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The BoatHouse MicroCinema is a temporary, non-traditional 30-seat screening venue dedicated to promoting Portland filmmakers . Starting in February and running through May of 2017, the BHMC will feature screenings of featured local artists every Wednesday evening, plus additional sporadic events throughout the season.

Calendar

Screenings begin at 8:00, doors open at 7:30.

FEBRUARY

Feb 22:  PORTLAND UNKNOWNS – NEW LOCAL SHORTS curated by BEN POPP

MARCH

March 1:  PDX DOCS: MICHAEL PALMERI & DONAL MOSHER plus ANDREW HINTON

March 3:  ALEX MacKENZIE presents work from the IRIS FILM COLLECTIVE

March 8:  JOANNA PRIESTLY, ZAK MARGOLIS, and ROSE BOND

March 15:  CHRIS FREEMAN, HANNAH PIPER BURNS, and ELIJAH HASAN

March 22:  PDX FILM FATALES-> ALICIA ROSE, LARA GALLAGER, and CAMBRIA MATLOW 

March 29:  VANESSA RENWICK and LORI DAMIANO

APRIL

April 5:  LAURA HEIT, KURTIS HOUGH, and BEN POPP

April 12:  GREAT NOTION FILM COLLECTIVE

April 19: Sense of Place (short film program)

MAY

May 3: Short Stories (short film program)

May 10: PDX DOCS

May 17:  JULIE PERINI, PAM MINTY, JODI DARBY

May 24: BOATHOUSE MADE – A MINI RETROSPECTIVE

tickets

Tickets are a suggested $8 donation and are available at the door.  There are no advanced ticket sales.  Doors open at 7:30pm, shows start at 8:00 unless otherwise noted.  Seating is limited.

Regretfully, the Boathouse Microcinema is not ADA compliant. Please feel free to contact us about questions regarding accessibility, and how we may be able to help.

About

A former fire-boat-station, the Boathouse is a long-running collective artist studio headed by Portland filmmaker Matt McCormick, who along with studio-mate Chris Freeman, will be hosting screenings aimed at bolstering Portland’s independent film community. Screenings will be cozy and informal, with ample time for snacks, drinks, questions and conversation.  The BoatHouse MicroCinema is supported in part by The Precipice Fund, Calligram Foundation, and The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. Special thanks is also due to PICA.