KIFF2022: 10th Annual Klamath Independent Film Festival




The Klamath Independent Film Festival continues its run as the leading all-genre, Oregon-centric film festival, presented for the third year both in-person and on-demand/livestreaming!

For the 2022 rendition we plan to be even bigger and better, expanding on last year's virtual offerings and more. With the COVID-19 pandemic continuing we are closely monitoring theater restrictions, but plan to continue our hybrid online festival presentation while bringing back our opening night street festival. The ever-popular custom awards designed by local artists in the Southern Cascade Woodcrafters Guild will also return in 2022, along with a few new surprises.

The 2022 Klamath Independent Film Festival will once again be held at The Ross Ragland Theater in Klamath Falls, Ore., Sept. 16-18, 2022. Activities will include an opening Friday street festival, a day of feature films on Saturday, and a full slate of shorts on Sunday culminating with our festival awards.

Every on-stage event will be livestreamed, and all films will be available to view on-demand for a limited time after the festival with exclusive filmmaker Q&As online - all thanks to the Eventive Virtual Festival platform. Watch the entire festival from the comfort of home via computer, tablet, phone, Apple TV, or Roku.

Celebrating, growing, and bringing attention to filmmakers is our primary purpose. We program and award Northern and Southern films separately in order to give the greatest opportunity for filmmakers to be seen and recognized for their work. We aim to pass our success back to filmmakers through awards and promotion, both of which increase as our success increases.

KIFF2022 will feature $5,000 in prize money!

Southern films: shot predominantly in, or by residents of Oregon (and California counties on the Oregon/California border):
- Jury Grand Prize Feature $1,000
- Jury Grand Prize Short $600
- Jury Runner Up Short $400
- Jury 2nd Runner Up Short $300
- Jury Best K-12 Student Short $200
Northern films: shot predominantly in, or by residents of the remainder of the State of Oregon:
- Jury Grand Prize Feature $1,000
- Jury Grand Prize Short $600
- Jury Runner Up Short $400
- Jury 2nd Runner Up Short $300
- Jury Best K-12 Student Short $200

All submitters, regardless of whether their film is selected for the festival or not, are entitled to two (2) free Weekend Passes (Saturday/Sunday), in order to bring filmmakers together and encourage them to meet/network/see each other's work!


2022 KIFF TICKET STRUCTURE

Under 18 free

$15 Friday pass – food and drinks available 

$25 Saturday all day

$25 Sunday all day

$40 Weekend pass

$50 Full festival pass (includes livestream access)

$40 LIVESTREAMING PASS

50% off with Klamath Film membership

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BARRING STATE MANDATES OR DRASTIC CHANGES IN CURRENT CIRCUMSTANCES, THE 2022 KLAMATH INDEPENDENT FILM FESTIVAL WILL STILL TAKE PLACE IN SEPT. 16-18 2022 AT THE ROSS RAGLAND THEATER / ONLINE.

If you plan to attend in-person be prepared to:
1) KLAMATH FILM ENCOURAGES EVERYONE TO GET A COVID-19 VACCINE IF YOU HAVE NOT ALREADY DONE SO, AND RECOMMEND THAT ANYONE PLANNING TO ATTEND GETS A COVID TEST WITHIN 72 HOURS PRIOR TO ATTENDING.
2) THE KLAMATH INDEPENDENT FILM FESTIVAL WILL ADHERE TO CURRENT COVID-19 PROTOCOLS AT THE ROSS RAGLAND THEATER AT THE TIME OF THE FESTIVAL.
3) BEFORE FINALIZING PURCHASE OF AN IN-PERSON TICKET EVERY ATTENDEE MUST AGREE TO AND COMPLY WITH A WAIVER LISTING IN DETAIL THIS PUBLISHED COVID-19 POLICY FOR KIFF2022. THOSE WHO REFUSE TO ACCEPT THE WAIVER WILL BE DENIED ENTRY.
For those who do not want to comply with these rules please consider an online pass to enjoy KIFF2022 from the comfort of home.

