CineLayan Film Festival in Portland, June 5th and 6th, 2009

posted 2009 Apr by Katrina Yuen

If you’re in the Portland, OR area on June 5th or 6th, you MUST go to this event. A film festival showcasing Filipino documentaries focusing on social justice and environmental issues. The documentaries will move you. Plus, proceeds benefit Green Empowerment, Gawad Kalinga, and Philippine documentary filmmakers. Good flicks, treats, and people too.

CineLayan Film Festival

Makings of a Mamapreneur, Sept 23 - 24, 2008

posted 2008 Aug by Katrina Yuen

Are you a mom who’s considering starting her own business? Then you must check this out.

Visit the Mamapreneurs, Inc. website to learn more.

Portland, OR Moonrise Film Festival: April 25-26

posted 2008 Apr by Katrina Yuen

I hope you’ll join me for dinner and a movie on Friday, April 25th. The Moonrise Film Festival is returning to Portland this year to showcase Filipino documentaries highlighting environmental and social issues in the Philippines. We’re thrilled that the FilmFest is back this year – Portland is the only US city to hold the event.

  • Friday, April 25th at 6pm: Filipino dinner followed by Batad, a full-length feature film. $25/person, $40/couple, $60/family
  • Saturday, April 26th: 4pm matinee and 7pm showings of award winning Lawa ng Bae plus 3 short films
  • All proceeds will benefit the delivery of potable water, watershed restoration, and renewable energy based electricity and lighting in rural agrarian villages throughout the Philippines with the help of Green Empowerment.
  • Learn more and buy tickets by visiting You can also buy tickets at the door: Holladay Park Plaza, 1300 NE 16th Ave, Portland, OR.

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posted 2007 Nov by Katrina Yuen

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Moonrise Film Festival

posted 2007 Nov by Katrina Yuen

The 2007 Portland Moonrise Film Festival was an exciting introduction to the Philippines’ showcase of documentaries presenting social, environmental, and cultural issues in the Philippines. We’re excited to hear that an effort is underway to bring it back to Portland in 2008. Come back often to learn more or join our mailing list so that you can be one of the first to know!

Come visit us at The Mom Shop!

posted 2007 Aug by Katrina Yuen

Join us at The Mom Shop on Saturday, August 18. It’s 10 am to 5 pm at Portland State University’s Smith Memorial Ballroom (1825 SW Broadway, Portland, OR 97201).

This event features locally-owned businesses run by moms. Find baby and children’s clothing and accessories, women’s clothing and accessories, schools and programs, gifts and home decor, stationery, spa services, pregnancy and post-partum services, healthcare practitioners, fitness programs, graphic design services, custom art pieces, baby keepsakes, mortgage brokers, office & meeting spaces, banks, event services, cupcakes, baby food, cafes, and more!

There’s going to be a children’s activity center, workshops, swag bags, and raffles. We’d love to meet you and have you check out our fun products! See you there…

DETAILS: Admission is $3 per adult and kids 12 and older; kids under age 12 get in for free. Admission price includes one raffle ticket. Raffle Tickets are $2 each or 3 for $5. Proceeds benefit the Bradley-Angle House. Day parking passes are available for $3 at the 6th street entrance kiosk. Attendees may wish to park on the 4th floor of the parking structure. There is a skybridge that leads directly from the 4th floor to the 3rd floor of the Smith Union, where the ballroom is located.