Proudly located in the heart of Downtown Springfield. 630 Main Street.
Opened in 2006, the Richard E. Wildish Community Theater is the premiere entertainment destination for the greater Springfield area. The theater features 283 seats in stadium seating and there is truly 'not a bad seat in the house'. The excellent acoustics and flexible stage showcase the wide array of activity that has become a calling card for the young facility.
The Wildish Board of Directors is committed to the mission of offering a professional facility at accessible costs. Four of the area's most popular arts organizations now call the Wildish their 'artistic home'.
More than twenty other arts and business groups regularly use the Wildish.
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Eugene Children's Film Festival
Sunday August 21st 2016 at the Wildish Theater at 3:00 pm.
Unlike many children film festivals which are designed to show films for kids as an intended audience, The Eugene Children's Film Festival is a celebration of the visual art created by kids! Any child enrolled in school (K -12) can submit a short 3 minute film to be entered into the festival. It is completely free to enter and submitting your film online at our website: www.aacfoundation.org is easy to do. Last year we had over fifty films submitted by students of all ages and from all over Oregon. The festival is open to students out of state as well. Last summer there were submissions from students in Utah, Montana and Washington. A collection of local professionals in film and art have the difficult task of judging for the festival and selecting the top 10 to 15 films to be shown the day of the event. Each film selected is awarded as one of the top films for 2016, with individual awards being given to age-level winners , and one overall film selection is chosen as film of the year regardless of age category. Last years winner Akira Talabla, age 11, attends the Village School in south Eugene, and won film of the year last summer with his film "Twinses", which can be viewed at our website, along with the top ten films from 2015. For more information on how to enter or attend the Eugene Children's Film Festival, please visit www.aacfoundation.org, or email email@example.com.