Held May 9-11 at Oklahoma Contemporaryís Fairgrounds location, SEEN/UNSEEN will immerse audiences in a curated selection of nearly 40 experimental films, ranging from the early works of groundbreaking filmmakers Sara Kathryn Arledge, Maya Deren and Stan Brakhage to current works by established and emerging artists.
Filming in OKC isnít just fun, but also has several benefits for both filmmakers and residents.
You can help bring art to OKC through Allied Arts' 2019 campaign.
Tower Theatre, Oklahoma Cityís iconic music and movie venue, announced an official partnership with The Granada Theater, a Dallas live-music staple.
The Wolf Man, Dracula, Frankensteinís monster and the Mummy are from Oklahoma City: The life and work of Lon Chaney Jr.
The only actor to play all of Universal's "big four" monsters, Lon Chaney Jr., was born in Oklahoma City. Let's explore his body of work.
The recently renovated 1924 venue in Stockyards City in the Centennial Rodeo Opry Theater is hosting screenings daily.
Among local favorite museums is the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. The largest art museum in the entire state, the OKCMOA boasts a permanent collection of countless pieces of art, a film program with its own theater, and is constantly getting the best of the best in traveling exhibitions.
Cowboy ethics and an unwritten Western creed have inspired the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museumís upcoming film series, The Code of the West Ė Western Movie Matinees, on Wednesdays from August 29 Ė September 19 at 1:00 p.m.