Host/Producer Dmae Roberts talks with Bill Foster, executive director of Northwest Film Center who gives us some best picks with film clips of the Portland International Film Festival. Featured films include Coraline, the animated stop-action film made in a studio in Hillsboro. Also featured are O-Hoerton, Mermaid, Hunger, Jeruselema, In a Dream and Dreamweavers.
Jon Ragel, AKA Boy Eats Drum Machine, will be performing live on ANODYNE this coming Monday. Tune in
It's the first live on the air performance on ANODYNE! Tune in to witness it -- Boy Eats Drum Machine will be coming down to the KBOO studios this coming Monday February 9th to play some songs. It'll happen at around 4am. Don't miss it!
What happens when someone goes through gender transition in their own community? How do co-workers, family, and friends make the switch from seeing one of their own as a man instead of a woman, or vice-versa? Movie Moles Denise Morris and Chris Land discuss the Portland-made film "Switch: A Community in Transition".
Behind the Screen is a new radio program covering independent filmmakers along with local screenings and festivals. In this pilot episode, Toni Tabora-Roberts gets a preview of the Cascade Festival of African Films from co-director Mary Holmstrom, and S.W. Conser talks with Coraline director Henry Selick on the eve of the film's opening night premiere at the Portland International Film Festival.
For his current show at Fourteen30, Jesse Durost combined simple architectural forms with layers and transparency, resulting in sculptural works of both logic and fantasy. The artist talks about the current work and how his past exhibitions tie into it. More images are also available at JesseDurost.com.
Stop-motion animator Henry Selick (The Nightmare Before Christmas) spent more than three years bringing the Neil Gaiman story Coraline to the big screen. On the eve of Coraline's world premiere at the Portland International Film Festival, Selick sits down with S.W. Conser to talk about art, commerce, and the future of hand-crafted animation.
Beginning October 7th, KBOO began a trial period of 'The Thom Hartmann Show' from 4 - 5 pm weekdays. Click here to find out more about our trial period of airing Thom Hartmann - we want to hear your response!
KBOO 90.7 FM is seeking a Station Manager to lead our dynamic 45 year old non-commercial, community radio station.
We are looking for:
• Nonprofit management experience.
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• Ability to delegate, plan and organize people to meet goals and objectives.