The word on Jennifer Maas’ Wheedle’s Groove: The Documentary is strong like bull. Audience awards at the Memphis Film Festival, glowing reviews from writers ’round the country – this is a beautiful film, stunning in its sense of discovery. Also, this film has a soundtrack that’ll shake your ass to the break of dawn.

Thus, you the good people of Portland, Oregon are luckier than each and all in the country this weekend, as this gem of a film is sauntering its way in to your little spittoon of a town, pulling up to the bar, and having itself a drink or two. The film will be making its Portland premiere at The Reel Film Festival on Saturday, January 23rd at 7 PM at the Portland Art Museum’s Whitsell Auditorium.

This is an amazing film and it’s only more amazing with a cheering audience in attendance. Residents of Portland, now you don’t have to make plans on Saturday night.

The Details:

What: The Portland Premiere of Wheedle’s Groove: The Documentary

When: Saturday, January 23rd @ 7PM

Where: The Portland Art Museum’s Whitsell Auditorium

Why: Because there’s a whole soul-shaking bit of scene in Seattle you barely know about.