Klamath Film needs your help

Klamath Film needs your help

Fundraiser launched in wake of COVID-19 financial impacts From the Klamath Film executive director: It has been a difficult year for all, arts organizations included. We so desperately want to continue our mission to serve the Klamath Basin, but have been forced to cancel or suspend numerous planned events amid lockdowns and crowd restrictions, impacting Klamath Film's revenue. Undaunted, we strive onward, determined to offer events that support our community and youth; such as our first annual online film fellowship for youth this August, the eighth annual Klamath Independent Film Festival in September, and special film showcases as well as…
Read More
In-person Klamath Film member meetings return August 6

In-person Klamath Film member meetings return August 6

Hybrid online option also offered -- will meet at Mia's & Pia's The next Klamath Film monthly member meeting will take place both online via GoToMeeting and in-person, at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 6. A socially-distanced in-person meeting is being offered on the patio deck of Mia's & Pia's Pizzeria and Brewhouse (3545 Summers Lane, Klamath Falls). Masks are REQUIRED. Just like with past meetings, you’ll have a chance to network and hear about upcoming projects and events being planned by Klamath Film. Despite the ongoing health crisis, you will still have a chance to interact with filmmakers, film…
Read More
Six features, 30 short films selected for Klamath Independent Film Festival

Six features, 30 short films selected for Klamath Independent Film Festival

KIFF 2020 announces Made-in-Oregon films to be featured Following months of filmmaker submissions and careful review and debate by multiple judging panels, a total of 36 films between shorts and feature-length films have been selected to be shown at the eighth annual Klamath Independent Film Festival. Submissions were accepted from February through mid-June, welcoming films made in the State of Oregon or by Oregon filmmakers produced Jan. 1, 2019 or sooner. Films were split into categories, first by region (Northern Oregon, Southern Oregon) and then by length. Films in excess of 40-minutes were selected as featured, under 40 were shorts.…
Read More
Klamath Film to announce selections for 2020 Klamath Independent Film Festival on Friday

Klamath Film to announce selections for 2020 Klamath Independent Film Festival on Friday

Shorts, features from across Oregon to be showcased The eighth annual Klamath Independent Film Festival will take place Sept. 18-20 in Klamath Falls, and with planning well underway for this year's festivities it is nearing time to announce the films to be showcased, representing the best in Oregon filmmaking. Out of nearly 100 films submitted, multiple panels of judges have whittled it down to the final selections of shorts and feature-length films to be shown at this year's festival, the finalists to be announced on Friday, July 10. As the premier Oregon-centric film festival -- accepting only films made in…
Read More
Klamath Film offers virtual narrative film seminar in August

Klamath Film offers virtual narrative film seminar in August

Limited capacity week-long film camp to teach filmmaking basics For teens or families interested in learning how to make films at home, a virtual film seminar is being conducted by Klamath Film in August intended for Southern Oregon residents. Made possible through grants by the Oregon Cultural Trust and the Klamath County Cultural Coalition, the weeklong film seminar will be held daily online starting Monday, Aug. 10 with virtual meet-ups to detail all aspects of film production from script to final product. Presented in partnership with Southern Oregon University’s film program, experienced filmmakers and instructors will provide lessons each day…
Read More