We are committed to creating long-format, cinematic feature films for public exhibition that raise issues about the impact of research at a vital time in our world's human and natural history.
Oregon State Productions undertakes editorially independent feature documentaries that help fulfill OSU's land-grant mission to advance scientific knowledge and demonstrate the impacts of research while educating the public about the world's most important issues.
By partnering with researchers, funding agencies, private contributors, the OSU Foundation, students, the Office of Research, staff and faculty, we create feature content that is owned by the university, with all revenues and proceeds directed toward student projects engaged in science and natural resources storytelling.
Oregon State Productions team members have been teaching film workshops to students in the Aboriginal and Torres Straits Islanders in the Marine Sciences camp on Orpheus Island, Queensland, Australia annually since 2016.
Oregon State Productions staff members teach a class on documentary film analysis and production in the School of Writing, Literature and Film in the College of Liberal Arts at Oregon State.