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Regular events With so many open mics, readings, and other literary events happening in Portland, it’s good to have a guide to the ones you can count on. m. This series, called “Comma,” is organized by local polymath Kirsten Rian—she’s a fine artist, writer, photographer, teacher, and rock and roller—and showcases 2 regional authors each month. This event is followed by an open mic, if you want to be a regional writer too. First Wednesdays Blackbird Wine—Atomic Cheese 4323 NE Fremont St. indd 47 47 9/29/11 10:31 AM One of our stellar literary magazines, the Oregon Literary Review, hosts readings and other performances from area writers, musicians, and storytellers.
This school offers a broad curriculum of filmmaking, screenwriting, and similar classes that can lead to a certificate of film study. The film center also houses a media arts resource center, and happily for the rest of us, it is also a terrific conduit of current and classic art and foreign films. Costs for classes vary depending on length and topic. Call the center for more information on tuition. Every year the center sponsors 3 major festivals: the Portland International Film Festival (see Film Events); the Northwest Film and Video Festival featuring work by regional filmmakers, animators, and cinematographers; and Young People’s Film and Video Festival.
Clinton Street Theater 2522 SE Clinton St. com This lively theater is ground zero for the Portland underground film scene— it actually sponsors PUFF, the Portland Underground Film Festival—every spring. But in addition to its cinematic avant-garde, it also shows family favorites such as Ace Ventura, Pet Detective. You can just never tell what you’ll find. Tickets are $6; $5 for students; $4 for seniors; matinees are $4; and on Tuesday, all shows are $4. If you can find appropriate material, children can see films for $3.