LODGING RECOMMENDATIONS

FAIRFIELD INN & SUITES (click to visit website)

The Fairfield Inn & Suites is located in downtown Klamath Falls, less than one mile from the Ross Ragland Theater where the festival begins and ends, alongside the banks of Lake Ewauna. It features an indoor pool, gym, business center, breakfast, and more.

15% discount for attendees who call in their reservation and mention the festival.
   
RUNNING Y RANCH RESORT (click to view website)

Running Y Ranch Resort is a full resort community located off Highway 140 West about 15 minutes out of Klamath Falls. Running Y features restaurants, a spa, grocery store, the only Arnold Palmer designed golf course in the state, a covered outdoor ice rink in Winter, and more. Running Y is Klamath's upscale resort experience, but very reasonably priced.

   

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KIFF2022 Schedule

*Street Festival begins at 4 p.m.
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ROSS RAGLAND THEATER
Friday September 16, 2022 - Opening Night Street Party and Film
ROSS RAGLAND THEATER
Saturday September 17, 2022 - Features
ROSS RAGLAND THEATER
Sunday September 18, 2022 - Shorts and Awards
  • 10:30 am - K-12 Student Films
  • "The Great Race"
  • "WHAT News"
  • "Four Tracks"
  • "Fire Season"
  • "11 am - K-12 Student Film Q&A (livestreaming)"
  • 11:30 a.m. - Local Ties Films
  • "Squirrelly Puzzling"
  • "We're Still Here: the termination & restoration of the Klamath Tribes"
  • "Eyes in the Dark"
  • "The Private Dance"
  • "Priest"
  • "12:20 p.m. - Local Ties Block Q&A (livestreaming)"
  • 1:00 p.m. - PTSD Perspective Films
  • "The Ghosts They Carry"
  • "Soldier"
  • "1:45 p.m. - PTSD Perspective Films Panel Discussion (livestreaming)"
  • 2:30 p.m. - Enlightening Experiences Films
  • "You Go Girl!"
  • "Camp Yoshi"
  • "On The Edge"
  • "Catch & Release"
  • "Boarding Schools: Truth, Reckoning & Healing"
  • "1:45 p.m. - Enlightening Experiences Films Group Q&A (livestreaming)"
  • 4:00 p.m. - Twisted Films
  • "Security Plan"
  • "Writer's Retreat"
  • "Shop at the Edge of Town"
  • "After the Beep"
  • "Forfeit"
  • "4:45 p.m. - Twisted Films Group Q&A (livestreaming)"
  • 5:15 p.m. - Funny & Lighthearted Films
  • "Steve & Steve"
  • "Crouching Comic"
  • "It's a Little High Up"
  • "Zombies Like to Watch"
  • "5:45 p.m. - Funny & Lighthearted Films Group Q&A (livestreaming)"
  • 6:15 p.m. - Something Different Films
  • "Vlad & Nick"
  • "Something Different: Puppeteers For Fears"
  • "Bring the Salmon Home"
  • "5:45 p.m. - Something Different Films Group Q&A (livestreaming)"
  • 7:15 pm - KIFF2022 Awards (livestreaming)
  • KIFF2022 Program Details

    ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

    FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16, 2022 - OPENING NIGHT STREET FESTIVAL AND FEATURE FILM "NATIONAL LAMPOON'S ANIMAL HOUSE" + CAST REUNION AND TOGA COSTRUME CONTEST

    *Street Party and films via Friday Pass or Festival Pass. No streaming option for "National Lampoon's Animal House." Includes screening of documentary "Animal House of Blues" and presentation by Animal House Casting Director Katherine Wilson. On-stage toga costume contest and SHOUT dance-off. Film virtual cast reunion following screening."

    OPENING NIGHT KICKOFF PARTY

    *via Festival Pass or Friday Evening Pass only

    4:00pm FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16, 2022 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    Help us kick off KIFF2022 with food trucks, a beer garden, music courtesy Retro Room Records, and the showing of two films: "Animal House of Blues" (making-of documentary) and "National Lampoon's Animal House." Plus a special presentation by Animal House Casting Director Katherine Wilson, and a virtual cast reunion after the film. Meet our sponsors, Klamath Film Board of Directors, and engage our filmmakers about their work.

