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The Bigfoot Project - Oregon Bigfoot Festival Screening
7:30P on August 18th at the Mt. Hood Community College Theater, join the team behind "The Bigfoot Project" for a special screening and Q&A.
Captain Steve (Andy Goldenberg) wants to make a movie about Bigfoot. More specifically, he wants to make a movie about discovering Bigfoot. After meeting the zany hermit Willie Ray (Kevin Farley), the rag-tag team of amateur filmmakers decides to venture into the backwoods of Georgia to search for the elusive beast. They must overcome the forest and each other to find the mysterious monster on this hilarious adventure.
YouTube pioneer and Hollywood actor Andy Goldenberg (Jack and Jill) stars as Steve, an aspiring filmmaker and fearless leader of the intrepid group of Bigfoot seekers. He doesn't believe the beast is out there, he knows he is.
Emily O'Brien (Pernicious) has been nominated for three Daytime Emmy Awards and is currently taking the entertainment industry by storm. Jamie, her character in The Bigfoot Project, is a true filmmaking professional on a team in need of some professionalism.
Funny man and improv guru Nick Armstrong has been seen in "Parks and Recreation", "Grey's Anatomy", "The Office" and a dozen other shows you probably watch. He plays Moose, the vocal Bigfoot skeptic on this adventure.
The always charming and hilarious Arnie Pantoja (Hamlet 2) has been featured in tons of commercials, movies, cartoons, and TV shows. His character Mickey captures audio for the team, but he's really just excited to be there.
You've seen Hollywood veteran Kevin Farley in "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia", "Curb Your Enthusiasm", "The Waterboy" and many other projects in the span of his twenty plus year career. Here he plays Willie Ray, a crazy, stew-making hermit who says he's friends with Bigfoot.
Ricardo Herrera has been working in Hollywood for the past seven years on countless productions alongside industry giants but he's directing his first feature in "The Bigfoot Project." It certainly wont be his last.
This special screening is not an official event of the Oregon Bigfoot Festival but is open to all festival attendees and the general public. This film is not rated but is not recommended for children under 13.Location Mt. Hood Community College Theatre
26000 SE Stark St.
Gresham, OR 97030