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Tuesday, January 11, 2011

BendFilm Relocates Office to Northwest Crossing

Posted By on Tue, Jan 11, 2011 at 10:28 PM

I just got a press release stating that Central Oregon's film festival, BendFilm, has moved its offices from downtown Bend (on Irving Avenue) up to the Northwest Crossing Neighborhood.

BendFilm will be taking over the space formerly occupied by the BICA art gallery, thus keeping an artistic presence up in that Westside neighborhood. BendFilm plans on opening the new location by February 1.

Bob Lane, the executive director of BendFilm, said the new office space was chosen in part due to the festival's partnership with Brooks Resources, the company that was instrumental in developing the Northwest Crossing neighborhood.


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