‘Chameleon Street,’ Fascinating, forgotten and (mostly) factual

Chameleon Street, the only film by writer-director Wendell B. Harris Jr. is, in some ways, a classic American narrative. A young man (Harris) is...

‘La Noire de’ is a short and bitter upheaval of European...

Sometimes you don’t need your film to be two hours long to make an impact. La Noire de is a 50-minute condemnation of mid-century...

‘I Am Cuba,’ a Soviet technical marvel

However you feel about the politics of a pro-Castro drama funded by the Soviets screening on Portland State campus, you owe it to yourself...

“I Wake Up Screaming” Goes Deep in Noir

Director Bruce Humberstone’s thriller I Wake up Screaming (1941) features a mix of flashback-heavy noir and comedy as it tells the story of a...

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Suns’ Out, Baby!

On top of all the amazing concerts in Portland over the last week, the sun has been teasing and tempting us to run outside....

Millennial Scapegoating

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Millennial Scapegoating

“Two-thirds of American millennials surveyed in a recent poll cannot identify what Auschwitz is,” stated an article published by The Washington Post on April...