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The quiet perceptions, everyday troubles and intermittent moments of transcendence that make up Kelly Reichardt's films have always had a rhythm apart from most American movies.

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Starring Broadway superstar and Tony Award®-nominee Adam Pascal and rising star Olivia Valli, the show springs to life with a powerhouse creative team

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The grant program is intended to support the professional development of local Portland filmmakers by providing funds for such activities as sound, picture editing and more

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He’s just grateful to be able to tell MJ’s story!

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“Neat” runs from April 22-May 8, at Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center (Photo courtesy of PassinArt) 

The legacy of Black theater is that it showcases situations that would otherwise not be properly told. And it inspires others, like award-winning television and stage actress Charlayne Woodard, to reclaim their own stories and retell them with truth, humor and resiliency.

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She’s yanked, pushed and pulled. To here, there, everywhere. To times and places she couldn’t imagine.

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If bed swapping was a sport, these French twentysomethings would be Olympic-caliber athletes.

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Marcus and Drew are like Cain and Abel. Two brothers both loving and jealous. In the bible, only Cain survived. Should one of them be worried?

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The move comes after a meeting of the academy's Board of Governors to discuss a response to Smith's actions. It is unclear whether the ban would apply to future nominations.

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CODA took the best picture award at an Academy Awards ceremony marred by a real-life drama when Will Smith slapped Chris Rock on stage

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