Arts | NW Life | News | Oregon Art BeatOPB | May 4, 2017 8 p.m.
By the time February rolls around here in the rainy northwest, most folks are going a little bit crazy. A respite from those mid-winter woes: the Portland Winter Light Festival
NW Life | local | Arts | Oregon Art BeatOPB | April 27, 2017 8 p.m. | Portland
The engine of gentrification fueled by Portland’s recent transplants was starting to hum by the time Jerold Howard returned. That's inspired his latest film.
Recreation | Science | Environment | Climate change | Land | Water | Oregon Field GuideOPB | Feb. 16, 2017 8:30 p.m.
The Columbia River Gorge is a sight to behold, but what's even more breathtaking is the story behind its creation. Here's how two major floods shaped this spectacular area.
Business | Family | Education | Sustainability | NW Life | Technology | Communities | Oregon Field GuideOPB | Feb. 9, 2017 8:30 p.m. | Portland
One traditional forge in the Sellwood neighborhood of Southeast Portland has been attracting everyone from engineers to chefs who want to learn how to forge their own tools.
Animals | Recreation | local | Environment | NW Life | Fish & WildlifeOPB | July 19, 2016 12:20 p.m. | Portland
Tucked into the northwest corner of Portland, the Wildwood Trail weaves for more than 30 miles through Forest Park. Here's how to hike the historic path in five parts.
Before you go off to explore Valhalla, with a half-full water bottle and a handful trail mix, keep this in mind: This amazing destination is very dangerous.