Priced Out Hits Theaters DecEMBER 3, 12 & 13

McMenamins' Kennedy School Theater. Our first film, NorthEast Passage premiered at the Kennedy School way back in 2002.

McMenamins' Kennedy School Theater. Our first film, NorthEast Passage premiered at the Kennedy School way back in 2002.

The Priced Out production team is happy to announce a series of theatrical screenings starting this Sunday, Dec. 3.

Priced Out: 15 Years of Gentrification in Portland, Oregon will screen at the Clinton Street Theater in Southeast Portland on Sunday, Dec. 3, and at the Kennedy School Theater in Northeast Portland, Dec. 12 and Dec. 13.

Priced Out is the sequel to the documentary NorthEast Passage: The Inner City and the American Dream, which premiered at the Kennedy School in 2002.

“It’s like a homecoming,” said Priced Out director Cornelius Swart. “We were the first independent film to ever show at the Kennedy School. It was kind of a new venue at that time and they only showed first-run movies. It’s very touching and a little ironic that we could come back to the theater after all these years.”

NorthEast Passage’s premiere in 2002 sold out quickly, and the show turned away hundreds of people each of its two screening nights. Priced Out's premiere events also sold out quickly. Advance tickets are not available for the Kennedy School shows, so come early. Tickets are cash only, sliding scale $5–$10.

Advance tickets are available for Clinton Street Theater, $8.

Sunday, Dec 3
Clinton Street Theatre
2522 SE Clinton Street Portland, OR 97202
7 pm, short Q&A to follow
Tickets $8 Online Purchases HERE
THEATER HAS NO PARKING

Tuesday, Dec 12
Kennedy School Theater
5736 NE 33rd Ave. Portland, OR 97211
7 pm Early Show
8 pm Q&A
9:30 pm Late Show
10:30 Q&A
VERY LIMITED PARKING

Wednesday, Dec 13
Kennedy School Theater
5736 NE 33rd Ave. Portland, OR 97211
7 pm Early Show
8 pm Q&A
9:30 pm Late Show
10:30 pm Q&A
Tickets $5–$10 sliding scale, cash only at the door
VERY LIMITED PARKING