The theater is a free 17-seat microcinema at Portland International Airport that offers a quarterly-changing program of locally made short films on a looping reel.
One of the current short films is all about an Oregon Christmas tree farm that harvest trees by helicopter.
This week, the Hollywood Theatre PDX tried something new: it invited a local musician to come by and play a live score to several silent films, including Buster Keaton’s “The General”.
This may be the first time silent films have been scored in an airport. And that’s pretty darn cool.
So we’re declaring this the “Airport Amenity of the Week.”
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