Newest Additions
Food Adventures in Eugene
February 5th, 2013
in Eugene

Oregon, my Perspective
Rants, raves and pictures.
February 5th, 2013
in Portland

Outside The Interzone
Miscellaneous thoughts on politics, people, math, science and other cool (if sometimes frustrating) stuff from somewhere near my favorite coffee shop.
September 1st, 2012
in Corvallis

10 Bloggiest Oregon Cities
Portland (Many)
Corvallis (93)
Eugene (88)
Bend (64)
Salem (43)
Beaverton (40)
Hillsboro (23)
Astoria (19)
Ashland (12)
Tigard (10)

More Cities »
Other Oregon Aggregators
ORblogs 2.0
Bend Blogs
ORblogs R.I.P - Thanks Paul!
Portland Bars
Advertisements
Oregon Wine Tours
Portland Interior Design
Oregon Photographer
Jobs in Portland
Buy Gable Vents
Rounded Gable Vents
The Worst Bar in Portland
Portland New Years
Business Attorney Portland
Oregon Wineries
Trivia/Pub Quiz Questions
DUI Attorneys Portland
Dean Kirkland

Short of the WeekShort of the Week

http://www.shortoftheweek.com/

Located in Portland

Last update: January 27th, 2020 at 02:00 am

ping: http://ignoregon.com/ping/1291

11 post clicks in the past 90 days

Discovering the most innovative storytellers of our time. Submit your film at www.shortoftheweek.com/submit

Ultra-Orthodox Jew David Finklestein struggles to balance his love of stand-up with his strict religious lifestyle until he's forced to make a choice between his passion and his commu

[0 clicks]

A woman is forced to rediscover her humanity in an increasingly digital world. A brand film for HP, directed by Olivia Wilde and starring Margaret Qualley.

[0 clicks]

The S/W team honors the most noteworthy short film streaming releases of the past year.

[0 clicks]

A tribute to the last truly glamorous star left in Hollywood: Sandie "The Goddess Bunny" Crisp.

[0 clicks]

When four friends jump in a swimming pool, their unspoken expectations start bubbling up to the surface.

[0 clicks]

Nominated for the 2020 Oscars, this damning documentary explores what happened during the 2014 Sewol Ferry disaster, where over three hundred people lost their lives, most of them school children.

[0 clicks]

The 17min B&W film stars Lynch as he interrogates a monkey suspected of murder.

[0 clicks]

A teenage girl in an evangelical church youth group must deal with the fallout when her trust is publicly betrayed.

[0 clicks]

Teeny thought it was just another routine babysitting job—until she's shocked to meet the client. As the day goes on, Teeny decides to become the woman she had no idea she always wanted to be...until she gets c

[0 clicks]

Far out at sea, a cell phone floating inside an air-tight bag starts to ring.

[0 clicks]

A tale of a seamstress, her thread, and a deal gone bad.

[0 clicks]

15 films make it as 92nd Academy Award Nominees in the Short Film categories. Check out full films and trailers here, and vote which one you think will win!

[0 clicks]

Two friends locked in a love-hate relationship bury a dead frog as rain beings to fall. They make a fateful decision to wait out the storm under a tree and wake up in a world quite unlike the on

[0 clicks]

Kickstarter is launching a new initiative to highlight short film projects for the entire month of March. We chat with the company's Director of Documentary, Liz Cook Mowe to learn more.

[0 clicks]

Jonathan, twelve years old, lives with his sister, his mother and also some men. They all have the same face and nest in closets, drawers, TV set …

[0 clicks]

In her pursuit to synthesize a breakthrough stem-cell based treatment for lymphatic cancer, a clinical researcher takes up her assistant's offer to go rogue, and finish their last run of experiments clandest

[0 clicks]

Reggie brings Dan to the desert to have him dig his own grave. It’s harder than it sounds.

[0 clicks]

[0 clicks]

Our final 'Best of the Month' playlist of the year features a BAFTA-winning animation, a festival-favourite drama and a NYTimes Op-Doc.

[0 clicks]

This film is based on real events. In December 2011, a watchman was attacked by a pack of more than 20 stray dogs wandering in a poor neighbourhood on the outskirts of Bogotá.

[0 clicks]

One of 10 films on the Oscar Shortlist, an underdog fencer from Brooklyn overcomes a gauntlet of hardships on the road to the Olympics.

[0 clicks]

Two characters, cocooned in their love, go on a heart breaking journey of self discovery in this BAFTA winning stop-motion short

[0 clicks]

We're looking forward to Sundance 2020 by highlighting work that should be on your radar—a mix of features and shorts from members of the S/W alum community.

[0 clicks]

China’s elite and infertile are flocking to Southern California to hire American surrogates to have their babies for them, and Qiqi is there to help.

[0 clicks]

Executive producer of the #MOREFilms4Freedom project Loran Dunn joins us to discuss what we can expect from the first three LGBTQ+ themed short films commissioned through the programme

[0 clicks]

As a man anxiously awaits a meeting in the local pub, he is forced to explore his own difficult memories and relationships in an evening that will leave him changed forever.

[0 clicks]

Tim struggles to fall asleep during an in-office sleep study and enlists the overnight technician to help.

[0 clicks]

The Academy unveils its shortlists for the 2020 Oscars. P.S. you can stream most of these short films right now

[0 clicks]

A teenage girl takes a step toward adulthood in contemporary Cairo.

[0 clicks]

Based on a beloved children's story from Japan, Takeshi Yashiro brings this tale of a mischievous orphaned Fox to screen in glorious stop-motion

[0 clicks]