    There will be meat, veggie, and vegan options courtesy of on-site food trucks. Entry to the street party is covered by a Festival Pass or Friday Pass.

    The street party will be followed by an introduction to the festival and our opening feature film.

    4 pm FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16, 2022 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER (OUTSIDE&LOBBY)

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    A making-of documentary about National Lampoon's Animal House - created by the film's casting director Katherine Wilson originally as an OPB special.

    Directed by Katherine Wilson. Filmed in Eugene, Oregon.

    runtime: 56 min.

    NATIONAL LAMPOON'S ANIMAL HOUSE

    Directed by John Landis - Eugene, OR

    4 pm FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER (OUTSIDE&LOBBY)

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    Considered the greatest comedy of all-time, filmed at the University of Oregon, relive the Delta's.

    Di college experience in the 1960s at Faber College. On-stage toga costume contest and SHOUT dance-off. Virtual cast reunion afterwards. Directed by John Landis. Filmed in Eugene/Cottage Grove in 1977.

    runtime: 1 hour 49 min.

    9:15 p.m. - 44th anniversary NATIONAL LAMPOON'S ANIMAL HOUSE cast reunion (livestreaming)

    ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

    SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 17, 2022 - KIFF2022 FEATURES

    *via Festival Pass, Weekend Pass, Saturday Pass, or online pass

    LOSING ADDISON

    Directed by Martin Bannon Beaudet - Damascus, OR

    10:30 am SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 17, 2022 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    Les McCubbin spent his whole life in his twin brother Addison's shadow. When Addison severs their psychic connection, Les doesn't just lose his brother - he begins to lose himself.

    Directed by Martin Bannon Beaudet. Filmed in Portland, Oregon.

    Film cast/crew Q&A on-stage and livestreaming at 12:00 p.m.

    runtime: 1 hour 30 min.

    YOUTH V. GOV

    Directed by Christi Cooper - Bozeman, MT

    12:30 pm SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 18, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    Kids in Oregon sue the federal government over the impacts climate change.

    Directed by Christi Cooper. Filmed in Euguene, Oregon.

    Director Q&A livestreaming at 2:15 p.m.

    runtime: 1 hour 47 min.

    MAXIE

    Directed by Jarrett Bryant - Eugene, OR

    2:30 pm SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 18, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    Two teens from opposite backgrounds and addicted to drugs, form an unlikely bond as they attempt to get clean.

    Directed by Jarrett Bryant. Filmed in Euguene, Oregon.

    Director Q&A livestreaming at 4:15 p.m.

    runtime: 1 hour 43 min.

    WHO'S ON TOP? LGBTQ SUMMIT MT. HOOD

    Directed by Devin Tau - Portland, OR

    4:30 pm SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 18, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    Members of the LGBTQ community seek to overcome their own physical and mental barriers as they attempt to climb Mt. Hood.

    Directed by Devin Tau. Filmed in Portland, Oregon.

    Director Q&A livestreaming at 5:45 p.m.

    runtime: 1 hour 17 min.

    2 BELOW 0

    Directed by Tim Cash - Bend, OR

    6 pm SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 18, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    Rusty's fiance' left him, and three women in town become jealous over his new girl.

    Directed by Tim Cash. Filmed in Redmond, Oregon.

    Director Q&A livestreaming at 6:45 p.m.

    runtime: 48 min.

    A HURRICANE WITH FIRE

    Directed by Nisha Burton - Medford, OR

    7 pm SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 18, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    Profiling the impacts of 2020 fires in southern Oregon that burned over 2,800 structures in just a few hours.

    Directed by Nisha Burton. Filmed in Phoenix, Talent, Ashland, Oregon.

    Director Q&A livestreaming at 7:45 p.m.

    runtime: 36 min.

    ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

    SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - KIFF2021 SHORTS

    *via Festival Pass, Weekend Pass, Sunday Pass, or online pass

    K-12 STUDENT FILMS

    K-12 Group Q&A at 11 a.m. (livestreaming)

    MONDAY

    Directed by Jonas Southwell - Klamath Falls, OR

    10:30 am SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    Winner of our 2021 Klamath Film Summer Film Camp. A dad prepares for work on Monday morning.

    Directed by Jonas Southwell. Filmed in Klamath Falls, Oregon.

    runtime: 2 min.

    MACGUFFIN

    Directed by Kurt Liedtke - Klamath Falls, OR

    10:30 am SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    Group project by students in the 2021 Klamath Film Summer Film Camp - albeit with some missing footage. Students embark on a quest to find the thing needed to reopen the Ross Ragland Theater. Inspired by the film term that Alfred Hitchcock made famous.

    Directed by Kurt Liedtke. Filmed in Klamath Falls, Oregon.

    runtime: 4 min.

    KATE: DEER COMA GIRL INTO THE LIGHT

    Directed by Kurt Liedtke - Klamath Falls, OR

    10:30 am SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    A girl ends up in a void with her own thoughts and a charming British alter ego. Will she find her way out?

    Directed by Owen Pyle & Signa Fischer. Filmed in Portland, Oregon.

    runtime: 5 min.

    RECIPE FOR BIRDS

    Directed by Deanna Morse - Ashland, OR

    10:30 am SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    Stop-motion student group project highlighting bird behaviors.

    Directed by Deanna Morse. Filmed in Ashland, Oregon.

    runtime: 3 min.

    TOOTH ACHE

    Directed by Bailyn Amos - Klamath Falls, OR

    10:30 am SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    Group student project from Klamath Union High School. Abby's visit to the dentist takes a dark turn.

    Directed by Bailyn Amos. Filmed in Klamath Falls, Oregon.

    runtime: 5 min.

    CLOUD CHAOS

    Directed by Athena Ousley - Ashland, OR

    10:30 am SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    Created by the 2020 KIFF K-12 Student Film winner. A natural community works together to rebuild after the unintended consequences of nature's fury.

    Directed by Athena Ousley. Filmed in Ashland, Oregon.

    runtime: 3 min.

    BURNING UP

    Directed by Ash Williams - Ashland, OR

    10:30 am SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    An interpretive dance of the devastation of the Almeda Fire in 2020.

    Directed by Ash Williams. Filmed in Ashland, Oregon.

    runtime: 3 min.

    TO MY FATHER

    Directed by Signa Fischer - Portland, OR

    10:30 am SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    A daughter talking about a life lesson.

    Directed by Signa Fischer and Owen Pyle. Filmed in Portland and Crater Lake, Oregon.

    runtime: 2 min.

    FAMILY FRIENDLY FILMS

    Family-Friendly Group Q&A at 12 p.m. (livestreaming)

    CHOCOLATE CAKE & ICE CREAM

    Directed by Steve Cowden - Portland, OR

    11:15 am SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    An unlikely friendship turns to love when a dog and cat go through tough times.

    Directed by Steve Cowden. Filmed in Portland, Oregon.

    runtime: 4 min.

    CUBER

    Directed by Morgan Raymond - Portland, OR

    11:15 am SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    Asher is one of the top youth in Oregon at the Rubik's Cube state championships.

    Directed by Morgan Raymond. Filmed in Portland, Oregon.

    runtime: 4 min.

    TOO MUCH CHOW

    Directed by Nathaneal Lathrop - Ashland, OR

    11:15 am SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    An aspiring scientist develops a special dog food recipe for his hungry dog.

    Directed by Nathaneal Lathrop. Filmed in Ashland, Oregon.

    runtime: 5 min.

    JACK THE RADIO: CREATURES

    Directed by Justin Zimmerman - Portland, OR

    11:15 am SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    Music video of an animated comic-book style adventure for the band Jack the Radio.

    Directed by Justin Zimmerman. Filmed in Portland, Oregon.

    runtime: 3 min.

