Clinton Street Theater, 2522 Southeast Clinton Street, Portland, OR 97202, United States

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Friday, August 14, 2015 at midnight through Sunday, August 16, 2015 at midnight
midnight through Sunday, August 16 at midnight
With a shared spotlight on Animation, Proof Of Concepts and Transmedia Content Creators as well as Feature length and Shorts we have crafted categories to serve the wide range of New Media content. We will also be offering workshops and presentations to educate and entertain on the art and science of film-making. Participants will be invited to present on their process and have an opportunity to meet and greet the attendees. We will give high educational and networking value to the guests and filmmakers of the festival with clear, direct, truthful information given in the interests of learning to make a living in this industry. Friday evening: August 14th 8pm DAR HE: The Lynching of Emmett Till, is the TRUE STORY crafted from the public record: a transfixing dramatization of the historic interviews and events surrounding the murder that became a lightning rod for moral outrage and pivotal in inspiring a whole generation of young people to commit to social change in the 1950s. In an acting tour de force, one man performs 36 roles in the telling of the Emmett Till tragedy. Experience the story, trial, and unbelievable confessions of those accused of Emmett's murder in this riveting drama. “A masterful performance by Mike Wiley.” –20th Pan African Film Festival. Following this screening, there will be a discussion with special guests Jo Ann Hardesty, President of The NAACP, Portland Chapter, and Adrienne Cabouet, of Black Lives Matter and Don't Shoot Portland. Friday Afternoon: August 14th 4pm SID YIDDISH is a short documentary about a recovering manic depressive whose discovery of performance art saved him from the brink of suicide. Sid may very well be Chicago’s best-studied Tuvan throat singer, and his improv symphonies are well-known underground. He even recently appeared alongside Nick Cannon on national TV, auditioning for America’s Got Talent. As his 50th birthday draws near, Sid (along with his closest friends and fellow performers) reflects on the journey that turned Charles Bernstein, reporter, into Sid Yiddish, performer. The director draws on live performance footage, interviews and situational material to sketch a portrait of a man caught between two lives: Only if Sid can reconcile his past with his present will his 50th birthday party be a success. Friday August 14th 5:15pm THE GIRL WHO LOVED ANIMALS The story of teenage activist Kitty Jones and her fight for animal rights. We see Kitty as she speaks out in defense of animals, volunteers at a cat neutering clinic, hands out vegan recipes at farmer's markets and gives her time to the rescued animals at the Precious Life Animal Sanctuary in Washington State. August 15th 3pm ONE HUNDRED MULES WALKING THE LOS ANGELES AQUEDUCT Artbound travels with artist Lauren Bon and the Metabolic Studio as they perform 'One Hundred Mules Walking the Los Angeles Aqueduct,' a commemorative artist action to reconnect Los Angeles to its water supply by walking the entire 240-mile route of the Los Angeles Aqueduct with a team of 100 hundred mules. The action marked the 100-year anniversary of the completion of the Los Angeles Aqueduct, which started bringing water from the Owens Valley to Los Angeles on Nov. 5, 1913. August 15th 6pm THE SHATTERED MIND, based in New York, is a psychodrama/surreal story about a hard-of-hearing teenager who juggles with family, peers and culture conflicts, while in search of her own sexual and identity freedom, and self-realization. August 15th 8pm LAND OF LEOPOLD Leopold Rawlins is a troubled drifter suffering from a bad past and worse present. Living in & out of prison and out on the streets, Leopold winds up being deemed insane by the state and sent to the Milton Way House. Searching for redemption, Leopold uncovers new unlikely friends and an adventure that tests his limits.
