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Northwest Film Center programs

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The 36th Northwest Film & Video Festival is ongoing at the NWFC.  Some of the shorts are one minute, all are just a few minutes.  The films are by Northwest film-makers, and are generally on topics and locations of interest in our area.

The Lens on China series continues there as well.  China is undergoing great changes, with one foot back in the Maoist "Red China" of the past, and one foot in the 21st Century.  These films reflect the changing face of China, through documentary and fiction.  A wonderful series for anyone wondering what the world will be like when China is the world's dominant power.  No guarantees, of course, beyond a chance to see some good movies.

Out Loud focuses on our talent, our health, and our stories.

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Out Loud
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Tue, 11/10/2009

Out Loud focuses on our talent, our health, and our stories.

Max Voltage, from Pants-Off Productions, talks about Homomentum: a monthly queer cabaret. Homomentum takes over the Egyptian Room Saturday Nov 14th. This month's Timewarp Talent Show will showcase queer dance & performance-art, with tons of glitter and fabulousness. Homomentum: doors at 7pm, show at 8pm, dance party at 10pm. Cost $5-7 sliding scale. This is a 21+  event.

58:32 minutes (33.49 MB)

Mixed: The Politics of Hybrid Identities

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Stage and Studio
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Tue, 11/10/2009

Dmae Roberts talks with Kimberly Brodkin, director of the 6th annual Ray Warren Multicultural Symposium at Lewis & Clark College, Nov. 11-13.  This year the topic is "Mixed: The Politics of Hybrid Identities." 

11:23 minutes (10.42 MB)

Tears of Joy's Rumplestilskin

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Stage and Studio
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Tue, 11/10/2009

Dmae Roberts talks with longtime friend of the theatre scene...Sharon Whitney. She's joined by Janet Bradley of Tears of Joy Theatre to talk about the play "Rumplestiltskin."  Sharon wrote the adaptation and talks about the process as well as her new projects. 

14:15 minutes (13.05 MB)

KBOO COMMUNITY CALENDAR TUESDAY November 10th 2009

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Tue, 11/10/2009

KBOO COMMUNITY CALENDAR TUESDAY November 10th 2009

This is Paula with the KBOO Community Calendar for Tuesday, November 10th 2009.

Today from 10 am to 5 pm, visit the Portland Art Museum for the Joseph Park exhibit. There you can view six of the artist’s oil paintings inspired by film noir and animation.

 

 

http://portlandartmuseum.org/exhibitions/series/APEX/APEX-Joseph-Park

 

 

1:57 minutes (1.79 MB)

Out Loud on 11/10/09

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Out Loud
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Tue, 11/10/2009 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm
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Out Loud focuses on our talent, our health, and our stories.

Out Loud focuses on our talent, our health, and our stories.

Max Voltage, from Pants-Off Productions, talks about Homomentum: a monthly queer cabaret. Homomentum takes over the Egyptian Room Saturday Nov 14th. This month's Timewarp Talent Show will showcase queer dance & performance-art, with tons of glitter and fabulousness. Homomentum: doors at 7pm, show at 8pm, dance party at 10pm. Cost $5-7 sliding scale. This is a 21+  event. The E Room is wheelchair accessible.

Carla speaks with Molly Franks and Kim Toves from the Multnomah County Health Department.

November 9 Old Mole Variety Hour

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Mon, 11/09/2009

 

This Old Mole episode is hosted by Denise Morris (pictured here), and features discussions of how the system limits the actions of Presidents; two movies about mothers and sons; whether "Hell is other people" (as a  line in Sartre's play No Exit has it); and whether the right to marry is what LGBT people should be fighting for.

55:56 minutes (32 MB)

Is Hell Other People?

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Mon, 11/09/2009

Jean-Paul Sartre's play "No Exit" is playing at Imago Theater, across the street  from KBOO, through November 15.  Here are Clayton Morgareidge's thoughts about what we can learn from it and it's famous line, "Hell is other people."  You can read the text of this  commentary here.  

8:54 minutes (5.1 MB)

Stage and Studio on 11/10/09

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Stage and Studio
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Tue, 11/10/2009 - 11:00am - 11:30am

 Dmae Roberts talks with longtime friend of the theatre scene...Sharon Whitney. She's joined by Janet Bradley of Tears of Joy Theatre to talk about the play Sharon's written "Rumplestiltskin."  And in the second half, Kimberly Brodkin tells us about the Multicultural Symposium at Lewis & Clark College.

Antichrist & Wild Things

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Mon, 11/09/2009

 Our Movie Moles Frann Michel and Jan Haaken give their psychoanalytic take on two current  films dealing with the  theme of mothers and sons: Antichrist, by the Danish director Lars von Trier; and Where the Wild Things  Are, directed by Spike Jonze.  Find out here which one they think you should see!

13:34 minutes (7.77 MB)
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