It’s FINALLY here! Download a Copy of the PIFF 37 Schedule Right Now.

With less than three weeks until the opening of Oregon’s biggest annual film event, requests for a peek inside our 37th Portland International Film Festival (PIFF 37) have reached a fever pitch.  Well, ask and ye shall receive!  Our handsome PIFF 37 programs will be hitting the streets beginning next week.  But, until then, we’re delighted to be able to offer up a downloadable digital edition of the full schedule below.

Keep your eyes on our website at because the PIFF 37 Festival microsite will go live on Friday, January 24th with tickets going on sale on Monday, January 27th.  Our Advanced Ticket Office (ATO) will also open on the 27th.  The ATO is located in the lobby of the Portland Art Museum’s Mark Building (1119 SW Park Avenue).  Ticket are also available via phone at (503) 276-4310 beginning on the January 27th.

If you’d like to purchase a PIFF 37 pass, our Silver Screen Club memberships (Director level and above) function as both an all-access PIFF 37 pass and your ticket to all of our regularly priced programming throughout the year.  Memberships purchased at the Silver Screen Club Friend level receive discounts on both PIFF 37 programs and all of our regularly priced programming for a full year.  To join the Silver Screen club, click here or call our Membership Coordinator Sophia MacKenzie at (503) 221-1156 x19.


Want to grab the digital edition of the PIFF 37 schedule now?  Click the image below to download it:

PIFF 37 Admission Prices: 

$11 General; $10 Portland Art Museum Members, Students, Seniors; $8 Silver Screen Club Friends, Children
Opening Night: $25 general; $20 Silver Screen Friend and Portland Art Museum and OMSI Members

The Northwest Film Center’s 37th Portland International Film Festival will host screenings at the Film Center’s Whitsell Auditorium inside the Portland Art Museum (1219 SW Park Avenue), the Empirical Theater at OMSI (1945 SE Water Avenue), Cinema 21 (616 NW 21st Avenue), Cinemagic (2021 SE Hawthorne Boulevard), World Trade Center (121 SW Salmon Street, 1st Street, Building 2), and Regal Fox Tower (846 SW Park Avenue).

The Portland International Film Festival is sponsored by The Oregonian, Regal Cinemas, LAIKA, The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation, Alaska Airlines, Wieden+Kennedy, Delta Airlines, James F. Marion Miller Foundation, and many others.

The Northwest Film Center is a regional media arts organization offering a variety of exhibition, education programs, and artist services throughout the region.  The Center presents a program of foreign, classic, experimental, and independent works year-round at the Whitsell Auditorium, located in the Portland Art Museum.  For more information, visit


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