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Sunday, August 30, 2015 from 7-9pm
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Surreal character study focusing on the friendship between two male hustlers, Mike and Scott, in Portland, Oregon. They live on the streets, do drugs, and sell themselves to men and women. Mike is quiet, gay and suffers from narcolepsy. Abandoned as a child, he is obsessed with finding his long-lost mother. Scott is the rebellious son of a high-ranking family, who lives this life mostly to embarrass his father. Mike is in love with Scott, who still maintains he is straight and insists that his wild lifestyle on the streets is only temporary. Together, they embark on a quest to find Mike's mother, traveling from Portland to Idaho to Italy, with Scott picking up a beautiful girl along the way The film is sponsored by the Sex Worker's Outreach Coalition (SWOC) www.pdxswoc.org and benefits STROLL http://portlandstroll.tumblr.com/. The Clinton Street Theater Sex Worker series celebrates the accomplishments of sex worker film and video makers by screening relevant works about sex workers and the sex industries from around the world. The films focus on sex workers' rights; organizing efforts and working conditions for strippers; global sex work and sex work as a labor issue on the international agenda; sex workers as artists; queer sex workers; sex work and gender identities; portraits of strippers, prostitutes, doms, madams and more. .
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Thursday, September 10, 2015 from 7-9pm
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Arresting Power: Resisting Police Violence in Portland, Oregon documents the history of conflict between the Portland police and community members throughout the past fifty years. The film features personal stories of resistance told by victims of police misconduct, the families of people who were killed by police, and members of Portland’s reform and abolition movements. Utilizing meditative footage taken at sites of police violence, experimental filmmaking techniques, and archival newsreel, Arresting Power creates a space for understanding the impacts of police violence and imagining a world without police. KBOO and the Clinton Street Theater have partnered to bring you a monthly film series about....well, it could be about radio, or about anyone of the many programs that KBOO airs--politics, labor, human rights, and, of course, lots of music. A new film or event every second Thursday of the month, so stayed tuned to the radio and check back on the website, because you never know what might be happening month to month.
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Thursday, September 17, 2015 from 7-9pm
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Who Is Gil Scott-Heron? is a film by BAFTA nominated film makers Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard. Seeking to answer the question in the title, Who Is Gil Scott-Heron? is a portrait seen through the eyes of those who loved Gil, his friends, his family, and the musicians he played with. A 10 minute excerpt of the film – along with Richard Russell’s full album sleeve notes and exclusive photography – is available to view right now via the newly-redesigned www.gilscottheron.net. All attending the theatrical screenings receive a free download card to go on the XL Recordings website and download Gil Scott-Heron’s last record ‘Nothing New’ for free! For more information, check out the website. We Reel Cool: The new Jazz series at the Clinton Street Theater.. Every month a new film about jazz--might be a documentary, concert video, or narrative feature. We'll have guest speakers and live music, too. Stay tuned.
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Thursday, October 8, 2015 from 7-9pm
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The Beatles--the world's most famous rock and roll band--travel from their home town of Liverpool to London to perform in a television broadcast. Along the way they must rescue Paul's unconventional grandfather from various misadventures and drummer Ringo goes missing just before the crucial concert. KBOO and the Clinton Street Theater have partnered to bring you a monthly film series about....well, it could be about radio, or about anyone of the many programs that KBOO airs--politics, labor, human rights, and, of course, lots of music. A new film or event every second Thursday of the month, so stayed tuned to the radio and check back on the website, because you never know what might be happening month to month.
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Tuesday, October 13, 2015 from 7-9pm
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JACO' tells the story of Jaco Pastorius, a self-taught, larger-than-life musician who changed the course of modern music. Never-before-seen archive unveils the story of Jaco's life, his music, his demise, and the lasting victory of artistic genius. Directed by Stephen Kijak and Paul Marchand and produced by Metallica bassist, and Pastorius fan Robert Trujillo. We Reel Cool: The new Jazz series at the Clinton Street Theater.. Every month a new film about jazz--might be a documentary, concert video, or narrative feature. We'll have guest speakers and live music, too. Stay tuned.
