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On Friday, state officials upgraded Multnomah County’s coronavirus case status from “extreme” to “high” risk, allowing the return of some previously restricted indoor activities. Movie theaters, which had previously been shuttered completely, may reopen at 25% of their normal capacity, or with a 50-guest limit, whichever number is smaller. The Northwest Film Center will comply with any Federal or State health precautions that may be in place at the time of the event. This may include wearing a mask and/or social distancing.
We showed up at 1145 and there were only 3 tickets left and a huuuuuge line to get in. Doors open one hour prior to sunset, with specific opening times emailed directly to guests prior to screenings. Food truck offerings, movie snacks and both non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages are available for purchase. In addition to second-run and indie films, the Hollywood offers some innovative programming, like the Sound + Vision and Kung Fu Theater series. A different classic movie is presented each week. Awesome, non-chain theater w/ fantastic digital projection & sound.
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Tickets to OMSI screenings are $20 per person and $30 per person for special VIP seating. There are no refunds or exchanges for arrivals after the film begins or for entirely missed screenings. The series will offer open-air screenings of great movies at OMSI with food, drink, fun weekend themes and costumes, plus outdoor watching at pop-up venues throughout Portland. Every March, POW Film Fest returns to showcase films by female and non-binary directors from the Portland area, inviting attendees to experience cinema crafted by seasoned and up-and-coming filmmakers alike.
The former school auditorium shows second-run feature films every night. Before the show, you can place an order for appetizers, drinks or a full meal to enjoy with your movie. The Academy Theater opened in 1948 and offers an awesome historic theater setting in the heart of the Montavilla neighborhood. The theater shows a variety of second-run movies, classic repertory films, family-friendly movies and afternoon matinees showing every day. This theater shows independent, new releases and classic films.
NWFC members receive a $5 discount on each ticket purchased. In accordance with the recent mandate from Oregon Governor Kate Brown, masks are required during Open-Air Cinema at OMSI. Masks continue to be required for all staff and visitors at the Portland Art Museum, including Venice VR Expanded.