Darleen Ortega is a judge on the Oregon Court of Appeals and the first woman of color to serve in that capacity.
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'A Wrinkle in Time' invites self-acceptance and discovery
Oregon Shakespeare Festival's "A Wrinkle in Time," invites audiences to travel through worlds of imagination and meaning.
A priest’s faith is tested as life hangs in the balance
Our 'Opinionated Judge' Darleen Ortega on the film 'Calvary', "This film deals with the question of faith in a challenging way, which also involves dealing with the question of fairness."
Rock musical brings outsider voices to art and relationships
Our 'Opinionated Judge' reviews Oregon Shakespeare Festival's premier production of "Family Album," a rock musical that tackles the struggles for authentic expression in art and relationships.
Play about broken relationships and other works highlight Oregon Shakespeare Festival
Our 'Opinionated Judge' takes on the Oregon Shakespeare festival play 'Water By the Spoon' examining the sometimes messy and beautiful connections that make family relationships.
Film ‘Ida’ keeps its focus on a family’s history
Our 'Opinonated Judge' reviews the film 'Ida'
Mindful curiosity to an odd and ordinary life
Our 'Opinionated Judge' Darleen Ortega critiques the film "Finding Vivian Maier''--that probes mysteries about the human experience with a vigorous curiosity that may be deemed obsessive.
Oregon Shakespeare Festival revives play by African American playwright
Our 'Opinionated Judge' Darleen Ortega reviews Oregon Shakespeare Festival's production of the late Lorraine Hansberry play "The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window".
It’s the final stretch for Portland International Film Festival
Our 'Opinionated Judge' reviews films from the final stretch of this year's Portland International Film Festival.
Diverse lineup promises another great run
It's time for one of Portland’s highlights of the year: The Portland International Film Festival. For the last 37 years, the Northwest Film Center has been hosting PIFF and its diverse array of films to screen over two glorious weeks in February. It's such a brilliant opportunity to see films from all over the world, most of which you won't ever see in wide release and many of which may be hard to find after the festival runs its course.
‘American Hustle’ delivers on laughs, characters and fashions
Our 'Opinonated Judge' reviews the David O. Russell film, "American Hustle"
Stellar cast gives ‘Out of the Furnace’ much to savor
Our 'Opinionated Judge' reviews the film 'Out of the Furnace' starring Christian Bale.