About the Encircle Film Series

Featuring daring documentaries about controversial topics, the Encircle Film Series hosted at the Metro is a bold contributor to Eugene’s local film and arts scene.

With monthly screenings, guest speakers, and after-movie discussions, we aim to raise awareness by exposing the truth through media—evoking action to create a world of mutual respect, integrity, and compassion. The hosts of this series are an evolving group of community-minded individuals dedicated to exploring issues that affect us on a global and local level. Our common goal is to give a voice to our spirit of concern for community, country, and planet.

Keep up with our upcoming screenings by subscribing to our email list by emailing encirclefilmseugene@gmail.com, or follow us on Facebook or Twitter. And for information about making a tax-deductible donation to the Encircle Film Series, click here.

Encircle Films is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization run by a volunteer-based board of directors. If you have input to share or would like to get involved, contact us!

Eugene on Thursday, January 8, 2015. (Eugene Johnson/E. W. Johnson Photography)

(Eugene Johnson/E. W. Johnson Photography)

Current members of the board and volunteer staff from left to right:

Mark Stafford, Phil Prince, Wayne Martin, David Zupan, Aloha Heart, Paul Howard, Kristine Jensen, Luke Grossmiller, & Norma Sax (not included: Beth Jasper).

Encircle board2Pic with Encircle Film’s founder, Vicki Anderson, in front and center.

Statement of Purpose
To encourage a revolution in consciousness through education, instigating action, showing films, inviting guest speakers to facilitate audience discussion, and supporting the making of educational media.

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