Arts and Culture

Behind the Screen on 01/28/10

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Thu, 01/28/2010 - 11:30am - 12:00pm

On this month's episode of "Behind the Screen", Natalie Butto hosts a live roundtable program about the state/future of the film industry in Oregon.

Snow Falling On Cedars & Japanese Internment

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Stage and Studio
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Tue, 01/26/2010

Dmae Roberts focuses on Japanese American internment experience through the production of "Snow Falling On Cedars" at Portland Center Stage. She talks with Bruce Locke, an actor from the show, Tim DuRoche, outreach director and Henry Sakamoto of the Oregon Nikkei Legacy Center.

This is a special membership drive edition of the show. We still have tickets to offer to Portland Center Stage and Oregon Shakespeare Festival if you want to become a member for $120 or more.

21:14 minutes (19.44 MB)

Behind the Screen visits the Governor's Office of Film and Television

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Thu, 12/24/2009

Behind the Screen wraps up 2009 with a visit to the Governor's Office of Film and Television annual meeting.  S.W. Conser talks with Oregon Film Office director Vince Porter about subsidies for emerging filmmakers, and Natalie Butto checks in with award-winner Pam Berrian of the City of Eugene's Telecommunications Program and the Eugene International Film Festival.

Also featured: Favorite stories of the past year, including the Filmusik live cinema performances, and International Home Movie Day.

26:25 minutes (10.59 MB)

Stage and Studio on 01/26/10

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Stage and Studio
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Tue, 01/26/2010 - 11:00am - 11:30am

Dmae Roberts focuses on Japanese American internment experience through the production of "Snow Falling On Cedars" at Portland Center Stage. She talks with Bruce Locke, an actor from the show, Tim DuRoche, outreach director and Henry Sakamoto of the Oregon Nikkei Legacy Center.

Movin' On playlist for 01/22/2010

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Movin' On
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01/22/2010

This week Laurie feaures a special remembering the late Kate McGarrigle. McGarrigle--best known for her recordings with sister Anna and a folk music career that spanned four decades from the early '70's--passed away  Monday at 63. 

Music was a constant element in McGarrigle's life, from the family get-togethers of her childhood on down to her own children, the musicians Rufus and Martha Wainwright. She earned critical acclaim throughout her life for both her lovely voice and her songwriting: the sisters' songs were also covered by other big names like Linda Ronstadt and Maria Muldaur. 

Movin' On on 01/22/10

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Movin' On
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Fri, 01/22/2010 - 12:00pm - 1:30pm
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Special--Remembering Kate McGarrigle

This week Laurie feaures a special remembering the late Kate McGarrigle. McGarrigle--best known for her recordings with sister Anna and a folk music career that spanned four decades from the early '70's--passed away  Monday at 63. 

Music was a constant element in McGarrigle's life, from the family get-togethers of her childhood on down to her own children, the musicians Rufus and Martha Wainwright. She earned critical acclaim throughout her life for both her lovely voice and her songwriting: the sisters' songs were also covered by other big names like Linda Ronstadt and Maria Muldaur. 

Kualoa Ranch - LOST TV show

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Stage and Studio
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Tue, 01/19/2010

Dmae Roberts visits Kualoa Ranch where much of the hit series LOST is filmed. Kualoa Ranch was sold in 1850  by King Kamehameha III to the Judd family whose descendants still run the ranch as a working cattle ranch and tourist destination. The pristine and awe-inspiring location has been the site for TV shows and films since the 70s. The most recent were Jurassic Park and the hit show LOST. Dmae prepared this audio tour of the rance with co-owner and Operations Director Dave Morgan.

Photos: Courtesy of Richard Jensen

9:00 minutes (8.25 MB)

Dancer Minh Tran & Tour of LOST sites in Hawaii

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Stage and Studio
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Mon, 01/18/2010

Host Dmae Roberts talks with Dance and Choreographer Minh Tran about his final performance "KISS" which chronicles his coming out as an Asian gay man which is still controversial in the Asian community. And in the second part of the show, Dmae visits Kualoa Ranch where much of the hit series LOST is filmed. 

*Minh Tran's "KISS" was commissioned by White Bird Dance for their "Uncaged Series" and will be performed in a two-part bill with Tere Mathern in the round at the World Forestry Center. Here's a video of Tran describing his performance.

27:30 minutes (25.18 MB)

Stage and Studio on 01/19/10

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Stage and Studio
Air date: 
Tue, 01/19/2010 - 11:00am - 11:30am

Host Dmae Roberts talks with Dance and Choreographer Minh Tran about his final performance "KISS" which chronicles his coming out as an Asian gay man which is still controversial in the Asian community. And in the second part of the show, Dmae visits Kualoa Ranch where much of the hit series LOST is filmed. 

*Minh Tran's "KISS" was commissioned by White Bird Dance for their "Uncaged Series" and will be performed in a two-part bill with Tere Mathern in the round at the World Forestry Center. Here's a video of Tran describing his performance.

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