What Is The Oregon Documentary Film Festival?
The Oregon Documentary Film Festival is a theatrical screening event of international independent documentary films in Portland. Do you enjoy films that tell a story? Are you inspired by interesting people, historical events, political awareness, behind-the-scenes insights and thought provoking events? Are you a documentary enthusiast, binge watcher or story teller? If so, we'd like you to participate in our next event. Do you have a documentary film that is ready for a theatrical screening in Portland, Oregon? Submissions are open for all documentary films that are 30 minutes or less. Our mission is to screen independently produced documentary films from around the world at the 5th Avenue Cinemas every year. The Oregon Documentary Film Festival has featured environmental documentary films about The Salton Sea and The Dead Sea.
Oregon Documentary Film Festival 2019 Submissions Are Now Open!
Are you a documentary filmmaker that is interesting in screening your film or docu-series in Portland, Oregon? We've made a commitment to screening the best documentary films from around the world. We are looking for excellent storytelling, compelling interviews, fresh topics, good production value and stories that will keep our audience engaged. We screen our films at the 5th Avenue Cinemas on a Sunday evening, so that it's easier for our filmmakers to travel. In our third year, we are accepting films that are between 1-30 minutes in length including credits in order to give as many filmmakers opportunities to screen as possible. Please visit our FilmFreeway or Withoutabox page listing for more information about our categories and submission rates.