"To put it simply — and, yes, gratefully — 'Phoenix, Oregon' is the sort of movie a lot of us need right now." -Variety
Takeout & A Movie

Phoenix, Oregon

Takeout & A Movie

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SUPPORT RESTAURANTS WHO ARE SERVING MEALS TO OUR FRONT LINE HEROES & TO THOSE EXPERIENCING FOOD INSECURITY
All revenues are shared with the Oregon Hospitality Foundation in support of Oregon restaurants! Watch anytime through May 17. 
The film is available to view from anywhere in the U.S. & Canada. Watch on desktop, laptop, phone or screencast to TV through Airplay, Chromecast or HDMI cable. Casting to Roku TV requires direct HDMI connection.
All ticket purchases receive a one-time link to watch the movie at home + a free digital copy upon its official release this summer.
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Oregon Hospitality Foundation's first fundraiser, Takeout & A Movie offers a unique and fun opportunity to benefit restaurants statewide who are supporting their community’s feeding needs. 100% of the money they receive will be distributed. In addition, the Oregon Hospitality Foundation is committing $10,000 from its own funding to this cause. See more at www.HospitalityHelpFund.org.

About "Phoenix, Oregon" the movie

"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." -Bend Source Weekly

Two friends, a graphic novelist, and a chef, seize an unlikely opportunity to reinvent their lives by quitting their jobs to restore an old bowling alley and serve the “world's greatest pizza."  For foodies and those who just enjoying dining out, 'Chef Carlos' poignantly portrays the passion that chefs have for food and their desire to create community around their table.  For all of us needing a boost during this uncertain time, the story of how the two find the courage and resilience to take new risks and keep their dreams alive is encouraging, as well as humorous. The timing of the film’s release is uncanny as an analogy to the phrase “like rising like a Phoenix from the ashes”.

The film stars an impressive lineup of indie film stalwarts and comedy favorites including James Le Gros (DRUGSTORE COWBOY, LIVING IN OBLIVION), Lisa Edelstein (“House”), Jesse Borrego (“Fame,” BLOOD IN BLOOD OUT), Reynaldo Gallegos (AMERICAN SNIPER), Diedrich Bader (NAPOLEON DYNAMITE, OFFICE SPACE, “Veep”), and Kevin Corrigan (THE DEPARTED, PINEAPPLE EXPRESS, TRUE ROMANCE).

More About Oregon Hospitality Foundation

Donations

$10 helps pay the cost of food and labor to provide a meal to our frontline heroes and to those in need. Direct donations to the Hospitality Help Relief Fund are welcome here. All direct donations to the foundation may be tax deductible via our 501c3 nonprofit foundation status. Consult your tax professional.

Beneficiaries 

  • Restaurants receiving funds will be chosen via an online submission to the foundation. Award decisions will be made by a committee of OHF’s Board of Directors.
  • Our goal is to reach a $30,000 milestone and then begin to distribute $2,000 (enough for roughly 200 meals) to qualifying restaurants across Oregon. A list of beneficiaries will be posted on our webpage. The fund will be ongoing throughout the COVID-19 challenges, and we will support a rotating list of eligible restaurants as we continue to raise money. 

Contact Us: Wendy Popkin, Executive Director, Oregon Hospitality Foundation 503-682-4422