    A HAPPY DISTRACTION

    Directed by Nick Hill - Bozeman, MT

    11:15 am SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    Documenting the trend that is goat yoga from a small Oregon farm to a global phenomenon.

    Directed by Nick Hill. Filmed in Corvallis, Oregon.

    runtime: 14 min.

    ANDANTE MODERATO

    Directed by Zak Margolis - Portland, OR

    11:15 am SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    A beautiful animated travel through time observed through a single window.

    Directed by Zak Margolis. Filmed in Portland, Oregon.

    runtime: 8 min.

    RESILIENT COMMUNITIES FILMS

    Resilient Communities Group Q&A at 1:15 p.m. (livestreaming)

    GUARDIANS OF THE RIVER

    Directed by Shane Anderson - Olympia, WA

    12:15 pm SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    Indigenous leaders share why removing four dams to restore a healthy Klamath River is critical for clean water, food sovereignty and justice.

    Directed by Shane Anderson. Filmed along the Klamath River.

    runtime: 14 min.

    ROOTED IN CULTURE: OREGON'S WILD CAMAS

    Directed by Michelle Alvarado - Portland, OR

    12:15 pm SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    A profile of wild camas as a food source and its cultural importance on Indigenous cultures.

    Directed by Michelle Alvarado. Filmed near John Day, OR.

    runtime: 4 min.

    LA TIENDA (THE SHOP)

    Directed by Karina Ripper - Portland, OR

    12:15 pm SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    Two printers in Portland profle bilingual art through a historic printing press process.

    Directed by Karina Ripper. Filmed in Portland, OR.

    runtime: 7 min.

    AGAIN AND AGAIN

    Directed by Court Ross - Portland, OR

    12:15 pm SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    When a shelter advocate becomes too invested in a domestic violence survivor's safety, she finds they're both navigating a challenging cycle.

    Directed by Court Ross. Filmed in Portland, OR.

    runtime: 12 min.

    THAT WEEK EACH YEAR

    Directed by Lynnette Oostmeyer - Portland, OR

    12:15 pm SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    Youth spend a week at a camp for kids with a specific medical condition.

    Directed by Lynnette Oostmeyer. Filmed in Lake Oswego, OR.

    runtime: 7 min.

    FARM TO FAMILIES

    Directed by Kathy Roselli - Ashland, OR

    12:15 pm SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    Highlighting rural Oregon farms feeding kids and families through food programs.

    Directed by Kathy Roselli. Filmed in Ashland, OR.

    runtime: 10 min.

    QUIRKY & COOL FILMS

    QUIRKY & COOL Group Q&A at 2:45 p.m. (livestreaming)

    GO FISH

    Directed by Josh Brine - Portland, OR

    1:30 pm SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    Charlie, stuck at home with his brother and nursing a broken leg, seeks employment. (Sequel to 2019 KIFF selection "Fish Out of Water.)

    Directed by Josh Brine. Filmed in Portland, OR.

    runtime: 15 min.

    WHITE WHALE

    Directed by Hannah Lilly - Ashland, OR

    1:30 pm SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    A teen musician must decide between his band or attend Berklee College of Music.

    Directed by Hannah Lilly. Filmed in Ashland, OR.

    runtime: 10 min.

    FATHER FIGURE

    Directed by Moriah Doepken - Ashland, OR

    1:30 pm SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    A young priest must decide between an obligation to his church and an obligation to his family.

    Directed by Moriah Doepken. Filmed in Ashland, OR.

    runtime: 14 min.

    BLOOD MONEY

    Directed by Walter King - Eugene, OR

    1:30 pm SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    In the old west it's kill or be-killed in a tense standoff spurred by old grudges.

    Directed by Walter King. Filmed in Bend, OR.

    runtime: 16 min.

    GONE IN A FLASH

    Directed by Justin Zimmerman - Portland, OR

    1:30 pm SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    Jim Choma created flash video, an internet revolution, until it disappeared practically overnight.

    Directed by Justin Zimmerman. Filmed in Miami, FL.

    runtime: 5 min.

