"To put it simply — and, yes, gratefully — 'Phoenix, Oregon' is the sort of movie a lot of us need right now." -Variety
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"Walks a gorgeous line between pathos and comedy… with more to say about depression, anxiety, art, friendship and love than any dozen movies I’ve seen in the theater this year." -Source Weekly

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About Film Festival Day

Thirty film festivals from across the US participated in the first FILM FESTIVAL DAY on April 11, an initiative of the Film Festival Alliance, a collaborative community of mission-driven film festivals.

More than 175 film festivals across North America have been cancelled or postponed as a result of COVID-19. Movies can unite us in a way that no other art form can, and film festivals play an essential role in connecting our community and supporting the works of independent storytellers. Please join us in a celebration of our communities, our audiences, independent filmmakers and what makes the film festival experience so unique. 

About the Film

Defying midlife haze, two friends, a graphic novelist and a chef, seize an unlikely opportunity to reinvent their lives, quitting their jobs to restore an old bowling alley and serve the “world's greatest pizza."

Phoenix, Oregon stars James Le Gros (Drugstore Cowboy, Living in Oblivion), Lisa Edelstein (Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce, House), Jesse Borrego (Fame, Blood In Blood Out), Reynaldo Gallegos (Triple Frontier, American Sniper), Diedrich Bader (Napoleon Dynamite, Office Space, Veep), and Kevin Corrigan (The Departed, Pineapple Express, True Romance).