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Sunday, October 18, 2015 from 7-9pm
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INSIDE HER SEX is a thought-provoking, feature-length documentary that explores female sexuality and shame through the eyes and experiences of three women from different walks of life, each brave enough to chart her own course of sexual discovery. Through the varied, candid and intensely personal stories of these three women this film will delve to the core of their sexuality to the deep, intimate, explosive, powerful place that is INSIDE HER SEX. The Clinton Street Theater Sex Worker series celebrates the accomplishments of sex worker film and video makers by screening relevant works about sex workers and the sex industries from around the world. The films focus on sex workers' rights; organizing efforts and working conditions for strippers; global sex work and sex work as a labor issue on the international agenda; sex workers as artists; queer sex workers; sex work and gender identities; portraits of strippers, prostitutes, doms, madams and more.
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Saturday, February 21, 2015 from 7-9pm
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"Spike Lee's "Malcolm X" is one of the great screen biographies, celebrating the whole sweep of an American life that began in sorrow and bottomed out on the streets and in prison before its hero reinvented himself. Denzel Washington stands at the center of the film, in a performance of enormous breadth. He never seems to be trying for an effect, and yet he is always convincing; he seems as natural in an early scene, clowning through a railroad club car with ham sandwiches, as in a later one, holding audiences spellbound on streetcorners, in churches, on television and at Harvard. He is as persuasive early in the film, wearing a zoot suit and prowling the nightclubs of Harlem, as later, disappearing into a throng of pilgrims to Mecca. Washington is a congenial, attractive actor, and so it is especially effective to see how he shows the anger in Malcolm, the unbending dogmatic side.... Spike Lee is not only one of the best filmmakers in America, but one of the most crucially important, because his films address the central subject of race. He doesn't use sentimentality or political cliches, but shows how his characters live, and why. Empathy has been in short supply in our nation recently. But maybe times are changing. Every Lee film is an exercise in empathy. He is not interested in congratulating the black people in his audience, or condemning the white ones. He puts human beings on the screen, and asks his audience to walk a little while in their shoes." See trailer: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=2rfaiu8DbRs
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Sunday, February 22, 2015 from 7-9pm
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"Spike Lee's "Malcolm X" is one of the great screen biographies, celebrating the whole sweep of an American life that began in sorrow and bottomed out on the streets and in prison before its hero reinvented himself. Denzel Washington stands at the center of the film, in a performance of enormous breadth. He never seems to be trying for an effect, and yet he is always convincing; he seems as natural in an early scene, clowning through a railroad club car with ham sandwiches, as in a later one, holding audiences spellbound on streetcorners, in churches, on television and at Harvard. He is as persuasive early in the film, wearing a zoot suit and prowling the nightclubs of Harlem, as later, disappearing into a throng of pilgrims to Mecca. Washington is a congenial, attractive actor, and so it is especially effective to see how he shows the anger in Malcolm, the unbending dogmatic side.... Spike Lee is not only one of the best filmmakers in America, but one of the most crucially important, because his films address the central subject of race. He doesn't use sentimentality or political cliches, but shows how his characters live, and why. Empathy has been in short supply in our nation recently. But maybe times are changing. Every Lee film is an exercise in empathy. He is not interested in congratulating the black people in his audience, or condemning the white ones. He puts human beings on the screen, and asks his audience to walk a little while in their shoes." See trailer: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=2rfaiu8DbRs
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Wednesday, March 4, 2015 from 7-9:30pm
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KBOO is very pleased to invite you to an evening with David Barsamian, Wednesday, March 4, 7:00-9:30 pm, at the Clinton Street Theater, 2522 SE Clinton street, Portland. Admission suggested:$10-20, with no one turned away for lack of funds. All proceeds benefit KBOO.FM. One of America's most tireless and wide-ranging investigative journalists, David Barsamian has altered the independent media landscape, both with his weekly radio show Alternative Radio -now in its 29th year- and his books with Noam Chomsky, Eqbal Ahmad, Howard Zinn, Tariq Ali, Richard Wolff, Arundhati Roy and Edward Said. His latest book of interviews with Noam Chomsky is Power Systems: Conversations on Global Democratic Uprisings and the New Challenges to U.S. Empire. His best-selling books with Chomsky have been translated into many languages. He lectures on world affairs, imperialism, capitalism, propaganda, the media, the economic crisis and global rebellions. David is winner of the Media Education Award, the ACLU's Upton Sinclair Award for independent journalism, and the Cultural Freedom Fellowship from the Lannan Foundation. The Institute for Alternative Journalism named him one of its Top Ten Media Heroes. He is the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center. An evening with David Barsamian is always enlightening, entertaining and surprising. He will be on hand to answer questions and sign books after his lecture. Come join KBOO for this exciting event!
