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Production Job Posting

From local Portland company Muse Storytelling; Muse is looking for a top-notch StoryFinder–somebody exceptional at research, talking to people, and finding the best characters for their film productions. If this sounds like it’s the right fit for you, find the full listing on

WIF Member/Filmmaker Heather Harlow at POWFest 2015

Women In Film Portland member Heather Harlow’s recent short film, The Punishing Business, had the honor of the opening slot for the feature film The Sisterhood of Night at the Portland Oregon Women’s Film Festival this month. POWFest showcases the work of female filmmakers by honoring pioneers and providing support for the next generation. Tara Johnson-Medinger, Executive Director of POWFest […]

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Q & A with Portland Doc Summit’s Andrew Zinnes

What is the genesis, or backstory, of why you present documentary summits? I am the author of a series of books called The Guerilla Film Makers Handbooks – one of which is The Documentary Filmmakers Handbook. The series is Q&A style that asks industry professionals the top questions one would need to know about that […]



Join many of Portland’s top non-fiction professionals as they discuss the important issues surrounding the industry. Topics include: storytelling to help raise money, storytelling in production, transmedia storytelling, branded and advocacy storytelling and new distribution models. Come network and get inspired! Presenters (more to be added): Irene Taylor Brodsky: Vermillion Pictures Jon Betz: Collective Eye […]