By Chris Coffel
The Hollywood Theatre first opened its doors in 1926. Nearly one hundred years later, it has navigated its fair share of hard times to become a beloved staple in the Portland arts scene.
Nothing can replace the power of seeing fear on the big screen.
With movie theaters making a comeback, ‘Mission: Impossible’ reminds us why going to the cinema should not be considered a dying art.
By Shea Vassar
While some cinephiles are heading back to the in-person cinema experience, there are a few who are content staying home.
With the imminent return of movie theaters, it’s more important than ever to keep the practice of watching movies projected on film alive.