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Nov. 10th @ 6pm Tower Theatre,$12/$14 at door
"The Mask You Live In" (Sundance, 2015) follows boys and young men as they struggle to stay true to themselves while negotiating America’s narrow definition of masculinity.
Kick-Off party goers will see feature film clips on the big screen, get a first peek at the Official Film Guide, and more.
This year’s Jury is one of our best. We couldn’t be happier that they agreed to join us in celebrating films, filmmakers, and our town.
We’re excited to announce the opening night film and the full film line up, as well as pass and ticket sale details for our 12th annual festival.
September 28, 5:30 pm
Tin Pan Theater
Tickets at the door.
To celebrate Atelier 6's Edward S. Curtis Exhibit, BendFilm is co-hosting to screenings of the award-winning documentary about Edward's Story, "Coming to Light".
The second screening is October 3, 4 pm
Madras Performing Arts Center / 541.475.4327 / Free Admission (donations accepted)
About the film:
The award-winning documentary, "Coming to Light", tells the dramatic story of the life of Edward S. Curtis, his creation of his monumental work, and his changing views of the people he set out to document. More importantly, the film gives Indian people a voice in the discussion of Curtis images. Hopi, Navajo, Cupig, Blackfeet, Piegan, Suquamish and Kwakiutl people, many of them descended from Curtis’s photographic subjects, tell stories about the people in the photographs, and discuss the meaning of the images from their own perspectives.
More on Atelier 6's Edward Curtis Exhibit here.
Karen Cammack is a Bend, Oregon native with a zest for life and a passion for photography.
We met up with Jared Rasic between movies to ask him about his role as a BendFilm screener.
Now in its fourth year, the Independent Women for Independent Film, or Indie Women movement, continues to grow and sustain our BendFilm Awards Program.
WONDER was a win for Bend’s indie-film fans and filmmakers alike.
BendFilm celebrates the brave voice of independent cinema through films, lectures and education.