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Oregon Independent Film Festival News


The Oregon Independent Film Festival (OIFF) is bringing our collection of new independent films again this year from September 22nd - 28th, 2015 to Portland and other cities across Oregon.


With festival screenings and events in Portland at The Clinton Street Theater and at the Bijou and Metro cinemas in Eugene, with more surprise screening stops to be announced.

The Oregon Independent Film Festival features over 70 films from 11 countries, screened over two weeks in independent cinemas across the great state of Oregon, USA.

2015 Oregon Film Festival Program Guide

Oregon Film Festival Highlights:

The Resurrection of Jake The Snake Roberts

In the late 80s, Jake the Snake Roberts was among the most famous professional wrestlers in the world. His talent was undeniable, and the giant snakes he threw upon his opponents… unforgettable. 30 years later, Roberts has lost his family and his fortune to his reckless lifestyle.

The Bonobo Connection - feat. Ashley Judd

The Bonobo Connection is a documentary about one of our closest and most endangered relatives, the bonobo ape. Narrated by Ashley Judd.

Laura Gets Adopted - feat. Laura Kightlinger

When a couple of swingers decide to fill the void in their lives by adopting a much older child, they’re in for a hellride of inexplicable magnitude.

Letters From Generation RX - feat. Tilda Swinton

Oscar winner Tilda Swinton narrates the stories of real people whose experiences on prescription psychotropic drugs didn’t align with the official narratives.

BLADFOLD: The Story of Brad Nixon

Bladfold is an animated musical documentary that tells the true story of a dyslexic young Republican who became the leader of a controversial sect of Buddhism in the 1970’s.

Suit of Lights

The passing soul of a famous Mexican matador is hijacked by a trio of misfits and ushered through a mythical American West.

Patterson’s Wager

In this amazing feature-length fiction film we follow Charles and the drama that develops as he may have acquired the unpredictable ability to see two minutes into the future.

When Giants Fall

This documentary looks into the cruel business of the ivory trade is a cruel business. Every 15 minutes an elephant is killed for its ivory.


This feature-length documentary shows what happens when the punk bank NOFX tours the world.

The Oregon Independent Film Festival is pleased to have our Portland, Oregon screenings at the Clinton Street Theater, and to be hosted in Eugene at the legendary Bijou Metro Theaters.

The OIFF Film Festival Program Guide with film schedule including specific film & event tickets on-sales will be published and available online NOW.

Check back for festival and event updates, as we approach the festival opening day.

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The Oregon Independent Film Festival’s legendary Documentary Program is accepting submissions. Pre-sale tickets are available soon.



Submit your Feature Length Screenplay, Short Screenplay, or Teleplay to our Screenplay Competition to be eligible for awards and prizes.


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Submit your film today for the Oregon Independent FIlm Festival. All styles, film lengths, and genres are welcome to apply for selection.



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