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.”
In the film, Portland documentarians Derek Knowles and Lawrence Lerew capture a Humboldt County, Calif., tree-sit.
“It was the last stand of this McDonald’s.”
Ahead of a May 21 screening at the Hollywood Theater, director Brian Trenchard-Smith talks “Ozploitation” and the stunt man he tried to turn into a movie star.
From scary clouds to talking shells, here is your guide to the season’s upcoming films.
In May, the theater will screen “Doctor Mordrid: Master of the Unknown,” starring Jeffrey Combs.
Co-owner Heyward Stewart talks about redefining a beloved Montavilla institution.
Cinema 21 and PAM CUT are both having a Swinton-centric season.
“I really want to cheer people up. Comedy! I’m here. Let’s do it.”
The Funniest Five alum stars in a film directed by Alberta Poon.
“Stakes on a human level are incredibly high. Everything is falling apart, but the most important thing to everybody is the joke.”