Oregon Documentary Film Festival Winter 2019

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The Oregon Documentary Film Festival Winter 2019 Is Coming Soon!

The 5th Oregon Documentary Film Festival event will take place on Saturday December 7, 2019 in Portland at the Avalon Theatre 3451 SE Belmont St, Portland, OR 97214. Five hours of short Documentary Films from all over the world will screen. Also, we will have a filmmakers networking mixer and awards program from 4p-6p on Saturday December 7, 2019 at the HobNob Grille 3350 SE Morrison St, Portland, OR 97214. Tickets for this event are available on Eventbrite. Your purchase also gives local, U.S and international filmmakers an opportunity to screen new Documentary Films on the Film Festival Circuit for the Portland Audience. Most of these films, have never screened in the state of Oregon. Please join us for this Independent Documentary Film experience. Connect with us on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter and please use #OregonDocumentaryFilmFestival in your social media posts related to this event.

 

Oregon Documentary Film Festival Winter 2019 Schedule: Sat Dec 7, 2019

11:00a - 1:20p - Film Screenings ( Avalon Theatre)

1:20p - 1:30p - Intermission ( Avalon Theatre )

1:30p - 3:45p - Film Screenings ( Avalon Theatre )

4:00p - 6:00p - Awards and Filmmakers Mixer ( HobNob Grille )

 

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Oregon Documentary Film Festival Winter 2019 Official Selections

  1. 6th and San Pedro, Directed by Scott Pommier (California/Oregon)
  2. A Story About Lights, Directed by James Barahanos (Australia)
  3. Aaron Durogati - Playing With The Invisible, Directed by Matteo Vettorel and Damiano Levati (Italy)
  4. An Unanswered Telephone Call, Directed by Aziz Isa Elkun (United Kingdom)
  5. As Easy As, Directed by Brittany V Gates (California)
  6. Avido, Directed by Jud Nichols (Kenya)
  7. Badlaav Republic, Directed by Manahar Kumar (India)
  8. Becoming Who I Am, Directed by Mark Palansky (Oregon)
  9. Belong, Directed by Dillon M. Banda (Singapore/Vietnam)
  10. Bet on Yourself, Directed by Harvey Eaton (United Kingdom)
  11. Censoring Nuremberg, Directed by Tim Raycroft and David Bussan (Ohio)
  12. Chalk of Champions, Directed by Jackie Omanoff (California/New York)
  13. DayJob: Andrea Jones-Rooy, Directed by Rob Langhammer and Felicitas Hammerstein (New York)
  14. Diversity in the Long Gray Line, Directed by Les Owen (New York)
  15. Finding Normal, Directed by Barb Briggs and Jarrett Glockzin (Canada)
  16. Forever a Champion, Directed by Carmen Vincent (United Kingdom)
  17. How to Bend Concrete in 108 Easy Steps, Directed by Mahesh Madhav (Oregon)
  18. How We See Water, Directed by Robin Starbuck (Mexico/New York)
  19. Ilha da Rainha, Directed by Kayla Fragman (Canada)
  20. Instructions for Soldiers Back from War, Directed by Jed Bell (California)
  21. Listen To Us, Directed by Anna Mendes (Oregon)
  22. Little Bastard, Directed by Harun Hazar (Germany/Belgium)
  23. Masters of Camouflage, Directed by Betsy Beasley (Philippines/Indonesia/The Bahamas)
  24. Millennium Willow, Directed by Fiona Yang (Chicago)
  25. Mirror Images, Directed by Neil Hall (United Kingdom)
  26. Narco Tumbas, Directed by Jud Nichols (Mexico)
  27. Natura Obscura, Directed by Kelsey Quakenbush (Colorado)
  28. Never Give Up, Directed by Jonathan Schörnig (Malta)
  29. Nigerians Fight to Protect the World's Most Trafficked Mammal, Directed by Katie Schuler
    (Washington, D.C.)
  30. Night and Day, Directed by Peter Anthony (Massachusetts)
  31. Operation International, Directed by Jeff Colhoun (Ivory Coast)
  32. Our Last Crop, Directed by Michelle Alvarado (Oregon)
  33. Root Shocked, Directed by Cecilia Brown (Oregon)
  34. RSVP, Directed by Samantha Mitchell (Maryland)
  35. Spinnaker Documentary, Directed by Nadine Licostie (Massachusetts)
  36. Squeegee, Directed by Khalid Ali (Maryland)
  37. The Blessing and the Curse, Directed by David Kennedy (California)
  38. The Creative Process, Directed by Spencer Fochtman (Oregon)
  39. The Dhow, Directed by Jud Nichols (Tanzania)
  40. The Drifter, Directed by Ian Southworth (Washington)
  41. The Mettle Behind the Merit, Directed by John Mollison (South Dakota)
  42. The Michelle Experience, Directed by Jason Rosenblatt (Oregon)
  43. The Silver Boys, Directed by Jared Salazar (Guatemala)
  44. The Tides That Bind, Directed by Nick Natalicchio (Pennsylvania)
  45. The Venus Project, Directed by Jack Major (Canada)
  46. Through the Eyes of a Wrestler, Directed by John Proper (Pennsylvania)
  47. Wheel Love, Directed by Ryan Tebbutt (Canada)
  48. Where Life Begins, Directed by Katie Schuler (Washington, D.C.)
  49. Wild Possibilities, Directed by Brady Holden (Oregon)
  50. Yonatan's Platoon, Directed by Matan Hatsav (California)
  51. Yvonne's Kitchen, Directed by Camille Howard (New York)

