“Wildland”: In this gripping and immersive documentary, filmmakers Alex Jablonski and Khalil Hudson tag alongside a team of firefighters in Grants Pass, Oregon, during two brutal seasons. Their film — which expands on the PBS Independent Lens special that aired last October — shows how volatile fire can be and explores the compelling backstories of the heroic firefighters. This is a must-see. (5 p.m. Feb. 8, 12:30 p.m. Feb. 9, the Roxie). READ THE REVIEW HERE
Most film festivals can claim a thing or two: A dramatic location, a slate of coveted premieres, fancy fetes, unique guests, a platoon of industry heavies making the rounds, and, for better or worse, the media spotlight. Click here to read more.
On Friday, September 21st we will be screening our new feature documentary in Ashland, Oregon. There will be two showings - 6:45p and 8:15p.
This screening at the Ashland Independent Film Festival will be a benefit for the Wildland Firefighter Foundation. Beyond just these screenings a portion of all proceeds from this film will be donated to the Wildland Firefighter Foundation.
The Camden International Film Festival announced today its 2018 lineup, which includes 37 features, 43 short films, one episodic series and 20 virtual reality and immersive experiences from over 30 countries. Click here to read more.
A diverse range of projects and artists on the frontlines of nonfiction storytelling received nearly $2 million in grants from Sundance Institute, furthering their work across a broad array of subjects and forms. Click here to read more.