Oregon continues to be a destination for creative media producers from around the world. From Emmy-winning television productions to Oscar-nominated feature films; world-class animation to award-winning interactive games, Oregon is a brand unto itself. Crew. Cast. Locations.

#OregonMade is not only a tag but also a registered trademark for a creative non-profit.

The OregonMade “stamp” appears in the end crawl credits for projects that have benefited from Oregon’s various incentive programs and/or have been produced by one of Oregon’s many talented producers. The “stamp” identifies creative projects, people, and programs that make this state unique. You can see the OregonMade “stamp” on projects that have shot and completed in Oregon. Projects like the Oscar-winning “Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio” and Emmy-winning “Portlandia” and “Trinkets” and Emmy nominated “Shrill.”

The Oregon Made “stamp” is also at the heart of the #OregonMade Creative Foundation, a 501c(3) non-profit that helps to administer the Pathways Placement Program, the Oregon Film Trail, and the Creative Opportunity Program.

We are proud to have the support of the creative community to celebrate this brand and their contribution to the growth of our industry.

Please check out this video from FujiFilm about “Tell Your Story” Grant winner Karina Lomelin Ripper’s short film “Chispa” –