Today at The Clinton: Thursday, Sep 21

OIFF presents HORROR/DRAMA PROGRAM 22C

 

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 HORROR/DRAMA PROGRAM 22C

Showtimes

Friday, Sep 22
7:15pm
HORROR/DRAMA PROGRAM 22C

detoxDETOX
USA / R

Dir: Richard Kilpatrick

Detox is a story of metamorphosis, where our protagonist faces internal and external forces of change, as he seizes an opportunity to towards redemption and a second chance at life.

This dramatic film tells the story of Chase, who is spiraling towards the bottom and willing to do anything to escape his tragic past. Abusing heroin, struggling to pay back his debts, Chase ends up running drugs across the state line for the cartel.


meetingMeeting
USA / PG-13

Dir: Nestor Valenzuela

A young man and his house guest talk about god while seeking privacy from listening walls. What are they hiding? And from whom?

Michelle Damis and Alexander Nickolas star in this dramatic film, written and directed by Nestor Valenzuela.

 


ticTic
USA / PG13

Dir: Kristen Stevens

Amira (played by Julia Quon) answers an online ad for a used crib and meets Gabi (Sabrina Chen-Louie), a kind woman with a tragic past, and soon she is stalked in the night by a mysterious sound in this horror film from director Kristen Stevens.

 


autopsyAutopsy
USA / R

Dir: Adam Long

A young woman's friends gather to dissect what's wrong with her immature ex-boyfriend so that everyone, except possibly him, can move on in this horror-drama film.

Special Admission

$12; purchase in ADVANCE HERE.