Works in Progress

Majoring in film at PSU isn’t only for filmmakers. It prepares you for professions in arts organizations, where you might program and coordinate international film festivals and bring new films to new audiences, as Morgen Ruff does at the Northwest Film Center in Portland. Please join us at the first lecture in the Professions in Film series to hear more about Morgen’s work.

Lincoln Hall 331

October 24

12:30-1:15 pm

 

 Second Season Play Reading Series

November 6 & 7 at 7:30 pm

Lincoln Hall Studio Theater

FREE

Devon Allen to direct a staged reading of Curse of the Starving Class by Sam Shepard
The School of Theater and Film is having a costume sale!

Mark your calendar for Fridays@4, the School of Architecture’s weekly all-school gathering, nearly every Friday at 4pm. Refreshments are provided by a different studio class each week, with speakers ranging from PSU faculty to artists to practicing professionals in the fields of design and architecture.

All students in the School of Architecture are strongly encouraged to attend this important community gathering.

Adaptation is a performance-driven installation, inhabited by a dancer and musician.
Art & Social Practice Partnership with King School
Film student Jaden Fooks interns at Northwest Film Center.
Professor Amy Borden to discuss trash cinema aesthetics, silent film posters, and art nouveau.
New classes added to the fall schedule for film.

A talk with legendary genre filmmaker Fred Dekker moderated by Professor Dustin Morrow.

FREE and open to the public.

THE MONSTER SQUAD

Screening of the horror-comedy classic in 35mm film with writer/director Fred Dekker in attendance!

Sponsored by Portland State Film and Portland State of Mind.

Directing Workshop with Legendary Hollywood Filmmaker FRED DEKKER

Sponsored by Portland State Film and Portland State of Mind

Don't miss this incredible opportunity to study directing with a master genre filmmaker.

Fred Deckker is the writer/director of the classic genre films Night of the Creeps and The Monster Squad

FREE TO REGISTER
Email Prof Dustin Morrow to reserve a space: morrow4@pdx.edu

Noir City at the Hollywood!

Portland’s second annual noir-fest features 35mm prints from the Film Noir Foundation’s preservation efforts, Too Late for Tears (1949), The Prowler (1951), and Cry Danger (1951) along with an impeccable selection of vintage title including Ida Lupino’s The Hitchhiker (1953). Advance tickets and full schedule available at the Hollywood Theater.

Co-sponsored by the School of Theater + Film

On Monday, October 20th, as part of the Portland State of Mind series of events, the Portland State Alumni Association will present a free screening of Portland State film professor Dustin Morrow's feature film musical "Everything Went Down".  The film has won five Best Film awards at film festivals, and screened at festivals, universities, conferences and art house cinemas across the country.  The movie received rave reviews from critics and was the subject of a TED Talk. 

Check out the work of fresh graduates from our graphic design program!

FRESH, PSU.GD GRADUATE SHOWCASE

Image credit: Allison Gober

An architectural study abroad experience in Barcelona, Madrid & Girona
Student animation from Laura DiTrapani's Visual Storytelling and 2D Animation classes
A talk about possibilities for redesign of the Art Building
Congratulations to Kelly Cousineau for winning the 2013-14 Community Engagement Award.

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