    ANOTHER DAY

    Directed by Sommer Martin - Portland, OR

    1:30 pm SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    A short film based on the true experiences of a Black girl growing up in a predominantly white city.

    Directed by Sommer Martin. Filmed in Portland, OR.

    runtime: 11 min.

    COPING WITH THE TIMES FILMS

    COPING WITH THE TIMES Group Q&A at 4 p.m. (livestreaming)

    CONNECTING

    Directed by Melissa Bouwman - Los Angeles, CA

    3 pm SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    After too many Zoom calls during the pandemic, why not get creative?

    Directed by Melissa Bouwman. Filmed in Ashland, OR.

    runtime: 3 min.

    AFTER THE BURN

    Directed by Maia Insinga - Lake Oswego, OR

    3 pm SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    Forest fires have taken away homes, land, and lives, but the after-effects can help fight pollution.

    Directed by Maia Insinga. Filmed in Portland, OR.

    runtime: 6 min.

    DULCE ET DECORUM EST

    Directed by Walter Haussner - Medford, OR

    3 pm SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    A veteran reflects on war experiences as told through a famous WWI poem by Wilfred Owen.

    Directed by Walter Haussner. Filmed in Ashland, OR.

    runtime: 5 min.

    INHERITANCE

    Directed by Shelly Lipkin - Portland, OR

    3 pm SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    Two sisters must face their past to find their future with the spectre of possibly contracting breast cancer.

    Directed by Shelly Lipkin. Filmed in Portland, OR.

    runtime: 11 min.

    BLOOM

    Directed by Joanne Feinberg - Ashland, OR

    3 pm SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    Joan Thorndike has been growing certified organic flowers in Southern Oregon for 28 seasons.

    Directed by Joanne Feinberg. Filmed in Ashland, OR.

    runtime: 4 min.

    SEE ME

    Directed by Dawn Jones Redstone - Portland, OR

    3 pm SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    Daily routines intersect with the turmoil of the world outside as three Black Portlanders go about their day during the COVID shutdown.

    Directed by Dawn Jones Redstone. Filmed in Portland, OR.

    runtime: 22 min.

    SCARY, THRILLING & ODD FILMS

    SCARY, THRILLING & ODD Group Q&A at 4 p.m. (livestreaming)

    MATTERHORN

    Directed by Martin Hilligoss - Los Angeles, CA

    4:15 pm SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    When money is stolen from a diner, a dark chain of events are triggered as two brothers drive through a winter mountain pass.

    Directed by Martin Hilligoss. Filmed in Klamath Falls, OR.

    runtime: 13 min.

    HOLD YOUR BREATH

    Directed by Kameron Gates - Portland, OR

    4:15 pm SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    A masked intruder strikes during a midnight swim on Halloween.

    Directed by Kameron Gates. Filmed in Portland, OR.

    runtime: 13 min.

    ZOMBIE WALK

    Directed by Rollyn Stafford - Portland, OR

    4:15 pm SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    A guy takes his zombie for a walk through post apocalyptic downtown Portland.

    Directed by Rollyn Stafford. Filmed in Portland, OR.

    runtime: 8 min.

    AUGURY

    Directed by Greg Franklin - Central Point, OR

    4:15 pm SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    A man wakes up to find he has written himself three separate letters warning of his own demise.

    Directed by Greg Franklin. Filmed in Medford, OR.

    runtime: 15 min.

    THE TRUNK

    Directed by Ray Nomoto Robison - Medford, OR

    4:15 pm SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    When a young woman finds herself accosted in a parking lot she must use her unique talents to resolve it.

    Directed by Ray Nomoto Robison. Filmed in Medford, OR.

    runtime: 6 min.

    THE TRAVELER

    Directed by Martin Hilligoss - Los Angeles, CA

    4:15 pm SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 - ROSS RAGLAND THEATER

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    a man ventures into the woods to be alone and discovers someone who brings unexpected results.

    Directed by Martin Hilligoss. Filmed in Ashland, OR.

    runtime: 10 min.