Oregon Documentary Film Festival Winter 2022

By Mikel Fair

The tenth edition of the Oregon Documentary Film Festival will take place0 on Saturday January 22, 2022 at the Sunshine Mill Winery and Drive-Up Theater 901 E 2nd St, The Dalles, OR 97058, Oregon presented by Film Festival Circuit.

 

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Winter 2022 Award Finalists

The following films are official selections by the judges which placed in the top 30% of all films submitted. These films have also been nominated for individual category awards. Not every film is nominated for awards. Winners will be announced on January 22, 2022. Free digital versions of the award nominated certificates are available now. (LINK) Want a copy of your certificate that is printed, cut and laminated? Order LINK

 

1) Best Cinematography Award Finalists

  • A Connection to Gravity, Directed by Drew Crosby (Montana)
  • B.L.M Voices - Brandyn Tulloch, Directed by Chidi Nobi (New York)
  • Recolonizing the Elwha, Directed by Charles Atkinson, Jeff Ostenson (Washington)
  • The Show Must Go On, Directed by Paul Grant, Nathan Crane Cohen (New York)
  • Trailbound Alaska, Directed by Max Romey (Alaska)


2) Best Director Award Finalists

  • A Connection to Gravity, Directed by Drew Crosby (Montana)
  • a girl can change the world, Directed by Andrea Ureno (California)
  • Hello Sunshine, Directed by Joe Quint (Texas)
  • The Accessible Outdoors, Directed by Mitchka Saberi, Francisco Lopez (Missing)
  • FAST TRACKS: The Methow Valley Nordic Team, Directed by Annette Frahm (Washington)
  • B.L.M Voices - Brandyn Tulloch, Directed by Chidi Nobi (New York)

 

 

3) Best Documentary Film Award Finalists


4) Best Editing Award Finalists

  • Cato’s Project on Poverty and Inequality in California, Directed by Lena Popilieva
  • Every Hundred Miles (across America with Robert Frank), Directed by Kirk A LeClaire (California)
  • FAST TRACKS: The Methow Valley Nordic Team, Directed by Annette Frahm (Washington)
  • Reintegration, Directed by Aaron Nelson (Oregon)
  • Wilda, Directed by Anthony E Blaine, Jake L Smith (Idaho)


5) Best Experimental Film Award Finalists

  • Big Basin Will Never Be The Same, Directed by Eric Benjamin Parson (California)
  • Drive, Directed by Hayley Young (Washington)
  • Fallout Dogs, Directed by Julia Oldham (Ukraine)
  • joyful, Directed by Simantini Chakraborty (Washington)

 

6) Best Experimental Micro Film Award Finalists

  • Barbed Wire Land, Directed by Olivia Louise
  • Dear Nanay, Directed by Frances Grace Mortel (Washington)
  • Laudation Trilogy, Directed by Elin Johnston (United Kingdom)
  • Sandstone Anatomy A Life-Cycle Narrative, Directed by Vivian McAleavey (Oregon)
  • Silent swing, Directed by Line Beaumier (Canada)


7) Best International Director Award Finalists

  • Hunger strike against Ecocide, Directed by Kevin Rumley (Switzerland)
  • Laudation Trilogy, Directed by Elin Johnston (United Kingdom)
  • Silent swing, Directed by Line Beaumier (Canada)


8) Best International Film Award Finalists


9) Best Micro Film Award Finalists

  • Color to Color, Directed by Robert G Gregson (New York)
  • El Camaroncito, Directed by Arturo Javier Mireles (Texas)
  • Shanta, Directed by Amanda Bensel (California)
  • The New Lifeguards of West Las Vegas, Directed by Faviola Leyva
  • Wildlife in Our Backyard, Directed by William Freund (Florida)


10) Best Oregon Film Award Finalists

  • Creation in the Mourning, Directed by Scott Gaede , Carly Sweet (Oregon)
  • Kontrast: Rhythm Delucco, Directed by Jon Meyer (Oregon)
  • Sandstone Anatomy A Life-Cycle Narrative, Directed by Vivian McAleavey (Oregon)
  • Third Culture : Adopted Story, Directed by Minjun Kim (Oregon)


11) Best Original Music Award Finalists


12) Best Picture Award Finalists


13) Best Series Episode Award Finalists

14) Best Series Micro Episode Winner

  • The Low-Phe Life: The Conversation, Directed by Kurt Sensenbrenner


15) Most Inspirational Film Award

  • Dancing On Water, Directed by Awais Bashir (New Jersey)
  • That Change I Have Seen, Directed by Samantha Grace Schulte (California)
  • The Icarian Fig Tree, Directed by Alex C Glaros (California)
  • Thee Who Hesitates..., Directed by Kelly Perine (California)
  • Witness, Directed by Penny Phillips (California)

 

 

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Winter 2022 Official Selections

The following films are official selections by the judges which placed in the top 30% of all films submitted. Free digital versions of the official selection certificates are available now. (LINK) Want a copy of your certificate that is printed, cut and laminated? Order LINK

  • A Wild Independence, Directed by Alden J. Olmsted (Tennessee)
  • Bumpass, Directed by Brent Bartholomew (Missing)
  • Camp Yoshi, Directed by Faith E Briggs (Missing)
  • Compulsive Diver, Directed by Thomas Mangum (South Carolina)
  • Devour, Directed by Kate Raney (Missing)
  • Feed 'Em All, Directed by Helen Quinn Pasin (Illinois)
  • It Started With The Heart, Directed by Kenneth Heidt (Florida)
  • Once Forgotten, Directed by Obed Lamy (Arkansas)
  • Project Antarctica - Easter Island Extension, Directed by Evan Michael Gering (California)
  • Remembering Kochendorf, Directed by Maureen Giblin (California)
  • Safe Passage, Directed by Heidi Hanson, Chris Warner (Virginia)
  • Sound of Judgment, Directed by Julia Wall (North Carolina)
  • Teddy, Directed by Lisa Bell Roden (Virginia)
  • The Absent, Directed by Hao Cheng (Canada)
  • The Interconnectedness of All Living Things, Directed by Jeff den Broeder (California)
  • Unlivable Oasis, Directed by Mauricio Mauricio Rodriguez (Florida)
  • Wild & Scenic, Directed by Jesse Aaron Barber (North Carolina)
  • Windsor Park: The Sinking Streets, Directed by Olivé (Nevada)

 

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Oregon Documentary Film Festival History

  1. Oregon Documentary Film Festival Winter 2022
  2. Oregon Documentary Film Festival Summer 2021
  3. Oregon Documentary Film Festival Winter 2021
  4. Oregon Documentary Film Festival Fall 2020
  5. Oregon Documentary Film Festival Spring 2020
  6. Oregon Documentary Film Festival Winter 2019
  7. Oregon Documentary Film Festival Summer 2019
  8. Oregon Documentary Film Festival Spring 2019
  9. Oregon Documentary Film Festival 2018
  10. Oregon Documentary Film Festival 2017

 

Mikel Fair

Mikel Fair

From 1999-2015 I worked on location in the television and film industry as a location sound mixer, production manager and field producer. I have also worked in post production as an editor, post sound mixer and composer. Today, I am the Director of Film Festival Circuit LLC, a US based company that manages international film festival events in Texas and Oregon. Our team is passionate about showcasing new independent films, videos, series episodes, screenplays and teleplays of all genres.

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