Talk:Northwest Film Center

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Currently this article does not demonstrate notability and as such is subject to deletion unless reliable third party sources are added. Aboutmovies 19:30, 5 June 2007 (UTC)

please keep this page[edit]

this is my first wiki article and while i was updating it an administrator flagged it. It will take some time to finish, but it has cultural significance and should be include in wikipedia. I will add some third party sources in due time as well as more internal wiki hyperlinks. Do not delete this article, because it will be a loss to the portland area and www at large. thanks. —Preceding unsigned comment added by NW Film Center (talkcontribs) 22:09, 24 March 2008 (UTC)

Found under the wiki project oregon page Entities

  • Articles on companies/organizations/governmental bodies should go into the Low category, unless they have an impact beyond the local level then Mid.
  • For instance a company in the Fortune 1000 should go into Mid (Lithia Motors), Fortune 500 into High (Nike), and the state’s largest employer into Top.

* Organizations such as museums or libraries would move to Mid if they have a regional impact (Oregon Historical Society), and High if they are of a national stature (OMSI).

  • Government institutions with large operations throughout the state would be Mid (Oregon State Police), while the heads of the three branches of government would be High (Governor of Oregon).

Northwest film center is an entity associated with the portland art museum and a large entity in itself. [edit] —Preceding unsigned comment added by NW Film Center (talkcontribs) 22:14, 24 March 2008 (UTC)

Hi. The rating scale you are quoting above is a separate issue from general notability. The rating scale is merely a way to sort articles by the priority in which they should be handled by the WikiProject. Please read up on notability by clicking this link: WP:NOTE, where you will find suggestions on how to establish notability. I'll take a look and see what I can do with the article, but I suspect a great deal of the info in a copyright violation, and forgive me for saying so, but the formatting is atrocious. I may be reverting the article to an earlier version. Katr67 (talk) 00:35, 25 March 2008 (UTC)