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

Cable drive to assist filmmakers who lost homes, businesses in Oregon fires


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 effort to help, patrons to this year’s KIFF2020 are being asked to bring extra cables and wires laying around the home to The Ross Ragland Theater to donate to filmmakers affected by the ongoing fires. A donation bin will be available in the theater lobby, with items to be transported to the Medford/Ashland area after the festival.

KIFF2020 is being held at The Ross Ragland Theater in Klamath Falls, Ore, Sept. 18-20. Due to Oregon-mandated crowd restrictions, only 100 people maximum will be allowed inside the venue at any time, limiting the number of in-person tickets offered. To accommodate crowds, an online festival pass is being sold this year, allowing access to all films during the festival online, as well as exclusive Q&As with each filmmaker.

*NO tickets will be sold at the door. In order to maintain proper headcount inside the venue, all tickets must be purchased in advance.

Klamath Film members receive a 50% discount on ticket prices. If you no longer have your unique ticket code contact

In-person tickets are offered at $10 for a day pass (+ fees), and $15 for an online festival pass (+ fees).
*Purchase of multiple in-person day passes includes a complimentary online festival pass.


View Klamath Film Festival 2020 pass sales.

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