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Oregon Short Film Festival 2019

 

Oregon Short Film Festival 2019 Award Winners

  1. Best Action Film Award Winner - "Unmasked" Directed by Sam KJ (California)

  2. Best Action Screenplay Award Winner - "True Nature" Written by James Hill (California)
  3. Best Actor Award[...]
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Oregon Short Film Festival 2018 Event Recap

The Oregon Short Film Festival Is Growing!

The energy of independent film was on full display at the Oregon Short Film Festival 2018. On February 3rd, 2018 in Portland, Oregon, over 400 people attended 10 Hours of International Short Film[...]

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Mirror Like, Science Fiction Film From Peru

An Amazing Science Fiction Film From Peru

Mirror Like, Directed By Wataska (Peru) is an Oregon Short Film Festival 2018 official selection and winner of the  Best Science Fiction Film Award. Omar Garcia was also been nominated for Best Actor.

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Director Desmond Denton Presents South African Films In Oregon

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