Great news! My feature film musical “Everything Went Down” has been picked up by Hulu and licensed for broadcast and on-demand by Comcast.  It’s also available for streaming and download at VHX, for streaming at Amazon Instant, and for purchase on DVD from Amazon.

To stream the film on Hulu:
http://www.hulu.com/watch/682848

To purchase the film on DVD:
http://www.amazon.com/Everything-Went-Down-Noah-Drew/dp/B00NG0QSNY/ref=sr_1_12?ie=UTF8&qid=1410362244&sr=8-12&keywords=everything+went+down

To stream or download the film from VHX:
http://everythingwentdown.vhx.tv/

The Amazon Instant link will be posted to my social media as soon as it becomes available. The Comcast broadcasts and on-demand will begin later this Fall.

My short film Ground London has won Best Experimental Film from the Oregon Independent Film Festival!  The film will screen at the Clinton Street Theater in Portland on Friday, September 19th, at 7:00pm.

We’ve got three awesome events upcoming at Portland State with my friend, filmmaker Fred Dekker.  Fred is taking time out of his busy schedule (he’s currently working with Shane Black on the reboot of the Predator franchise - how cool is that!?) to come do a talk, a screening, and a directing workshop for my students. I’ll be moderating the talk and the screening of The Monster Squad.  The screening and the talk are both open to the public.  The talk is free, and the screening is $6.  These events are co-sponsored by Portland State Film, Portland State of Mind, and the Hollywood Theater.
See you there! We’ve got three awesome events upcoming at Portland State with my friend, filmmaker Fred Dekker.  Fred is taking time out of his busy schedule (he’s currently working with Shane Black on the reboot of the Predator franchise - how cool is that!?) to come do a talk, a screening, and a directing workshop for my students. I’ll be moderating the talk and the screening of The Monster Squad.  The screening and the talk are both open to the public.  The talk is free, and the screening is $6.  These events are co-sponsored by Portland State Film, Portland State of Mind, and the Hollywood Theater.
See you there! We’ve got three awesome events upcoming at Portland State with my friend, filmmaker Fred Dekker.  Fred is taking time out of his busy schedule (he’s currently working with Shane Black on the reboot of the Predator franchise - how cool is that!?) to come do a talk, a screening, and a directing workshop for my students. I’ll be moderating the talk and the screening of The Monster Squad.  The screening and the talk are both open to the public.  The talk is free, and the screening is $6.  These events are co-sponsored by Portland State Film, Portland State of Mind, and the Hollywood Theater.
See you there!

We’ve got three awesome events upcoming at Portland State with my friend, filmmaker Fred Dekker.  Fred is taking time out of his busy schedule (he’s currently working with Shane Black on the reboot of the Predator franchise - how cool is that!?) to come do a talk, a screening, and a directing workshop for my students. I’ll be moderating the talk and the screening of The Monster Squad.  The screening and the talk are both open to the public.  The talk is free, and the screening is $6.  These events are co-sponsored by Portland State Film, Portland State of Mind, and the Hollywood Theater.

See you there!

From Portland State University’s Portland State of Mind:

On Monday, October 20th, as part of the Portland State of Mind series of events, the Portland State Alumni Association will present a free screening of Portland State film professor Dustin Morrow’s feature film musical “Everything Went Down”.  The film has won five Best Film awards at film festivals, and screened at festivals, universities, conferences and art house cinemas across the country.  The movie received rave reviews from critics and was the subject of a TED Talk.  

In the style of the beloved, Oscar-winning Irish film “Once”, “Everything Went Down” is a real-world musical about a young widower who finds his way back into the world through a growing friendship with a struggling singer-songwriter.  More information about the film can be found at www.everythingwentdown.com.

"Everything Will Down" will be presented with an introduction and a Q & A by Prof. Morrow on Monday, October 20th, at 6:00pm in the Studio Theater in Lincoln Hall.  The screening is free and open to the public.

I will be giving two workshops and introducing a screening of “Everything Went Down” in a couple weeks at Monmouth College.  The screening is free and open to the public.

I’m excited to announce that my film “Ground London” will be screening as part of this year’s Portland Film Festival. The film will show on Friday, August 29th, at 11:45am at the Living Room Theater in downtown Portland. The Living Room is one of my favorite cinemas in the city, and I’ve wanted to see my work onscreen there for some time now, so this is a real treat for me.

Some big news on the horizon: “Everything Went Down” is gearing up for its DVD and streaming video release!  We’ll have more details, including where you can stream, buy and rent the film soon.

We also have a couple of cool screenings coming up in Illinois and Oregon in the next couple months - I’ll update you on those soon.

Stay tuned!

An Lar TV, a television and web network in Ireland dedicated to programming that explores Irish history, arts and culture, has picked up the twelve short films that comprise my anthology “Firinne: Searching for Ireland”. The anthology of documentary, narrative, and experimental films, which range in length from one minute to twenty minutes, and which were shot entirely in Ireland, explore the many facets of contemporary Irish cultural identity. The films have played festivals in Ireland before, but An Lar’s endorsement of the work means a lot to me as they are among the sharpest curators of artistic works that are meaningful to the discussion of what it means to be Irish in 2014.  
If you’re interested in seeing any of them, the films can also be viewed at my Vimeo channel: http://www.vimeo.com/dustinmorrow.

