Portland, February 5th, 2015. “Wild Tales” was the title of the featured film at the Northwest Film Center‘s 38th Portland International Film Festival Opening Night festivities. The Argentinian film by Damián Szifron drew an excited crowd of supporters, including Joan Sher, Olivia Kulander, and Paul Sher, to the Regal Cinemas Fox Tower. Drawing an audience of 38,000, the Portland International Film Festival (PIFF) is the biggest film event in Oregon, premiering more than 140 international shorts and feature films to Portland audiences each February. Audiences can experience a variety of parties, visiting artists, and plenty of festival adventure taking in this feast of cinematic fare.

Bailey Cain and Melinda Kowalska

Bailey Cain and Melinda Kowalska

Northwest Film Center director Bill Foster, Julie Wood, and Guy Wood

Northwest Film Center director Bill Foster, Julie Wood, and Guy Wood

Best selling author Chelsea Cain

Best selling author Chelsea Cain

Ted Scheinman and Lucinda Pierpont

Ted Scheinman and Lucinda Pierpont

Portland Latin American Film Festival director Maria Osterroth (center) and friends

Portland Latin American Film Festival director Maria Osterroth (center) and friends

Karen Mouser-Darr, Ariel Stephenson, and Shannon Smith

Karen Mouser-Darr, Ariel Stephenson, and Shannon Smith

Married creatives Marc Mohan (The Oregonian) and Chelsea Cain:

Married creatives Marc Mohan (The Oregonian) and Chelsea Cain

Blacktop Films’ Cintamani Calise and Alex Jones

Blacktop Films’ Cintamani Calise and Alex Jones

About the Festival
Drawing an audience of 38,000, the Portland International Film Festival (PIFF) is the biggest film event in Oregon, premiering more than 140 international shorts and feature films to Portland audiences each February. Audiences can experience a variety of parties, visiting artists, and plenty of festival adventure taking in this feast of cinematic fare.

Seo wordpress plugin by www.seowizard.org.