Ok Mercury Retrograde. 2nd time this website has deleted my post. Suffice to say that Ch. 2 has been finished, though by no means able to be practiced as the nature of all the set up settings require vastly different media-- and it seems that I won't be able to figure much of this out until I'm out on a job... Read More >>
OREGON FILMMAKERS AND FILM PROFESSIONALS
While Oregon is not thought of by many as a "hot spot" for film, the fact is that this state's natural beauty, diversity of scenery and generous tax incentives have made it a popular place for location television and film productions and location shooting. Notable films shot in Oregon include Kindergarten Cop, The Goonies, Stand By Me, The Guardian, Swordfish and Twilight, to name a few. Additionally, Oregon has served as a backdrop for popular television series such as Leverage and Grimm.
The individuals featured on this page are all professional filmmakers and film professionals who have received a state-of-the-art film education as students/graduates of the Film Connection Film Institute in Oregon. Personally mentored by some of the top filmmakers in the industry, and trained on-the-job and on the set in real Oregon production companies, each of these professionals is highly qualified to help with any professional filming needs you might have. Please consult their websites to learn more about what services they offer, as well as their past projects and clients.
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Latest Blog Entries from Oregon Film Connection Students
WRAP UP ON PRODUCTION! Today was my official “last class” with my production mentor, Erin Galey, or InTheFlicker... Read More >>
How do the catholics say it? "Forgive me, Film Connection, for I have sinned. It's been a month since my last blog post... Read More >>
RRFC BLOG ENTRY October 22 2017 Stephan Partipilo Hello World! So much has happened since my last entry... Read More >>
11:30am-2:30pm First blog post, though not first class. Took awhile to ramp up, due to scheduling conflicts and technical issues... Read More >>