Klamath Film’s year in review

Klamath Film’s year in review

Plenty to celebrate in busy, chaotic COVID-filled 2020 2020 started off with a change of leadership for Klamath Film, and finished with a month of serving as Santa's elves - with plenty happening in between - during a year like none other. Here is a brief look back at Klamath Film's 2020. JANUARY Kurt Liedtke was hired as the new executive director of Klamath Film, a full-time journalist with the Herald & News and filmmaker with over a decade of experience in Hollywood before relocating to the Klamath Basin. At the January Klamath Film member meeting (held at Waffle Hut), it…
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Klamath Film January Member Meeting to be exclusively online

Klamath Film January Member Meeting to be exclusively online

January member meeting to take place Thursday, Jan. 7 at 6 p.m. A new year brings another opportunity for Klamath Film members and area film industry experts opportunities to network and prepare for a busy year ahead. Please join us for our January Klamath Film meeting on Thursday, Jan. 7 at 6 p.m. – due to current COVID restrictions the meeting will exclusively be held on GoToMeeting. There is an option to also call-in if you can’t navigate the GoToMeeting app. While throughout the year each month we will welcome different industry experts for an open conversation about the film…
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Klamath Falls approved for Oregon Film Trail marker

Klamath Falls approved for Oregon Film Trail marker

Historic marker to recognize the 2018 film “Phoenix, Oregon” After a short community fundraising effort, the financial goal has been reached and Klamath Falls City Council has approved the placement of a historic marker on the Oregon Film Trail! The marker will be the 32nd such marker placed across the State of Oregon in recognition of film locations for feature films shot in Oregon that are historically and culturally significant. The Klamath Falls marker will be only the third placed in Southern Oregon, after two were recently added to Ashland in recognition of the films “Coraline” and “Wild.” Although over…
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