Third Annual Portland Humanist Film Festival

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FRIDAY:

The Portland premier of "Kumare"
Never before seen in Oregon, the true story of a false prophet. TRAILER

As seen on The Colbert Report.

 

 

 

SATURDAY:

"Let’s talk about Sex"
with Q&A from the Producer

Filming locations in Oregon and interviews with Oregon teens and parents.
You might just change your mind about sex education in America.

TRAILER

 

 


Film Fest takes on
Religion, Homeopathy,
and Other Superstitions

The third annual Portland Humanist Film Festival (PHFF) is a secular cinematic event where Humanists, Atheists, Agnostics, Skeptics, Freethinkers, and the curious from the Northwest and beyond can gather, mingle and share in an exciting and stimulating atmosphere.

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • 17 independent films. 4 Box Office movies.
  • Meet the Producers from 2 of the films.
  • A Richard Dawkins documentary not shown in the US.
  • At Cinema 21 Theater. A great venue with that Northwest vibe including wine and microbrewed beer.
  • Free raffle with dozens of prizes for CFI members, including 2 tickets to the sold out Book of Mormon Musical.

WHEN:

  • Friday 5-11pm | Saturday 2-11pm | Sunday 2-11pm

HOW:

PARKING: 

Good Samaritan parking structure, 2222 NW Kearny, during evening or weekend theater hours.

 

BUY TICKETS

 

CFI–Portland gives a big thanks to Tom Dwyer Automotive and Humanists of Greater Portland for their financial support. If you'd like to support, volunteer, or advertise, please visit our website for more details.

 

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  • will

    Excellent event, in fact it may have changed some of my parenting practices!

    October 29, 2012

  • DaniT

    If you go to humanistfest.com and find the "The Staff" page you'll see five people. We've put in countless volunteer hours to pull this event off because we think it's important to educate the public on humanism and reason. The event must be supported in order to continue. If you too think it's important, please "volunteer" the time it will take to support our efforts by attending a really cool event. Click that BUY TICKETS button! Do it now! I look forward to seeing you all there :)

    October 19, 2012

  • George T.

    Now my first comments are back in place. Confusing, this internet stuff.

    October 18, 2012

  • George T.

    I did join it, but the facts about chiropractic "medicine" I presented were censored...I guess. CFI? Afraid of scientific facts as presented by a Bill Moyer documentary several years ago? Hum?

    October 18, 2012

  • George T.

    Massage for relaxation and pleasurable effect is okay, but chiropractic manipulations as medicine are not! I've never forgotten the Bill Moyer expose of chiropractic practices on public TV several decades ago. I also recall those booths set up in malls where chiropodists measured suckers' back alignments and then recommended treatments based on so-called mis-alignments. Turns out that everyone's back is a little out of alignment. It's normal and natural and not a medical condition unless extremely severe. Then medical attention is called for. No different than the difference of eye color and the fact that blue eyes are more subject to myopia or that some people naturally suffer hearing loss and must be treated with hearing aids.

    October 18, 2012

  • Kurt

    Yes. Thanks Charles. Hope to see you two at the Film Fest!

    October 17, 2012

  • Charles F. R.

    Hi Kurt, thanks for clarifying. Massage therapists are a bit sensitive to the term "alternative medicine" and the flyer lumped it in with "Superstition" which is a bit of a hot button. I think we are on the same page.

    1 · October 17, 2012

  • Kurt

    Charles, Please provide evidence of how it was disparaged. It seems you have misread what was written and now are making empty accusations. Massage is effective and evidence based. Therefore, labeling it as Alternative Medicine is strange. This is what was pointed out. Why are you saying the exact opposite?

    1 · October 17, 2012

  • Charles F. R.

    Massage is an honorable and scientific profession. Licensed massage therapists spend over a year in medical training learning human anatomy and soft tissues. Massage therapy is a regulated profession and requires a license in Oregon and most states. Many medical insurance policies cover massage. Your physician might prescribe massage for certain disorders. I am extremely disappointed that the Portland Humanist Festival are apparently taking an official position to disparage the honorable profession of massage on their Facebook page.

    October 17, 2012

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