Angaelica (an-gālik-ah)

Angaelica is a nonprofit organization rooted in the arts and ecology. We are connecting artists and collaborators to help projects be unique and extraordinary. We believe in the power of storytelling. And we believe in supporting one another and cultivating sustainable communities.

Creating

We operate a boutique production company, providing services from story development through production and post production all the way to distribution. We believe in helping others create art for larger audiences and we are proud of our artists, writers and filmmakers with whom we have been participant.

Connecting

We found and operate international film festivals and events to help our artists gain exposure, connect with other artists and create opportunities for collaboration. Founded in 2008, the Columbia Gorge International Film Festival is proud to be sharing our artists around the world at various events and art galleries.

Cultivating

We are environmental artists and farmers who believe in creating sustainable communities with our art as well as in our communities. With urban farming projects and alternative energy endeavors we are active participants in making sure we are responsible for what we use, reuse and create.

Connect

Email: info@angaelica.com              

Text: (Five Six One) 676-4696

TV Coverage

  • KPTV – Columbia Gorge International Film Festival Aug 6, 2015

Links to Press

Interviews, Publication, Details

  • The Post-Record, 11 August 2009, Vol. 101, Iss. 31, pg. Cover, A3, by: Dawn Feldhaus “Washougal International Film Festival is set for this week”
  • Vancouver Voice, 18 June 2009, Vol. 3, Iss. 15, pg. 11, by: Ossie Bladine “Summertime Guide, Washougal International Film Festival”
  • The Columbian, 13 February 2009, pg. F3, F12, by: Mary Ann Albright “Dinner and a movie…”
  • InkTip Magazine, February 2009, Vol. 9, Iss. 1, pg. 11 Recent Succeses, “Maras”
  • Camas-Washougal Post Record, 12 August 2008, Vol. 100, Iss. 33, pg. A-1, by: Clarice Keating “First film fest focuses on talent from region, world”
  • The Columbian, 11 August 2008, pg. D-1, by: Marianne Albright “Filmmaker creates opportunities for others”
  • Camas-Washougal Post Record, 5 August 2008, pg. A-5 “Washougal film fest kicks off Thursday, Aug 21”
  • The Portland Tribune, 17 July 2008, pg. B4, by: Anne Marie DiStefano “Top skaters glide under the radar”
  • The Seattle Times, 24 April 2008, pg. B2, by: Dean Baker “Film world comes to Washougal”
  • The Columbian, 22 April 2008, pg. Front Page A1, A6, by: Dean Baker “Washougal goes Hollywood”
  • InkTip Magazine, December 2007, Vol. 7, Iss. 6, pg. 3 Recent Successes, “Native Land”
  • The Columbian, 12 October 2007, pg. F18 Best bets “Above Average”
  • InkTip Magazine, October 2007, Vol. 7, Iss. 5, pg. 23, by: Chris Cookson “Multiple, A commitment to inspirational, provocative filmmaking leads one producer to InkTip.”
  • The Oregonian, 1 January 2007, pg. B1, B3, by: Dee Anne Finken “Script for filming has big role for family”
  • Camas-Washougal Post Record, 19 December 2006, Vol. 98, Iss. 51, pg. A1, A11, by: Dawn Feldhaus “Lights, camera, action!”

Cover Photos, Publication, Details

  • Ink Tip Magazine, October 2007, Vol. 7, Iss. 5

Learn more about becoming a Collaborator, Partner or Sponsor at ANGAELICA@Gmail.com

 

Thank you to all of our Past and Present

305 Creative Group – Acento Productions – Adam Davies  – Adele Slaughter – Adrian Belic – Alexander Bacher, MD – Alexandra Martin – Alina Brown – Allan Hopp – Alta Berri – Alter Eco – Angela Deans – Angst Gallery – Anne John – Anthony Bloom – Arts of Clark County – Atrium Lounge – Avantopia – Brady Newbill – Braman Ariana Warren – Brent Bucknum – Brickhouse – Cara Cottingham – Carol Wong – Cecelia Harper – City of Vancouver – City of Washougal – Copley Family – Dan Wyatt – Dave’s Killer Bread – David Sadka – Diane Dempcy – Dick Hannah – Don Warren – Earl Allen – Edwin Stirman – Fernando Gaviria – Fort Vancouver – Gordon Washburn – Heidi Arizza – Hilton Vancouver – House of Providence – Hyphae Designs – Jaclyn O’Grady – James Stolz – Jay Duplass – Jeanette Altman – Jeff Feazell – Jeff Kober – Jessica Gipe – Jillian Ferry – Joel Wear – Johnny Cardinale – Kali Brgant – Kamar Elliott – Karen Madsen – Karin Ford – Kathi Berens – Katie Meehan – Kerri Fernsworth – Keveen Korakor Gabet – Kevin Gabriel – Kevita – Kiggins Theater – Laika – Laurie Woods – Leah Jackson – Lee Arenberg – Lone Wolf Investments – Marcus Griffin – Mark Shapiro – Marla Young – Matt Dawson – Megan Trevarthan – Miami’s Independent Thinkers – Michael Zugay – Nena Botto – Nic Korban Aurix Phelan – Niche Art Wine Bar – Ossie Bladine – Osso Martin – Paper Tiger Coffee – PopChips – PopCulture – Port of Camas-Washougal – Quin Benzel – Rebecca Gray – Rene Carol – Richard Kowalski – Rob Tyler – Roman Zenz – Rosstamicah Design – Rosston Micah Meyer – Ryan Palmer – Sanni Diesner – Savannah Teller Brown – Seanette Corkhill – Serendipity Playhouse – Seth Hayden Brown – Sponsorist – Stash Tea – Stefanie Warren – Steve Deans – Suzy Warren – Tammy Lynn Caplin – Teller Films – Teresa Decher – The Academy – The Circle – Tim Nicholson – Timothy Hunter Cogley – Tom Nunan – Torque Coffee Roasters – Travis Zariwny – Tuwin Entertainment – VCR 100 – Vancouver Community Library – Vancouver Downtown Association – Vancouver Voice – Voca – Wallis Engineering – Washougal High School – Wes Hickey – Wesley Scott Parker – Weslie Ford – Wixard Sleeve Toys – Whole Foods – Zacharia Persson – Zachary Gray