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On a recent road trip we stopped by the Starlite and found it fantastically enchantingâ€" the people who worked there were obviously tremendously proud of their theater and played up the nostalgia of the drive-in to great effect. With the logistical difficulties of operating a drive-in these days, I sure hope people stop by Mitchell on their way across the states to see the Corn Palace and take in a film at the Starlite. Mitchell’s a great place to spend the night.
The Guild Theatre is operated by the Portland Art Museum’s Northwest Film Center for year-round exhibition of foreign, regional and independent films. Part of this schedule includes the Portland International Film Festival each February, and the Northwest Film & Video Festival each November. The Northwest Film Center also screens work in the Portland Art Museum’s Whitsell Auditorium and the School of Film offers a wide variety of classes and workshops through its School of Film. For more information, go to www.nwfilm.org