Rumble Fish

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Friday, September 2 at 11:00 PM.

GitWit Creative and This Land
present
Public Secret #13
“Motorcycle Boy’s never coming back”

Francis Ford Coppola’s 1983 film Rumblefish, based on the novel by SE
Hinton, was filmed in downtown Tulsa. The characters in the film hang
out at Benny’s Billards, a poolhall owned by Tom Wait’s character,
Benny.

The “autonomous” installation at 13 East Brady, in the heart of Tulsa’s Brady Arts District, will occupy
the same location as Benny’s Billiards, will show the connection of Coppola’s cinematic vision of
the film as it pertains to the work of two Tulsa photographers, Larry
Clark and Gaylord Herron. Herron’s behind-the-scene photos will be
shown to the public for the first time. Video installation and artwork
provided by GitWit Creative, Peter Bedgood, James Gallagher, Zachary Mathews and Gaylord Herron.
Lee Roy Chapman – Curator

Circle Cinema will be showing the film in its entirety at 11:00pm
Friday, September 2.
Tickets are $8.50 and go on sale a week before
the event.


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