The First Monday in May

Thursday, May 5th at Philbrook Museum of Art, 7:00 PM Opens at Circle Cinema on Friday, May 6th The First Monday in May follows the creation of The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s most attended fashion exhibition in history, “China: Through The Looking Glass,” an exploration of Chinese-inspired Western fashions by Costume Institute curator Andrew Bolton. […]

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4th Annual Booker T. Washington Student Film Festival

Thu, Apr 21 – 5:30 Student Film Festival Sat, Apr 23 – 6:00 Reception with photos on display in the gallery  Come support Booker T’s film program and see the hard work the film students have put into making this the best festival yet!

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Stephen King Simulcast

Circle Cinema, Booksmart Tulsa, and the Tulsa Literary Coalition are offering Steven King fans an opportunity to see a live simulcast from the sold out Steven King event Wednesday, June 15 at 7:00. Tickets $5 HERE! ($5 covers setup and venue cost)  

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MOTHER ROAD REVIVAL 2016

Tickets here (reception and film!) Thursday, September 8 5:30 Reception 7:00 Film Tulsa’s nonprofit Circle Cinema, located on U.S. Route 66, is proud to participate in the BOK Center’s Mother Road Revival. The event is a weekend celebration of Americana and folk music that pays homage to Route 66. On Thursday, September 8 at 5:30 […]

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TimesTalks

TimesTalks are live, online and video conversations between New York Times journalists and 21st-century talents and thinkers. Created in 1998, TimesTalks have entertained and enlightened audiences in TheTimesCenter, at theaters around New York and across the country, at major film festivals like Sundance and Cannes, and throughout the world via online video at timestalks.com. For […]

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Too Late

Opens Friday, May 6 Tickets Private investigator Mel Sampson (Academy Award nominee John Hawkes) is tasked with tracking down the whereabouts of a missing woman from his own past. With this familiar setup, TOO LATE takes the spine of the classic private eye genre and tears it to pieces, weaving it back together into a tapestry […]

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