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Watch Now: 2018 East Oregon Film Festival’s Online Selections

With the East Oregon Film Festival underway this weekend in La Grande, Oregon, Filmmaker is happy to once again host the festival’s online selections. Starting now until October 21, you can stream a very strong and diverse selection of works exclusively at Filmmaker.

Check out the rest of the lineup at Eastern Oregon Film Festival, and keep up via social @eofilmfest and #EOFF2018.

Brazuca (dir. Faidon Gkretsikos)
2017, Greece, 19:07, Fiction

During the summer World Cup, 11-year old Boyko will do anything to obtain ‘Brazuca’—the Official World Cup ball, in order to prevent his friends from using him only as a goalkeeper.


Bunny/Bunny (dir. Sarah Burke)
2018, USA, 13:00 mins, Fiction

A meditative exploration of childhood and loss.


Commodity City (dir. Jessica Kingdon)
2018, USA, 10:29 mins, Nonfiction

An observational documentary exploring the daily lives of vendors who work in the largest wholesale consumer market in the world: the Yiwu Markets in China.


Eclipse (dir. Masami Kawai)
2018, USA, 5:00 mins, Experimental

This 360-degree perspective suggests an all-seeing omniscience, but the dancer’s movements reveal the limits of the camera.


Holiday Lake (dir. Frankie de Fusco & Sarah Salovaara)
2018, USA, 2:55 mins, Fiction

Two filmmakers scout their next movie.


Mata Laya Pata (dir. Kevin Vu)
2018, USA, 12:00 mins, Experimental

An underachiever takes part in a bizarre women’s self-help group. Will she succeed?


My Name is Marc, and You Can Count On It (dir. Lindsey Phillips)
2017, USA, 13:22, Nonfiction

Marc Norton created a string of bizarre, late-night commercials for his business, Norton Furniture in Cleveland OH. This is his story.


Nobody Knows (dir. Nolan Goff)
2018, USA, 20:22, Fiction

In the wake of his brother’s death, a quiet high schooler navigates his small Texas town, all the while knowing he is responsible for the accident.


Object (dir. Sydney Southam)
2018, USA, 6:00 mins, Nonfiction

A video essay and response to the artist’s experience working as a stripper.

Plunge (dir. Joshua DeFour)
2018, USA, 10:11, Fiction

A vagabond apartment “guest” and the apartment owner must set aside mutual resentment as they attempt to fix a badly clogged toilet.

Sarah’s Reel (dir. James Benson)
2018, Hong Kong/USA, 11:12 mins, Fiction

An exploration of performance and self takes the form of an acting reel.


Shotgun (dir. Devin Johnson)
2018, USA, 78:00 mins, Nonfiction

A lo-fi portrait of Jay Wade, a New York City steamfitter from El Paso with a mysterious past and an insatiable passion for music and numbers.


The City is Like a Character in the Film (dir. Christopher Bell)
2018, USA, 12 mins, Fiction

An accidental meeting in Manhattan reveals a burgeoning relationship between two out-of-towners.


The Heart Must Become a Burial Ground (dir. Erin Grant)
2018, USA, 39:34 mins, Nonfiction

A celebrity interview format interrupted by hallucinatory dream sequences, during which eco-chic pop star ‘Echo’ relives her private reckoning in the wake of public infidelity.


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