A few iconic video stores are still holding strong in the Northwest, keeping the movie rental dream alive for renters young and old. For OPB's At Work With series, we hear from a Portland video store clerk about what it's like to work in a movie lover's paradise.
“May December,” by Portland director Todd Haynes, may be the most unsettling movie you’ll see all year. It’s set in Savannah, Georgia, with fictional characters, but the real-life scandal that inspired the story unfolded around the Seattle area.
The DisOrient Asian American Film Festival in Eugene was created in 2006 to spotlight Asian American and Pacific Islander stories in Oregon. This weekend, the festival returns with a roster of new independent films, all celebrating AAPI experiences.
After a movie year often light on crowds, the Academy Awards named an unabashed crowd-pleaser, the deaf family drama “CODA,” best picture Sunday, handing Hollywood’s top award to a streaming service for the first time.