Klamath Film presents Virtuosa Society livestream concert experience

Klamath Film presents Virtuosa Society livestream concert experience

Klamath concert to be live-streamed globally Klamath Film has partnered with the Ross Ragland Theater for a unique multimedia concert experience being livestreamed around the world in celebration of female music composers on Saturday, Nov. 7 at 12:30 p.m. at the Ross Ragland Theater in Klamath Falls. Virtuosa Society is a duo collaboration between classically trained opera singer and former Miss America Katie Harman, a Klamath Falls resident, and Christine Eggert, pianist, of Copenhagen, Denmark. The pair shared a love of classical music and found extraordinary stories of remarkable women who accomplished extraordinary things in music yet were often subject of…
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Hollywood actor Chairman Barnes guest at November Klamath Film meeting

Hollywood actor Chairman Barnes guest at November Klamath Film meeting

Meeting will also feature a short film world premiere Klamath Film's monthly member meetings will return in November at a new location - The Ross Ragland Theater's conference room - featuring a chat with a Hollywood actor and a world premiere screening of a new short film created by Klamath Film members. The November meeting will take place on Thursday, Nov. 5 at 6 p.m., presented both in-person in The Ross Ragland Theater conference room (200 N. 7th St, Klamath Falls) and online via GoToMeeting. The meeting's featured guest will be Chairman Barnes, a veteran Hollywood actor on stage and screen,…
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Klamath Falls film director Skye Borgman leads new Unsolved Mysteries season

Klamath Falls film director Skye Borgman leads new Unsolved Mysteries season

Borgman directs episode in new season launching Monday, Oct. 19 Klamath Falls-raised Skye Borgman's latest project will be available to Netflix subscribers starting Monday, Oct. 19 when season two of "Unsolved Mysteries" premieres. Borgman directed the fifth episode of the new season, titled "Lady of the Lake." It is not Borgman's first venture into the true crime and mystery genre, nor working with Netflix, as her documentary "Abducted in Plain Sight" earned rave reviews on the platform in 2019, which she followed up by directing an episode of the Netflix series "Trial By Media" profiling the story of infamous subway vigilante…
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Hollywood film producer Max Siemers guest at October Klamath Film meeting

Hollywood film producer Max Siemers guest at October Klamath Film meeting

Hollywood producer with Oregon ties to join October Klamath Film meeting online Klamath Film meetings once again return post-Klamath Independent Film Festival in October to meet and network among filmmakers and fans in the Klamath Basin, and welcomes back our monthly featured guest series for a discussion about movie-making. The October meeting will take place on Thursday, Oct. 1 at 6 p.m., presented both in-person on the Mia & Pia's Pizzeria and Brewhouse patio (3545 Summers Lane in Klamath Falls) and online via GoToMeeting. The meeting's featured guest will be Max Siemers, Hollywood film producer who has worked on multiple films and…
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World premieres, virtual access highlight annual Klamath Independent Film Festival

World premieres, virtual access highlight annual Klamath Independent Film Festival

In a year unlike any other, Klamath Film found a means to present its eighth annual Klamath Independent Film Festival (KIFF) Sept. 18-20 in a hybrid model, both in-person at the Ross Ragland Theater and online with virtual options rarely provided by film festivals. The event included several world premieres and welcomed filmmakers from across Oregon to the only film festival that exclusively showcases Made-in-Oregon films, all accepted entries either filmed in Oregon or created by Oregon filmmakers. Due to the difficulties in hosting live audiences during the global COVID-19 pandemic, KIFF gained further notoriety as the only film festival…
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Award winners announced at 2020 Klamath Independent Film Festival

Award winners announced at 2020 Klamath Independent Film Festival

Custom awards created by Southern Cascade Woodcrafters Guild featured at KIFF Klamath Independent Film Festival took a different shape in 2020, in part due to COVID-19 restrictions and with new opportunities to branch out to larger audiences. With a maximum of only 100 people allowed inside due to crowd restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic, Klamath Film for the first time offered the annual film festival in a hybrid model -- continuing in-person events as well as offering online passes to watch films in an on-demand format and with livestreams of on-stage activities. Held Sept. 18-20 at The Ross Ragland Theater…
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Donate cables, adapters to help filmmakers at Klamath Independent Film Festival

Donate cables, adapters to help filmmakers at Klamath Independent Film Festival

Cable drive to assist filmmakers who lost homes, businesses in Oregon fires TO PURCHASE TICKETSVisit https://klamathfilmfestival2020.eventive.org/welcome While fundraisers are emerging to help Oregonians who lost their homes and businesses in the ongoing fires, help can come in more than just financial ways. Sadly at least one of the filmmakers with a film selected for this year's Klamath Independent Film Festival lost their homes and much of their equipment, and have asked for help in replenishing their equipment supplies -- specifically the hundreds of cables, wires and adapters needed for everything from computers and hard drives to cameras and phones. In an…
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Tickets now on sale for 2020 Klamath Independent Film Festival!

Tickets now on sale for 2020 Klamath Independent Film Festival!

In-person and online festival passes available TO PURCHASE TICKETSVisit https://klamathfilmfestival2020.eventive.org/welcome The wait is finally over! Tickets are now on sale for the 2020 Klamath Independent Film Festival, offered for the first-time in a hybrid model with limited ticket availability in-person and online festival passes to watch KIFF2020 from the comfort of home. Klamath Independent Film Festival has become renowned as the premier Oregon-centric film festival, exclusively presenting the best in independent filmmaking in the State of Oregon in the past calendar year. KIFF2020 is being held at The Ross Ragland Theater in Klamath Falls, Ore, Sept. 18-20. Due to Oregon-mandated…
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Klamath Film member meetings return to Mia & Pia’s Sept. 3

Klamath Film member meetings return to Mia & Pia’s Sept. 3

September meeting returns to Mia & Pia's patio with featured guest Andrew Gay Following technical difficulties with August's meeting, the September Klamath Film meeting once again returns with issues solved and welcomes back our featured guest for a discussion about moviemaking in Southern Oregon. The September meeting will take place on Thursday, Sept. 3 at 6 p.m., presented both in-person on the Mia & Pia's Pizzeria and Brewhouse patio (3545 Summers Lane in Klamath Falls) and online via GoToMeeting. Returning will be featured guest Andrew Gay -- Associate Professor of Digital Cinema at Southern Oregon University, to discuss the film…
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Discount post-production audio services offered to Klamath Film members

Discount post-production audio services offered to Klamath Film members

Ghost Particle offers substantially reduced post-production services exclusively for Klamath Film members In the midst of your next film production and not yet sure what to do for post-production music, scoring, arranging and sound design? Now Klamath Film members can access Ghost Particle Publishing - a collective of artists with decades of film experience in sound design and composition. Exclusive for Klamath Film members starting in October, post-production services will be available for Klamath Film productions in the Klamath, Deschutes and Jackson County regions. The partnership is split into three different post-production plans: Plan 1 At-cost pricing - only pay for…
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