May 11, 2010 No Comments

The story of Pearl Carter Scott, the youngest licensed pilot in America; 120 min, unrated. Tulsa premiere Saturday May 22: 6pm reception, 7pm film. Additional showings through Saturday May 29 – see our Calendar A daredevil who dared to dream; the true story of a spirited Chickasaw teen who finds her dream life as a […]

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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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Leaves of Grass, with special guest Tim Blake Nelson

Apr 07, 2010 No Comments

SOLD OUT – Friday April 16, 7pm Leaves of Grass premiere with special guest, Tim Blake Nelson! R, 105 min $33 for members, $44 for non-members – tickets on-sale now! SOLD OUT! Twins: Bring your twin, he or she, one of you will get in free!

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St. Louis Blues

Mar 23, 2010 No Comments

As part of the 2nd Annual Tulsa Festival de [French] Film (45 min), from West Africa Reception and film honoring our distinguished guests from French speaking West Africa. Professor Lydie Muenier, University of Tulsa, will introduce the film and moderate a Q&A with our visiting dignitaries. Synopsis: Just when despair began to set in about […]

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Sita Sings the Blues & New Website Party

Mar 22, 2010 No Comments

Circle Cinema presents “SITA SINGS THE BLUES” film & reception to celebrate the unveiling of their new website, designed by Carlos Moreno. This reception and film are both FREE and open to the public.  Donations are welcome, and will be split with the filmmaker, Nina Paley. “Sita Sings the Blues” is the website designer’s choice.  […]

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I Am Alive and I Love You (Je suis vivante et je vous amie)

Mar 19, 2010 No Comments

Julien is a shy, bookish railway worker trying to live a quiet and inconspicuous life under the eyes of his German and collaborationist supervisors. One night he answers the whispered plea of a young Jewish woman confined in one of the transport wagons. She slips a message to him through a crack in the floor […]

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