UpRiver/Downtown: The Milwaukie Festival of Short Film offers a selection of awarding winning short films from across the globe.
Saturday May 10th
Admission is Free
Doors open 6:30PM
1st Show 7PM – 8:30PM Family-Friendly Films
2nd Show 9Pm – 11PM Adult Language/Themes
Spring is surely in the air here in Oregon. Garden crops will soon be bursting through the dirt. We invite you and your friends to our April 19th Milwaukie Film Series event – Yard To Table at the Masonic Lodge in historic downtown Milwaukie.
Join us for afternoon workshops, a seed share, City Hall garden bed planting, and an evening of short-garden related films. And it’s all free!
Film Night: 7pm (doors open at 6:30pm)
We are happy to partner with Bike Milwaukie and our sponsors to bring Bike Film Night on Saturday March 15th at the historic Masonic Lodge in downtown Milwaukie. The show stars at 7PM and will include a short talk and Q&A with Portland Filmmaker Greg Raisman,
Here are the films for Saturday night. It’s going to be a great night at the movies
Ground Breaking 4.33 Breakthrough Urban Ministries
Dynamic American Cities 2:09 Lyndon Lorenz
Traffic Garden 2:42 Street Films
Civic Engagement 3:28 Lori H. Ersolmaz
Good Vibrations 4:09 Jeremy Clapin
Greyston Bakery 2:20 B Corp
Comet Skateboards 3:20 B Corp
Ice Stone Counters 2:58 B Corp
Local Nuisance 2:00 CBS News
Saga City 16.58 VIVRE EN VILLE
Den$ity ‘advance’ 10:00 Straw Bale Films
Local Hero 5:05 Jamie Kennerley
This Saturday night we have an advance screening of ‘DEN$ITY: Profit Over People in Portland, Oregon’ It’s a big story about big apartment buildings in single family neighborhoods.
Doors open at 6:30 PM at the Milwaukie Masonic Lodge.
We’re gearing up for an awesome evening of film on February 15th in Milwaukie. From creative animation to film innovation we’ve got it. 12 short films in 2 quick hours. We’ll open the Lodge doors at 6:30PM and the films will roll about 7PM.
We hope you join the journey to PLACE.
The first video chosen to open the inaugural Watershed Event in 2012 was shot by Andy Maser and captured a seminal moment in watershed restoration. The video unleashed a force of nature that like many communities is helping reclaim our watersheds.