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Thursday, May 14, 2015 from 7-9pm
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a benefit for KBOO and the Sunnyside Elementary. Drawing from ancient knowledge and cutting edge science, Symphony of the Soil is an artistic exploration of the miraculous substance soil. By understanding the elaborate relationships and mutuality between soil, water, the atmosphere, plants and animals, we come to appreciate the complex and dynamic nature of this precious resource. The film also examines our human relationship with soil, the use and misuse of soil in agriculture, deforestation and development, and the latest scientific research on soil’s key role in ameliorating the most challenging environmental issues of our time. Filmed on four continents, featuring esteemed scientists and working farmers and ranchers, Symphony of the Soil is an intriguing presentation that highlights possibilities of healthy soil creating healthy plants creating healthy humans living on a healthy planet.
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Monday, June 1, 2015 from 7-9pm
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Suggested donation of $5-10 No one turned away for lack of funds! All ages, open to the public & disability affirmative! Join us for a film screening and thoughtful discussion about political repression in U.S. history. "COINTELPRO 101" is a one hour film documentary, produced by The Freedom Archives, explaining an illegal FBI program coined as the Counter Intelligence Program (COINTELPRO), spearheaded by J. Edgar Hoover, that targeted revolutionary struggles such as the Black Liberation, American Indian, [email protected], Puerto Rican Independence and anti-war/student movements of the 60’s and 70’s. We will start the film with a brief presentation of ongoing local work and the film will end with a brief Q&A session about the film and the legacy of COINTELPRO. Co-sponsored by KBOO Community Radio 90.7fm, Critical Resistance Portland, Oregon Jericho, Freedom Archives, The Clinton Street Theater, PM Press, Portland ABC CLINTON STREET THEATER, PORTLAND ANARCHIST BLACK CROSS & PM PRESS PRESENT
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Friday, June 5, 2015 from 7-8:30pm
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The locally produced, award winning documentary Arresting Power- Resisting Police Violence in Portland, Oregon will screen at the Clinton Street Theater on Friday, June 5 at 7:00pm, and Saturday, June 6 at 7:00pm Tickets are $5-10 sliding scale. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. Since its release in January 2015, the film has screened at dozens of theaters, community spaces, churches, film festivals, universities and other venues in the Pacific Northwest and nationally. Reviewers have called the film “an acute and compassionate look at the realities of police brutality in Portland, Oregon” and that it communicates its timely message with “artful clarity.” Arresting Power won second place for the John Michaels Award for Social Justice Films at the Big Muddy Film Festival in Carbondale, Illinois and the Alliance for Community Media Best of the Northwest Award for Best Documentary. Arresting Power provides a historical and political analysis of the role of the police in contemporary society and the history of policing in the United States. It provides a framework for understanding the systems of social control in Portland with its history of exclusion laws, racial profiling, gentrification practices and policing along lines of race and class. It serves to uncover Portland’s unique history of police relations and community response. Arresting Power features interviews with the families of people who were killed by Portland police, victims of police misconduct, local historians and community organizers. Utilizing archival newsreel from the Oregon Historical Society’s moving image archive, the film explores the history of police reform and abolition movements that have been active throughout the past 50 years, and introduces viewers to community leaders and organizations including Walidah Imarisha, author of the Oregon Black History Timeline, JoAnn Hardesty and Rev. Dr. LeRoy Haynes of the Albina Ministerial Alliance Coalition for Justice & Police Reform, and Kent Ford of the Portland Chapter of the Black Panther Party. 0 sliding scale. No one will be turned away for lack of funds
