Oscar season is upon us!
“All of us love to get a glimpse into these other worlds we don’t necessarily know so much about.”
“The cruelty and animating obsessions of the hardcore anti-abortion movement are being exposed now.”
The Portland-made film explores the lies of the man behind the world’s biggest Ponzi scheme.
The comedian (and ex-Portlander) is still enjoying the #VanLife.
“I think the film honors him as a person. Hopefully, he will take it as a gift.”
“I do think there is some element of the unattainable with the celebrity, but it also makes you, as the normal person, feel exceptional.”
Whether they depict Nicolas Cage wildly gesticulating or Joaquin Phoenix with a thousand-yard stare, the artist;s movie stickers are affixed to street signs, water bottles and theater lobbies all over Portland.
Experiences vary widely: from harrowing refugee escapes to avant-garde animation to nature documentaries about the plight of the scaly pangolin.
No longer a pandemic necessity, Oregon’s outdoor movie theaters seek to become a renewed summer staple.
Time for a cinephile-friendly road trip!
Liotta’s acting in Martin Scorsese’s masterpiece is a model of humility.
“For the young people who live here in Eugene and Springfield, I hope it will resonate…”
“When we don’t allow people to tell their own stories, we lose a bit of ourselves.”
The 1972 film starring Robert Duvall remains “a wonderment.”