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TAFFest showcases independent feature & short films from across the U.S., with a focus on local classic, student, Native American and Okie-centric film.
The second annual Tulsa American Film Festival is October 12 - 16, 2016. We'll see you there!
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Our Club focuses on two of the most popular dances of all times – East and West Coast Swing. Join us every Sunday for a Dance Class & Party at 1:00 p.m.
A great way to spend a night out on the town while supporting your local neighborhood venues or trying a new restaurant and exploring your creative side.
Save the Date for the second Tulsa American Film Festival: October 12 - 16, 2016!
The house where Ponyboy, Sodapop, and Darry Curtis lived in Francis Ford Coppola's The Outsiders is in disrepair and in need of restoration. If you're interested in helping one unlikely celebrity in his quest to restore this iconic film landmark in Tulsa, (with further plans to open an Outsiders museum on the property as well as have it added to the National Register of Historic Places), consider funding as much as you can to the cause:
Latino Cinema 101: Must-See Films From Mexico’s Golden Age
Today! "The Making of Music Videos", another panel brought to us by Tulsa Office of Film, Music, Arts & Culture. See you there!
We're looking forward to this weekend's Tulsa Overground Film & Music Festival! Check out their groovy lineup and schedule, and party on Tulsa!
Today is the deadline to submit for the Early Bird fee schedule! Get your films in before prices increase- we can't wait to watch them!
Carol Littleton talks Oklahoma roots and her path to becoming a successful Hollywood editor:
For the Ex Machina fans out there:
Tonight! Don't miss a conversation with New York Times film critic A.O. Scott at the Circle Cinema. Free thanks to Booksmart Tulsa!
Okie filmmakers! If you want to learn more about tax incentives for shooting in the state, check out the recording of the Tulsa Office of Film, Music, Arts & Culture film panel this past Tuesday, courtesy of Videodrone Tulsa!
Big congratulations to University of Tulsa Film Studies Program student Chase Chambers for his College Emmy award last night! Deaf Code, Chase's 20 minute winning film, is a groundbreaking television pilot that profiles life in the deaf community. Chase submitted Deaf Code to Tulsa American Film Festival, so there's a chance you may be able to see it on the big screen this fall... ;)
TGIF! Enjoy your weekend, film fans.
Big congrats to local talent David Kloehr! See him in "Mothers and Daughters", now playing at Circle Cinema.
Can't wait to see the films that come out of this stellar group!
¡Tomorrow! The deadline to submit your breathtaking, ground-breaking, awe-striking, shock inducing, inspiring and innovative films to TAFF is upon us. We will be accepting submissions through the end of July, but April 30 is the regular deadline, after which submission fees will increase, so get yours in! Find us on WithoutABox, or click the link to go directly to our Film Freeway page to submit.
Any Twin Peaks fans out there?? Keep your eyes peeled for one of Tulsa's own when the new season comes out.
Work by John Hammer and A "Big" Lebowski Celebration.
Nathan Poppe visited the Runaway (the new Children of the Corn film) set. And found... some blood, gore, and guts. Check out the photographic evidence.
This week, Philbrook's Third Thursday features a screening of local videos that were all created in 24 hours as a part of Living Arts of Tulsa 24 Hour Video Race. It's free, come on out!
Tulsa American's @ SXSW. So many films, not enough hours in the day! #TulsatakesAustin
From classic films to documentaries to Oscar nominated foreign flicks, Tulsa has lots of great local film options for your weekend!
Click that button, we know you want to! Filmmakers, one more week until the Earlybird Deadline!
Anesthesia is finally showing at Circle Cinema, don't miss the Skype Q&A with Tulsa's own Tim Blake Nelson this Sunday following the screening!