George Alexander Art Opening

Oct 17, 2016 No Comments

Circle Cinema is honored and excited to announce Oklahoma artist George Alexander’s Tulsa debut. Exhibit opens with a reception Thursday, October 27 at 6:00 PM. Show runs through November. Facebook event page George Alexander’s work draws from his own life experiences and how he views the world around him. Growing up Muscogee (Creek) in the […]

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Indigenous Cinema

Oct 22, 2010 1 Comment

Program begins Tuesday November 9 at 7:30. Q&A with Director Blackhorse Lowe and Producer Chad Burris following the films. Shimásání 15 min | Short Narrative Director: Blackhorse Lowe Screenwriter: Blackhorse Lowe Producers: Nanobah Becker, Chad Burris, Heather Rae, David Stevens In the late 1920s on the serene Navajo reservation, Mary Jane spends her time daydreaming and tending to […]

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Reel Injun

Apr 29, 2010 No Comments

Opens Friday May 21.  Sneak preview Saturday May 1 after the Wes Studi Medallion Dedication. A documentary about the evolution of the depiction of First Nations people in film, from the silent era to today. Featuring clips from hundreds of films, candid interviews with famous Native and non-Native directors, writers and actors, Reel Injun traces […]

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Medallion Dedication: Wes Studi

Apr 26, 2010 1 Comment

Saturday May 1st, 11am $8.50 The non-profit Circle Cinema welcomes legendary actor, Native American Cherokee, and Oklahoman WES STUDI to a medallion dedication on their Oklahoma Walk of Fame on Saturday May 1st at 11am.  The dedication will be followed by a meet and greet reception and screening of the new documentary film REEL INJUN.  […]

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The Necessities of Life (Ce qu’il faut pour vivre)

Mar 18, 2010 No Comments

Set in 1952. An Inuit hunter named Tiivii, who suffers from tuberculosis, ends up in a sanatorium near Quebec City, far from home and his loved ones. A film by Benoit Pilon, who poses the question “What does a human being need to live?” In this story, he gives us his answer. In French with […]

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