Risk Reward 2019

Jun 22, 2019 Comments Off on Risk Reward 2019 by

The Risk/Reward Festival of New Performance returns on June 28 through 29 at 730pm and June 30th at 5pm at the Imago Theatre. Dmae Talks with Katie Watkins, festival director and producing artistic director about the five local, regional and international performances Risk/Reward is curating for this season of the festival. Tickets and more info: […]

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POW Fest!

Feb 21, 2014 Comments Off on POW Fest! by

Dmae features the 7th annual Portland Oregon Women’s Film Festival (POWFest) which runs  March 6 – 9, 2014 at the Hollywood Theatre. We’ hear from Christine Autrand Mitchell  programming manager of POWFest and filmmakers Kimberly Warner (in studio) and special guest Joanna Priestly (via phone).   We’ll also hear a feature interview with playwright David Zellnic talking […]

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GRIMM Actor Tales

Nov 09, 2013 Comments Off on GRIMM Actor Tales by

What’s it like to be a Wesen or a Hexenbiest? For the last two years, many area actors have found work on NBC’s hit show GRIMM.  A cop drama inspired by a twisted version of Grimm’s Fairy Tales, the television show has brought work to actors, designers and crew throughout the Portland area. Dmae talks […]

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David Walker & The Color of Film

Aug 24, 2013 Comments Off on David Walker & The Color of Film

Join Dmae Roberts and guest speaker David F. Walker, a filmmaker, writer and culture critic and a leading expert in 70s blaxploitation films. Walker talked with students at MHCC’s Integrated Media non-fiction filmmaking class and commented the lack of color and racial diversity in most media today as well as what it takes to make […]

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Amber Waves & Checkered Flags

Mar 02, 2012 Comments Off on Amber Waves & Checkered Flags

Filmmakers Sue Arbuthnot and Richard Wilhelm of Hare In The Gate Productions talk about their film Amber Waves & Checkered Flags. One day the filmmakers drove by a sign for Lind, pop. 500, with a rustic sign inviting, “Welcome to Lind! Drop in—Mt. St. Helens did!” They found there the annual Lind Combine Demolition Derby. […]

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