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Summer Cinema

Oops, half the year is already over! How did this happen? I don’t know, and you probably don’t either, but here we are, looking down the barrel of a musical, a documentary and blockbuster action film. With more tent pole films feeling comfortable enough to release, it’s looking like we’re getting closer and closer to being on a regular...

Hot Picks for May

We’ve almost hit the halfway point of 2021, which is weird to think about. The film industry as a whole is still suffering, but at least movies are coming out again. Some on this list were originally slated for last year and are just now making their way into theaters, and I’m optimistic that folks will make the trip...

Beloved Events Return

After its brief hiatus in 2020 due to COVID-19, Mayfest returns to downtown Tulsa on May 7-9. Enjoy top-of-the-line arts from local and national artists, plus entertainment and food all weekend long. In conjunction with Mayfest, ahha Tulsa presents the 2021 Youth Art Gallery through June 20. The original works in this exhibition were created in the past year...

Exploring the Cinematic Sphere

The Pandemic’s Effect on Small Theaters COVID-19 has been raging since March of 2020, and the entertainment business as a whole took a large hit. Big chain movie theaters like AMC and Cinemark closed their doors temporarily, but it was the smaller venues that perhaps struggled the hardest.  Circle Cinema and Rodeo Cinema, two independent theaters out of Tulsa and OKC...

The Month of Love

Are things back to normal? Are movies being released on the date they originally claimed? Who knows! I’m writing this in advance and I unfortunately can’t time travel. I am, however, cautiously optimistic that the theatrical release I’ve got on the list will come out on time. It’s the month of love, and I sure would like to give...

Karate, Crime and Marvel

Happy New Year! Unfortunately, January is the month where movies go to die. It’s cold, everyone is depressed because they’ve already failed their New Year’s resolutions, and the most creatively bankrupt films are dumped into a month where many won’t be going out. I’d say the pandemic would make this worse, but people might be so desperate to see...

A Little of Everything

In Theaters As of this writing, it appears movie theaters are back in business, albeit at a smaller capacity and socially distanced. With that in mind, November has two big films coming to the silver screen with the hopes of pulling audience members back into the recliners, popcorn and soda in hand. First, there’s the new James Bond film No...

The Changing Film Landscape

Around Town It has been incredible and, frankly, heartening, to see the speed with which the Oklahoma film community has responded to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. Thanks to technology, film festivals – which could easily have suffered death blows at the hands of the shutdown – have found ways to keep going, largely by migrating online. While June...

Superhero Worship

From humble beginnings on the funny pages of 1890s newspapers, comics have thrust themselves upon the entertainment world with all the impact of an animated neutron bomb. Comic books have long ceased being just for kids. A pristine copy of Action Comics No. 1 cost 10 cents when printed in 1938; it sold on eBay in 2014 for $3.2 million....

Summer’s End Means Outdoor Flicks

Around Town As summer comes to a close, it’s the perfect time to savor those last few weeks of family freedom and warm weather before school and autumn descend upon us. There are few better ways to do this than enjoying an outdoor movie. With plenty of options, you can find an enjoyable film to commemorate summer’s close. For those in...