Phoenix, Oregon

The Oregon-made film ‘Phoenix, Oregon’ will be shown virtually Friday through Tuesday.

The Oregon-made film “Phoenix, Oregon” will be streamed at 5 p.m. Saturday as a fundraiser for Oregon’s restaurants.

The event is hosted by the Oregon Hospitality Foundation and Theatrical-At-Home. Tickets to view the movie cost $6.50. All proceeds will be donated to Oregon restaurants.

The film tells the story of two friends who quit their jobs to restore an abandoned bowling alley and serve pizza. After the streaming, the movie’s cast and crew will participate in a live question and answer session at 7 p.m.

The event will be available to watch between May 8-12. To purchase a ticket, visit bit.ly/2WsXm9t.

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