Where Portlanders Can See Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood on 35mm (Updated)

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Ummmm... What about the Northwest Film Center? They not only show 35mm ALL THE TIME, but they also screen hard-to-see 16mm films and they teach 35mm filmmaking. Just FYI, their long-time director retired last summer and a lot of changes have been made. Please give a little respect and well-deserved love for this org. They have an incredible staff who care DEEPLY about film and filmmakers on so many levels - don’t let them fly under the radar.

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@Bkonop: Agreed! Here's some of our Northwest Film Center-y coverage from the past few months.

Movies for Your Ears: Northwest Film Center’s Reel Music Returns
https://www.portlandmercury.com/film/2019/01/17/25527519/movies-for-your-ears-northwest-film-centers-reel-music-returns

The Portland International Film Festival Is Back for 2019. Here Are Our Picks.
https://www.portlandmercury.com/film/2019/02/28/26039094/the-portland-international-film-festival-is-back-for-2019-here-are-our-picks

The Northwest Film Center’s Japanese Currents Series: Some Great Anime, A Lonely Indie, and One Very Long Doc
https://www.portlandmercury.com/blogtown/2019/04/05/26261176/the-northwest-film-centers-japanese-currents-series-some-great-anime-a-lonely-indie-and-one-very-long-doc

Our Trails Too Offers a Look at a Better, More Inclusive Wilderness
https://www.portlandmercury.com/blogtown/2019/05/29/26552527/our-trails-too-offers-a-look-at-a-better-more-inclusive-wilderness

Terrence Malick's First Films
https://www.portlandmercury.com/movies/26696736/terrence-malick-s-first-films

Top Down: Rooftop Cinema
https://www.portlandmercury.com/movies/13009437/top-down-rooftop-cinema