NW Documentary's Homegrown DocFest

NW Documentary's Homegrown DocFest

Showtimes

Friday, Sep 7
7:00pm
Friday, Dec 14
7:00pm
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Stories are meant to be shared, and Homegrown DocFest is how NW Documentary shares them. This compelling three-times annual event showcases a series of vibrant short documentaries produced by new filmmakers of NW Documentary at the end of each workshop term. Join us for an evening of compelling and eye-opening local documentary shorts, and enjoy beer, wine, and conversation with the filmmakers. 

This three-times-annual event showcases a diverse collection of documentary shorts produced by new filmmakers in NW Documentary workshops, plus existing films from independent documentarians of the Pacific Northwest.

This mixture of emergent and established storytelling makes for an exuberant evening of compelling and eye-opening local film!

This Spring's Homegrown features the history of one of Portland's municipal golf courses, transformation at the Oregon Children's Museum, the experience of a Black transplant in Portland, the softer side of heavy metal, an exploration of memes, and more!

Stick around for a filmmaker Q&A following the screening.

Tickets are $5 at the door and all sales benefit NW Documentary, a 501(c)3 non-profit that teaches the art of non-fiction storytelling. Visit nwdocumentary.org for more info.

 

Special Admission

Tickets are $5 at the door and all sales benefit NW Documentary, a 501(c)3 non-profit that teaches the art of non-fiction storytelling.