An Lar TV, a television and web network in Ireland dedicated to programming that explores Irish history, arts and culture, has picked up the twelve short films that comprise my anthology “Firinne: Searching for Ireland”. The anthology of documentary, narrative, and experimental films, which range in length from one minute to twenty minutes, and which were shot entirely in Ireland, explore the many facets of contemporary Irish cultural identity. The films have played festivals in Ireland before, but An Lar’s endorsement of the work means a lot to me as they are among the sharpest curators of artistic works that are meaningful to the discussion of what it means to be Irish in 2014.  

If you’re interested in seeing any of them, the films can also be viewed at my Vimeo channel: http://www.vimeo.com/dustinmorrow.

The Columbia Gorge International Film Festival will be screening two of my recent films this weekend - my short experimental documentary “Ground London” and my feature-length musical “Everything Went Down”.  Each film will screen at the festival twice.  I will be doing Q&A’s at the July 2nd and 3rd screenings.  Below are times and locations.

"Everything Went Down"

          - Sunday, August 3rd, 6:00pm, Vancouver Library 

          - Saturday, August 9th, 3:00pm, Camas Library

"Ground London"

          - Saturday, August 2nd, 2:00pm, Vancouver Library 

          - Thursday, August 14th, Camas Library

Cool news! My musical feature film Everything Went Down will screen at the Columbia Gorge International Film Festival in Vancouver, Washington.  I’ll be there for a Q&A after the screening.  The screening is tentatively set for 6:00pm on August 3rd. Watch their website for more details: http://www.angaelica.com/festivals/2014cgiff/

Congrats to the entire cast and crew of Everything Went Down! Cool news! My musical feature film Everything Went Down will screen at the Columbia Gorge International Film Festival in Vancouver, Washington.  I’ll be there for a Q&A after the screening.  The screening is tentatively set for 6:00pm on August 3rd. Watch their website for more details: http://www.angaelica.com/festivals/2014cgiff/

Congrats to the entire cast and crew of Everything Went Down! Cool news! My musical feature film Everything Went Down will screen at the Columbia Gorge International Film Festival in Vancouver, Washington.  I’ll be there for a Q&A after the screening.  The screening is tentatively set for 6:00pm on August 3rd. Watch their website for more details: http://www.angaelica.com/festivals/2014cgiff/

Congrats to the entire cast and crew of Everything Went Down!

Cool news! My musical feature film Everything Went Down will screen at the Columbia Gorge International Film Festival in Vancouver, Washington.  I’ll be there for a Q&A after the screening.  The screening is tentatively set for 6:00pm on August 3rd. Watch their website for more details: http://www.angaelica.com/festivals/2014cgiff/

Congrats to the entire cast and crew of Everything Went Down!

Screening news: my short experimental documentary Ground London has been selected to screen in several upcoming venues, including the VideoBabel International Audiovisual Festival in Peru, the Cologne International Videoart Festival, the Columbia Gorge International Film Festival (which is also going to be screening my feature musical Everything Went Down), and the University Film and Video Conference in Bozeman, MT.



 



 



 


Screening news: my short experimental documentary Ground London has been selected to screen in several upcoming venues, including the VideoBabel International Audiovisual Festival in Peru, the Cologne International Videoart Festival, the Columbia Gorge International Film Festival (which is also going to be screening my feature musical Everything Went Down), and the University Film and Video Conference in Bozeman, MT.



 



 



 


Screening news: my short experimental documentary Ground London has been selected to screen in several upcoming venues, including the VideoBabel International Audiovisual Festival in Peru, the Cologne International Videoart Festival, the Columbia Gorge International Film Festival (which is also going to be screening my feature musical Everything Went Down), and the University Film and Video Conference in Bozeman, MT.



 



 



 


Screening news: my short experimental documentary Ground London has been selected to screen in several upcoming venues, including the VideoBabel International Audiovisual Festival in Peru, the Cologne International Videoart Festival, the Columbia Gorge International Film Festival (which is also going to be screening my feature musical Everything Went Down), and the University Film and Video Conference in Bozeman, MT.

Screening news: my short experimental documentary Ground London has been selected to screen in several upcoming venues, including the VideoBabel International Audiovisual Festival in Peru, the Cologne International Videoart Festival, the Columbia Gorge International Film Festival (which is also going to be screening my feature musical Everything Went Down), and the University Film and Video Conference in Bozeman, MT.

Some screening news: my experimental documentary film “Ground London” has been screening around the nation recently.  After premiering at the Northwest Filmmakers Festival (where it won “Best Experimental Film”) and moving on to the OpenLens Festival and the Big Muddy Film Festival, it has moved on to the Experimental Film Festival Portland in Portland, OR; the FILE 2014 Electronic Language International Festival in Sao Paulo, Brazil; the ArtsFest Film Festival in Harrisburg, PA; and the Athens International Film and Video Festival in Athens, GA.  The film will screen at more festivals this summer.
Thanks to all of the festivals, their programmers and audiences for supporting the film!
             



