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Storm Large Featured At PDX International Film Fest’s Short Cuts 2

Saturday, February 07, 2015

 

Storm Large in Heather Harlow's, "The Punishing Business"

Short Cuts 2: Made In Oregon will be featured at the 38th Annual Portland International Film Festival on February 8th. The shorts will feature burgeoning and veteran talent from the Pacific Northwest and beyond, like Joanna Priestley and Vanessa Renwick.

Short Cuts 2 will also feature work from burgeoning talent such as Austin Will, Lara Gallagher and Jessica Baclesse.

One of the shorts, “The Punishing Business”, directed by Portland-based director Heather Harlow, will feature Portland' own singer/songwriter/author/actress Storm Large. 

There will be 12 short films featured for Short Cuts 2, running for a total of 95 minutes.

Full PIFF schedule.  

 

Related Slideshow: Rumble On The River With Storm Large

Rumble On The River V included three awesome performances by bands fronted by three awesome women: Sarah Gwenn, Michelle DeCourcy and Storm Large. 

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Storm Large

Storm Large kicked booty onstage at Rumble On The River V.

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AWOL: Dance Collective

One of the many surprises at Rumble On The River were the dancers from AWOL: Dance who performed high above the crowds. 

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Doug Fish

Doug Fish, of Fish Marketing, introduced his wife, Michelle DeCourcy, and her band, The Rock Tarts. 

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Michelle DeCourcy

Michelle DeCourcy is not only a fashion-designing rock tart, but she is also a cancer survivor, too. 

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Matt Zaffino

KGW meterologist Matt Zaffino, pictured here with his wife Robyn, emceed Rumble On The River. 

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Sarah Gwen

Sarah Gwen was the opening act for the Rumble On The River.

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Party Goers at Rumble

Rob Sample, Betty Moyer and Dave Sullivan at Rumble On The River

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Party Goers at Rumble

Ally Taylor and Laurel Danoy at Rumble On The River

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Party Goers at Rumble

Randi P'Pool and Bennette Irving at Rumble On The River.

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Storm Large

Storm Large speaks to the crowd at Rumble On The River.

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Nathan and Ella Ayotte outside the Laughing Planet food tents at Rumble On The River.

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Party Goers at Rumble

Bryce Amato and Topher Alford at Rumble On The River.

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Party Goers at Rumble

Peter Shanky, Lisa Watson and Juan Martinez just offstage at Rumble On The River.

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Party Goers at Rumble

Anne Reis, Patrick Newsome and Allison Blythe at Rumble On The River.

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Michelle DeCourcy

Rock Tarts lead singer Michelle DeCourcy.

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Storm Large

Storm Large at Rumble On The River.

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Storm Large

Storm Large at Rumble On The River.

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Michelle DeCourcy

The Rock Tarts' Michelle DeCourcy lays it down.

 
 

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