Founded in 2017, the Oregon Documentary Film Festival will have it's 4th screening event on Sunday August 11, 2019 in Portland. The judges select thought provoking and engaging short documentary films (30 minutes or less) and screen them at Portland State University's 5th Avenue Cinema. We accept films from any country or US State, and in any language, as long as it is subtitled in English. Whether your film is fun, sad, controversial, historical, technology oriented, nature focused, politically charged, medically informative or socially enlightening, the Oregon Documentary Film Festival is the place to screen your creative work for the Portland audience.
Best Director Award
Best Editing Award
Best International Director Award
Best International Picture Award
Best Oregon Film Award
Best Original Music Award
Best Picture Award
Most Inspiring Film Award
Each film submitted to the Oregon Documentary Film Festival is carefully screened and ranked by 12 independent judges that will watch every minute of each film from beginning to end. We are looking for engaging stories, great production value, good cinematography, creative music and clean audio. Unlike other film festivals that may be screened in an empty classroom or on a cheap hotel projector, the Oregon Documentary Film Festival is screened in a professional movie theater. Our short film program is compiled and projected in HD 1080p. NTSC and PAL are accepted. This festival pre-screens all film submissions digitally. Please do not ship DVD’s or other materials to our office unless requested.