 



 



 











 
Some screening news: my experimental documentary film “Ground London” has been screening around the nation recently.  After premiering at the Northwest Filmmakers Festival (where it won “Best Experimental Film”) and moving on to the OpenLens Festival and the Big Muddy Film Festival, it has moved on to the Experimental Film Festival Portland in Portland, OR; the FILE 2014 Electronic Language International Festival in Sao Paulo, Brazil; the ArtsFest Film Festival in Harrisburg, PA; and the Athens International Film and Video Festival in Athens, GA.  The film will screen at more festivals this summer.
Thanks to all of the festivals, their programmers and audiences for supporting the film!
             



 



 



 











 
Some screening news: my experimental documentary film “Ground London” has been screening around the nation recently.  After premiering at the Northwest Filmmakers Festival (where it won “Best Experimental Film”) and moving on to the OpenLens Festival and the Big Muddy Film Festival, it has moved on to the Experimental Film Festival Portland in Portland, OR; the FILE 2014 Electronic Language International Festival in Sao Paulo, Brazil; the ArtsFest Film Festival in Harrisburg, PA; and the Athens International Film and Video Festival in Athens, GA.  The film will screen at more festivals this summer.
Thanks to all of the festivals, their programmers and audiences for supporting the film!
             



 



 



 











 
Some screening news: my experimental documentary film “Ground London” has been screening around the nation recently.  After premiering at the Northwest Filmmakers Festival (where it won “Best Experimental Film”) and moving on to the OpenLens Festival and the Big Muddy Film Festival, it has moved on to the Experimental Film Festival Portland in Portland, OR; the FILE 2014 Electronic Language International Festival in Sao Paulo, Brazil; the ArtsFest Film Festival in Harrisburg, PA; and the Athens International Film and Video Festival in Athens, GA.  The film will screen at more festivals this summer.
Thanks to all of the festivals, their programmers and audiences for supporting the film!
             



 



 



 











 

Some screening news: my experimental documentary film “Ground London” has been screening around the nation recently.  After premiering at the Northwest Filmmakers Festival (where it won “Best Experimental Film”) and moving on to the OpenLens Festival and the Big Muddy Film Festival, it has moved on to the Experimental Film Festival Portland in Portland, OR; the FILE 2014 Electronic Language International Festival in Sao Paulo, Brazil; the ArtsFest Film Festival in Harrisburg, PA; and the Athens International Film and Video Festival in Athens, GA.  The film will screen at more festivals this summer.

Thanks to all of the festivals, their programmers and audiences for supporting the film!

 

 

I was in Seattle for the SCMS (Society for Cinema and Media Studies) 2014 Conference and snapped a few photos.  Not in the same league as Portland, but a beautiful city! I was in Seattle for the SCMS (Society for Cinema and Media Studies) 2014 Conference and snapped a few photos.  Not in the same league as Portland, but a beautiful city! I was in Seattle for the SCMS (Society for Cinema and Media Studies) 2014 Conference and snapped a few photos.  Not in the same league as Portland, but a beautiful city! I was in Seattle for the SCMS (Society for Cinema and Media Studies) 2014 Conference and snapped a few photos.  Not in the same league as Portland, but a beautiful city! I was in Seattle for the SCMS (Society for Cinema and Media Studies) 2014 Conference and snapped a few photos.  Not in the same league as Portland, but a beautiful city! I was in Seattle for the SCMS (Society for Cinema and Media Studies) 2014 Conference and snapped a few photos.  Not in the same league as Portland, but a beautiful city! I was in Seattle for the SCMS (Society for Cinema and Media Studies) 2014 Conference and snapped a few photos.  Not in the same league as Portland, but a beautiful city! I was in Seattle for the SCMS (Society for Cinema and Media Studies) 2014 Conference and snapped a few photos.  Not in the same league as Portland, but a beautiful city! I was in Seattle for the SCMS (Society for Cinema and Media Studies) 2014 Conference and snapped a few photos.  Not in the same league as Portland, but a beautiful city! I was in Seattle for the SCMS (Society for Cinema and Media Studies) 2014 Conference and snapped a few photos.  Not in the same league as Portland, but a beautiful city!

I was in Seattle for the SCMS (Society for Cinema and Media Studies) 2014 Conference and snapped a few photos.  Not in the same league as Portland, but a beautiful city!

Great news - Everything Went Down has won another award!  The Black Earth Film Festival has awarded the film “Best of the Festival”!

Great news - Everything Went Down has won another award!  The Black Earth Film Festival has awarded the film “Best of the Festival”!

I’m excited to announce that Everything Went Down has been named an official selection of the Canada International Film Festival, which has also given the film a Royal Reel Award.  The Royal Reel designates that the movie is one of the ten best films submitted to the festival this year (out of more than 3000 submissions). Congrats to the Everything Went Down cast and crew!