Peripheral Produce founder Matt McCormick, along with Portland artist Chris Freeman, are getting ready to launch a new cinematic venture: The Boathouse Microcinema. A temporary, 30-seat movie theater in an old fire station, The Boathouse Microcinema will focus primarily on featuring local work and that of touring/traveling filmmakers. This is very much an extension, or evolution, of Peripheral Produce, so if you miss the old screenings be sure to check it out: www.boathousemicrocinema.com
It is hard to believe that it’s been almost ten years since Helen was taken from this planet, but her energy and spirit lives on through her work and all the people she inspired. And now even more people can access her work- for free- on the world wide web! Please visit the Helen Hill Vimeo page to find The Florestine Collection, Tunnel of Love, and many more of her cherished films!
the 2001 Peripheral Produce Invitational was a whack-em-smack-em, no holds barred event that pit some of the nation’s finest experimental filmmakers against each other in a battle to the finish. see for yourself:
For a limited time, many Peripheral Produce DVDs are on sale for only $10.00!!!! Deborah Stratman, Naomi Uman, Matt McCormick, compilations including the work of Miranda July, Vanessa Renwick, Bill Brown, Animal Charm and many others!!!
TEN DOLLAR DVDs!!! TEN DOLLAR DVDs!!! TEN DOLLAR DVDs!!!