Filmmaker Magazine Interview: The Freeman Brothers on Cell Count, The Weather Outside and Indie Genre Filmmaking

"Your film is a noir at its heart, its protagonist is very much an antihero and you feel that there’s a larger, mechanism of fate working against him." - Filmmaker Magazine Interview

http://filmmakermagazine.com/68356-the-freeman-brothers-on-cell-count-the-weather-outside-and-indie-genre-filmmaking/

Portland Mercury Review

Atmospheric, well acted, and full of Portland haunts, The Weather Outside has the three hallmarks of a great holiday haze: booze, smoking, and deals with the devil.” — Courtney Ferguson, Portland Mercury

http://www.portlandmercury.com/portland/the-weather-outside/Film?oid=7902712

The Reviews Keep Coming

"If you get the chance to see The Weather Outside, I suggest you do. To categorize it, for easy consumption, is no easy task, although I would say that a mind-bending modern day noir might get near to where it is. At the end of the day it is an incredibly well-crafted movie that I thoroughly enjoyed." — Jude Felton, Lair of Filth

http://www.thelairoffilth.com/2012/11/filthy-review-weather-outside.html

First Advance Review

First advance review for The Weather Outside:

"The craftsmanship is top notch. Nothing is left to chance. Every line of dialogue, every action, and every movement of the camera has meaning. Concentration is necessary at all times for the proper enjoyment of "The Weather Outside". - - Dusty Wallace, Dusty on Movies

http://www.dustyonmovies.com/2012/09/the-weather-outside-2012.html

 

The Weather Outside won Best Feature by a Pacific Northwest Filmmaker at the Eugene International Film Festival!  Thanks goes out to the cast and crew! More screening and festival news coming soon!
 

The Weather Outside won Best Feature by a Pacific Northwest Filmmaker at the Eugene International Film Festival!  Thanks goes out to the cast and crew! More screening and festival news coming soon!

 

World Premiere News!

PORTLAND, Oregon (September 19, 2012) – “The Weather Outside”, produced by Polluted Pictures in association with Wooden Frame Productions, will have its World Premiere as part of  The Eugene International Film Festival at 7 PM on October 19th, 2012 at the Regal Valley River Center Stadium 15 & IMAX  in Eugene, Oregon.

“The Weather Outside” was the second of three feature films shot in 2011 from Wooden Frame Productions that utilized the Oregon state iOPIF rebate program which provides rebates of 20% of goods and services and 10% of Oregon labor for films produced by Oregon filmmakers who spend a minimum of $75,000 but not more than $750,000 on their project. Over 50 cast and crew for the film were residents of Oregon.

The Eugene International Film Festival is now in its sixth year and celebrates independent film from around the world.  Legendary film-maker Roger Corman has referred to it as “…one of America’s top film fests and getting better every year.

Polluted Pictures and Wooden Frame Productions are currently in talks with Sales Representatives as well as Distributors all over the world.  The poster for the film “The Weather Outside” was designed by the inimitable Tom Hodge (The Dude Designs).

For information regarding upcoming festival news and more go to  www.theweatheroutside.com as well as liking us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/theweatheroutside

Trailer and Poster in the UK!

With the feature film “The Weather Outside” getting ready to go to markets around the world in the upcoming months it is Polluted Pictures and Wooden Frame Production’s profound pleasure to present the Official Trailer and Poster for the upcoming romantic and darkly comedic film noir, The Weather Outside.

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