OIFF presents DRAMA PROGRAM 23B

 

The Oregon Independent Film Festival (OIFF) is bringing its collection of new independent films again this year from September 22nd through 24th, 2017 to Portland and other cities across Oregon.

With festival screenings and events in Portland at The Clinton Street Theater and at the Bijou and Metro cinemas in Eugene, with more surprise screening stops to be announced.

The Oregon Independent Film Festival features over 70 films from 11 countries, screened over two weeks in independent cinemas across the great state of Oregon, USA.

OIFF presents DRAMA PROGRAM 23B

Showtimes

DRAMA PROGRAM 23B

yearstothemoon35 Years to the Moon
USA / G

Dir: Laki Karavias

This Award Winning festival favorite is a live action family drama that follows a father journey's into grief and joy, as he remembers the life and passing of his son. Starring Jacob Robertson, Annie Robertson, Josh Robertson, and Paul Bergman.

 


anewA New Promise
USA / G

Dir: Christina Dodge

A New Promise is a coming of age drama about Madelyn, who is at a crossroad in her life. She has planned the next year and a half of her life towards completing her degree, being close to family, and working during this summer. Offered a new job with good pay, travel, and a chance to work in a great city, she decides to follow the chance for experiences and opportunities that she would never have in the small community now called home. But after making a promise to take the job, Madelyn wrestles with the decision to either break that promise, or leave home.


soldierSoldier
USA / G

Dir: Bruce Becker

A troubled, bullied young teen whose father has died, now meets a mysterious runaway soldier and forges a deep friendship, that changes his life's trajectory in a single day in Soldier, an LGBT Dramatic short film.

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