Collaboration, Support, and Networking


Encircle Films is grateful for opportunities to partner with organizations that support our mission of bringing important, informative, and action inspiring documentaries to the Eugene community.

As a non-profit organization, we rely on these relationships and actively seek sponsorships for individual film screenings throughout our seasons. These sponsorships help Encircle Films meet film rental and promotional costs. We also gratefully accept donations to support our efforts through the PayPal donation link on our website.

With your support, and that of our partners and sponsors, Encircle Films is able to continue our mission.

Please find a list of organizations here that we recognize and thank for their commitment to us.

Broadway Metro Theater


The Broadway Metro Theater has been a vital partner for Encircle Films – this is our home! We are extremely fortunate to have such an excellent venue to screen our documentaries. The theater itself is just the right size with very comfortable seating for around 100 people, excellent state of the art video and audio, and management that extends great and friendly support to meet our needs and those of our audience. Sign up for their Newsletter to stay current on the latest film showings.


Over the last 49 years, Bullfrog Films has become the leading US publisher of independently-produced documentaries on environmental and related social justice issues that point the way to living healthily, happily, and with greater concern for the other inhabitants of this planet, and for our descendants.

Media Education Foundation produces and distributes documentary films and other educational resources to inspire critical thinking about the social, political, and cultural impact of American mass media.


GOOD DOCS are films that do good in the world. Our award-winning collection engages and inspires students by featuring rarely heard stories about individuals and communities working towards a more equitable world. We champion creative expression and complex films that provoke critical thinking. GOOD DOCS represents established documentarians and passionate new filmmakers driven by their experiences as educators, academics, journalists, artists, social workers, community members, and activists.

Norman Solomon is an American journalist, media critic, author and activist. His latest book, “War Made Invisible: How America Hides the Human Toll of Its Military Machine,” will be published by The New Press in June 2023. In a starred review, Kirkus Reviews called the book “a powerful, necessary indictment of efforts to disguise the human toll of American foreign policy.”

He is co-founder and national director of the online organization, which now has upwards of 1.3 million online supporters. To sign up, go to

For more information about War Made Invisible and to order the book, visit:

To find out how progressive organizations can obtain bulk copies of War Made Invisible at a deep discount, contact:


DisOrient is the premiere Asian American independent film festival of Oregon, celebrating films with authentic Asian Pacific American voices, histories and stories. We highlight social justice themes that translate to universal human experiences. We promote representation, diversity and inclusion to broaden the narrative of who is American, and to strengthen and build community.

We are a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization entirely run by volunteers who support our mission, and who believe in the power of film to create positive change.

KEPW 97.3 FM PeaceWorks Community Radio provides an independent, listener-supported, on-air forum for artists, activists, and other members of our community whose voices have been marginalized or otherwise left unheard. We value peace, justice, integrity, and community. We showcase music from the Northwest, focus on solution based news, and share diverse content from throughout our local listening area and beyond.

The mission of Eugene PeaceWorks is to create a society free of war, oppression and exploitation and to demonstrate that peace works through education, nonviolent grassroots action and mutual empowerment.

CALC works to educate and organize for peace, human dignity, and social, racial and economic justice. CALC is still addressing many of the same issues that have defined it for decades: the struggle for racial justice, immigrant rights, economic justice and educational equity and opposing heterosexism, anti-Semitism and other isms. We’re challenging war, militarism and the drive for global hegemony, seeking to define true security as everyone having decent housing, education, food, work and health care.