Encircle Films
Documentaries to inform and inspire action

About Us

Encircle Films

Board of Directors

Cole Haslinger
Beth Jasper
Kristine Jensen
Wayne Martin
Jessica Medaille
Eva Osirus
Phil Prince
Eric Schiff
David Zupan

Help support Encircle Films –
a 501(c)(3) non-profit and qualified member of The Oregon Cultural Trust!

You can donate through the ‘Donate’ button or by sending a check to:
Encircle Films
2625 W. 22nd Ave
Eugene, OR 97405

Our Story

The mission of Encircle Films is to create awareness of important social issues by showing impactful documentaries, inviting guest speakers to facilitate audience discussion, and inspiring citizens to get involved in issues of importance to them.

Every third Thursday, from September through June at the Art House, concerned people come together to watch, listen, and participate in the screening of a film followed by a discussion about current issues facing our community and our planet. Now in our eleventh season, Encircle Films has covered topics including climate change, health care, homelessness, gun violence, concerns for vulnerable and aging citizens, social justice issues, and many more.

The hosts of this series are a group of community-minded individuals dedicated to exploring issues that affect us on a global and local level. Our common goal is to give voice to our spirit of concern for community, country, and planet. Our ultimate hope is to create a world of mutual respect, integrity, and compassion.

For more information email us at info@encirclefilms.org

Thank you for supporting Encircle Films — for coming to the films, for joining in our discussions, and for being a part of a community that values thoughtful, informative documentaries.

Please consider a tax-deductible donation to Encircle Films, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and qualified member of The Oregon Cultural Trust. Ticket sales do not cover the cost of screening fees and advertising and we rely on sponsorships and donations in order to continue bringing these outstanding films and speakers to the Eugene-Springfield area.