Real Estate is an experimental documentary that explores the built environment comprising the residential zones of urban Portland, Oregon. Real Estate talks to development professionals (realtors, city planners, scholars and developers) to examine the role and appearance of cities, and to consider the planning policies, financing guidelines and cultural values that influence the look and character of residential development.More about Real Estate
Open Road is an experimental documentary about urban space designed for movement and storage of private motor vehicles. The film explores the space allocated to roads and parking, fuel distribution facilities, and the activities of car maintenance, road construction and other aspects of a “drive-thru” culture.
Referencing John Charles Fremont's The Exploring Expedition to the Rocky Mountains, Oregon and California 1843-44, Open Road juxtap... More about Open Road
Empty Quarter is a film about the region of Southeast Oregon, an area populated by ranching and farming communities, in Lake, Harney, and Malheur counties. The region is roughly one-third of Oregon’s landmass yet holds less than 2% of the state’s population.
Southeast Oregon, though familiar by name is a foreign place, particularly to those who reside in urban envi... More about Empty Quarter