 

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Oregon Documentary Film Festival Winter 2019 Award Nominations

1) Best Cinematography Award Nominations

  • Nigerians Fight to Protect the World's Most Trafficked Mammal, Directed by Katie Schuler (Washington, D.C.)
  • Where Life Begins, Directed by Katie Schuler (Washington, D.C.)
  • Belong, Directed by Dillon M. Banda (Singapore/Vietnam)
  • Masters of Camouflage, Directed by Betsy Beasley (Philippines/Indonesia/The Bahamas)
  • Spinnaker Documentary, Directed by Nadine Licostie (Massachusetts)

2) Best Director

  • The Michelle Experience, Directed by Jason Rosenblatt (Oregon)
  • Wild Possibilities, Directed by Brady Holden (Oregon)
  • How to Bend Concrete in 108 Easy Steps, Directed by Mahesh Madhav (Oregon)
  • The Drifter, Directed by Ian Southworth (Washington)
  • Yvonne's Kitchen, Directed by Camille Howard (New York)

3) Best Docuseries Award Winner

  • DayJob: Andrea Jones-Rooy, Directed by Rob Langhammer and Felicitas Hammerstein (New York)

4) Best Editing Award Nominations

  • The Mettle Behind the Merit, Directed by John Mollison (South Dakota)
  • Bet on Yourself, Directed by Harvey Eaton (United Kingdom)
  • Censoring Nuremberg, Directed by Tim Raycroft and David Bussan (Ohio)
  • How We See Water, Directed by Robin Starbuck (Mexico/New York)
  • Diversity in the Long Gray Line, Directed by Les Owen (New York)

5) Best International Director Award Nominations

  • Little Bastard, Directed by Harun Hazar (Germany/Belgium)
  • The Silver Boys, Directed by Jared Salazar (Guatemala)
  • Aaron Durogati - Playing With The Invisible, Directed by Matteo Vettorel and Damiano Levati (Italy)
  • Avido, Directed by Jud Nichols (Kenya)
  • Mirror Images, Directed by Neil Hall (United Kingdom)

Best International Film Award Nominations

  • Finding Normal, Directed by Barb Briggs and Jarrett Glockzin (Canada)
  • Wheel Love, Directed by Ryan Tebbutt (Canada)
  • Badlaav Republic, Directed by Manahar Kumar (India)
  • Operation International, Directed by Jeff Colhoun (Ivory Coast)
  • Forever a Champion, Directed by Carmen Vincent (United Kingdom)

Best International Micro Short Film Award Nominations

  • A Story About Lights, Directed by James Barahanos (Australia)
  • The Venus Project, Directed by Jack Major (Canada)
  • Ilha da Rainha, Directed by Kayla Fragman (Canada)
  • Narco Tumbas, Directed by Jud Nichols (Mexico)
  • The Dhow, Directed by Jud Nichols (Tanzania)

Best Micro Short Film Award Nominations

  • The Blessing and the Curse, Directed by David Kennedy (California)
  • Instructions for Soldiers Back from War, Directed by Jed Bell (California)
  • Chalk of Champions, Directed by Jackie Omanoff (California/New York)
  • 6th and San Pedro, Directed by Scott Pommier (California/Oregon)
  • Natura Obscura, Directed by Kelsey Quakenbush (Colorado)

Best Oregon Film Award Nominations

  • The Creative Process, Directed by Spencer Fochtman (Oregon)
  • Listen To Us, Directed by Anna Mendes (Oregon)
  • Becoming Who I Am, Directed by Mark Palansky (Oregon)
  • Our Last Crop, Directed by Michelle Alvarado (Oregon)
  • Root Shocked, Directed by Cecilia Brown (Oregon)

Best Picture Award Nominations

  • As Easy As, Directed by Brittany V Gates (California)
  • Yonatan's Platoon, Directed by Matan Hatsav (California)
  • Millennium Willow, Directed by Fiona Yang (Chicago)
  • Never Give Up, Directed by Jonathan Schörnig (Malta)
  • RSVP, Directed by Samantha Mitchell (Maryland)

Most Original Concept Award Nominations

  • The Tides That Bind, Directed by Nick Natalicchio (Pennsylvania)
  • Through the Eyes of a Wrestler, Directed by John Proper (Pennsylvania)
  • An Unanswered Telephone Call, Directed by Aziz Isa Elkun (United Kingdom)
  • Squeegee, Directed by Khalid Ali (Maryland)
  • Night and Day, Directed by Peter Anthony (Massachusetts)

 

 

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Mikel Fair

Mikel Fair

Mikel Fair My name is Mikel Fair. I am the Director of Film Festival Circuit Inc. First of all, we are a company that manages film festival events in Texas and Oregon. Furthermore, we like to have fun and celebrate independent film. I worked for 15 years in the television and film production as a location sound mixer and production manager. I have also worked in post production as an editor, post sound mixer and composer. Above all, watching independent films and reading creative screenplays is my passion.

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