We are extremely proud of our filmmakers. Here are some highlights of what they’ve been up to this summer.
Filmmaker Jeff Cogan won an Accolade Global Film Competition award for his doc, Daniel Friederich, Luthier d’Art.
Sue Arbuthnot’s Dryland screened at the historic Alger Theater in Lakeview, Oregon, in a special event sponsored by sponsored by Playa, Oregon Cultural Trust, Libraries of Eastern Oregon, Oregon Film Office, National Endowment for the Arts, Lakeview Chamber of Commerce, Lake County Libraries, and others.
Red Father director Tova Beck-Friedman curated a screening of experimental documentaries at the Anthology Film Archive in New York.
Beyond the Divide director Jan Selby received confirmation that American Public Television will be distributing “Beyond the Divide” to PBS stations nationwide this fall. More details coming soon.
Brian Lindstrom’s Mothering Inside received the Best Documentary award at the Oregon Independent Film Festival. (And back in April, the film took the Audience Award for Best Short Documentary at the Ashland Independent Film Festival.)
American Native, produced by Corey Bobker and directed by Steven Oritt, screened at the Harlem International Film Festival.
Dryland will screen in Butte, Montana, in the inaugural Covellite International Film Festival.
Jeff Cogan’s documentary, Daniel Friederich, Luthier d’Art will screen at the Woodstock Museum Film Festival in New York.