Works in Progress

Morgen Ruff is a programmer and curator at the Northwest Film Center.  He is co-programming a six-week-long series, "The Art of Reinvention: Paul Thomas Anderson & His Influences," which runs July 24 thru September 6.  More information in today's Oregonian: "Paul Thomas Anderson gets his due with ambitious six-week 'influences' series at NW Film Center."


Jazz Night


Monday, June 1, 2015 at 7:30pm

Lincoln Performance Hall (LH 175)

Featuring the PSU Jazz Ensemble and Combos



Rogue Toasts PSU Grads with custom beer
The Koerner Camera Film Scholarship is the inaugural film scholarship in The School of Theater + Film
Mark Berrettini publishes essay in new book collection.
Film faculty Courtney Hermann co-produces a documentary exposing the human cost of uranium mining.
Film students and grads featured in Time Arts Club's "Film Lab #3"

The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde

Direction: Karin Magaldi
Scenic & Lighting Design: Daniel Meeker
Costume Design: Alison Heryer

Preview: Thursday, February 26, at 7:30 p.m.
Performs: Friday-Sunday; February 27 - March 1 (Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m., Sunday at 2:00 p.m.)
Wednesday-Saturday, March 4 - 7 at 7:30 p.m. in Lincoln Performance Hall

Portland’s Hollywood Theatre. Photograph by John Keel

Read the original article in Moviemaker Magazine.

Campus reuse project

Collaboration between Social Practice MFA students and the King School community
Current and former theater students work on Profile's production 0f Dead Man's Cell Phone.
Film student Joshua Keanaaina completes documentary.

Majoring in film at PSU isn’t only for filmmakers. It readies you to work in state and local government where you can help to develop the industry’s footprint, as Shelley Midthun does for Portland as the Film, Television, and Digital Media Program Manager at the Portland Development Commission.

Please join us to hear Shelley talk about her work:

Lincoln Hall 331

January 23

12:00-1:00 PM

PSU design students, OEC and Migration Brewing collaborate

PSU A+D students work with high school students from Centennial Park School

A study of violence that is so pervasive it has seeped into and inoculated inanimate objects--making everything in the service of war.