We recently contributed cinematography to a video for our friends at Save Historic Belmont. The Belmont district is one of Portland’s oldest and most historically well-preserved neighborhoods. Built in 1889, the building slated for demolition is on a block that contains several buildings registered as significant historical resources, such as 3300 SE Belmont (the corner building […]
A tribute to waiting for the Sun to arrive in Pacific Northwest.
We recently shot a segment for CNN MONEY about Ninkasi Brewery’s incredible Ground Control Imperial Stout!
We provided behind the scenes footage used in IFC’s “Inside Portlandia” special, have you seen it yet?
coliseumfriends.org The Friends of Memorial Coliseum is a community organization dedicated to saving Veterans Memorial Coliseum and advocating for a restoration that fully honors the building’s design integrity, value to Portland and its role as a memorial to veterans. We believe this mid-century masterpiece is poised to once again become a symbol of our city’s […]
Check it out! We just wrapped up a video for a fantastic organization, The Pinball Outreach Project.
Our new promo piece, fresh off the NES inspired griddle!
We had so much fun making this short video for Portland’s Know Your City (Formerly known as the Dill Pickle Club)! Featuring some awesome animated 16mm film love by Portland based animator and filmmaker, Ben Popp.
A music video we Directed for Rustlah.
Fred Armisen (Portlandia) interviews one of our fav drummers Janet Weiss (Quasi, Sleater-Kinney) for Tom Tom TV. She talks about Devo as inspiration, her fav drum set ups and more. Directed by Fred Armisen. Shot by Holly Andres & Karl Lind: hollyandres.com & karllindfilms.com Sound & Editing by Sam Pirnak: sheshootsvideo.com Mastering by Timothy Stollenwerk at Stereophonic Mastering: stereopho.com Animation […]
Who we are? Why we do what we do? And how we do it? A short informational video created for Pragati Leadership. Video by Nitya Wakhlu Innovations and Karl Lind Films
Portland’s Poet Laureate, Walt Curtis revisits the Lair Hill neighborhood, where the film Property, of which he acted in, was filmed. Walt talks as part of A Place Called Home: Lectures on Filmmaking in Portland.