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Sunday, June 7, 2015 from 4:30-6pm
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The locally produced, award winning documentary Arresting Power- Resisting Police Violence in Portland, Oregon will screen at the Clinton Street Theater Sunday, June 7 at 3:00pm. Tickets are $5-10 sliding scale. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. On Sunday, June 7, at 4:30pm, after the final screening, there will be a panel discussion entitled Building Resistance, which will include members of the Portland chapter of the All African People’s Revolutionary Party, the Albina Ministerial Alliance Coalition for Justice and Police Reform and the African Hip Hop Caravan. The discussion will explore the diversity of tactics, ideologies and the tension between revolution and reform in the historic fight for autonomy and community control. The panel is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be provided. Since its release in January 2015, the film has screened at dozens of theaters, community spaces, churches, film festivals, universities and other venues in the Pacific Northwest and nationally. Reviewers have called the film “an acute and compassionate look at the realities of police brutality in Portland, Oregon” and that it communicates its timely message with “artful clarity.” Arresting Power won second place for the John Michaels Award for Social Justice Films at the Big Muddy Film Festival in Carbondale, Illinois and the Alliance for Community Media Best of the Northwest Award for Best Documentary. Arresting Power provides a historical and political analysis of the role of the police in contemporary society and the history of policing in the United States. It provides a framework for understanding the systems of social control in Portland with its history of exclusion laws, racial profiling, gentrification practices and policing along lines of race and class. It serves to uncover Portland’s unique history of police relations and community response. Arresting Power features interviews with the families of people who were killed by Portland police, victims of police misconduct, local historians and community organizers. Utilizing archival newsreel from the Oregon Historical Society’s moving image archive, the film explores the history of police reform and abolition movements that have been active throughout the past 50 years, and introduces viewers to community leaders and organizations including Walidah Imarisha, author of the Oregon Black History Timeline, JoAnn Hardesty and Rev. Dr. LeRoy Haynes of the Albina Ministerial Alliance Coalition for Justice & Police Reform, and Kent Ford of the Portland Chapter of the Black Panther Party.
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Thursday, June 11, 2015 from 7-9pm
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Sonia Ferreira and Wilker Flores live and breathe hardcore rock and roll. They run the Okutiuka orphanage in the war-ravaged city of Huambo, Angola and dream of mounting the first-ever national rock concert. Raucous and righteous, DEATH METAL ANGOLA follows their story, giving audiences a look at a rock show off the grid that is fulfilling, haunting, and real.
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Thursday, July 9, 2015 from 7-9pm
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Ivanhoe "Ivan" Martin is a poor Jamaican man in search of a job. He leaves his rural home, after his grandmother dies, to live with his impoverished mother in Kingston. He meets Jose, who takes him to see a Spaghetti Western. With dreams of becoming a successful Reggae singer, a young Jamaican man finds corruption from his record producers and the drug pushers they're connected to. Rather than fail his dreams Ivan lets nothing stand in his way, not even the law. THE HARDER THEY COME Director: Perry Henzell Country: Jamaica Year: 1972 Runtime: 120 minutes KBOO and the Clinton Street Theater have partnered to bring you a monthly film series about....well, it could be about radio, or about anyone of the many programs that KBOO airs--politics, labor, human rights, and, of course, lots of music.
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12
2015
Thursday
Aug
13
2015
Friday
Aug
14
2015
Saturday
Aug
15
2015