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from left David Lynch and Harry Dean Stanton star in Lucky, which screens at Sooner Theatre as part of the first Norman Film Festival. (Norman Film Festival / provided)

Norman Film Festival prepares to make its introduction to the city’s crowded art community

Norman Film Festival prepares to make its introduction to the city’s crowded art community

The inaugural festival runs noon-11 p.m. Saturday at several venues across downtown Norman.

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Cover Teaser: Oklahoma City-born Kevin Costello makes his feature screenwriting debut with Brigsby Bear, which received a standing ovation at this year’s Sundance Film Festival

Oklahoma City-born Kevin Costello makes his feature screenwriting debut with Brigsby Bear, which received a standing ovation at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. Costello collaborated with Saturday Night Live featured player Kyle Mooney and SNL writer Dave McCary for this seriocomic film about a kidnapping victim and the makeshift TV show that dominates his captive

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The Chickasaw Nation produces a film about Oklahoma rancher Montford Johnson

The production recently wrapped principal photography in Oklahoma and Florida locations.

Internet Cat Video Festival on the Great Lawn of the Myriad Botanical Gardens, August 1, 2015. (provided)

Myriad Botanical Gardens brings Cat Video Festival back for a night of food and purrfectly funny clips.

The festival returns Aug. 16 to Myriad Botanical Gardens’ Great Lawn.

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Roots rock band Oklahoma Uprising combines local music and film for a unique event in Harrah

Band vocalist and guitarist Joel T. Mosman said Oklahoma Uprising’s goal is to use culture as a tool to unify and uplift the state.

John McConnel, Karen Wallace Douglas, Arthur Hurst, and Sherri Williams, poses for a photo at the Jewel Theatre, Wednesday, June 28, 2017.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Jewel Theatre straddles past, present and future at the beginning of its restoration campaign

Jewel Theatre is the only African-American theatre in Oklahoma City that has survived through the decades.

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Oklahoma City Museum of Art screens the latest Steve James documentary Abacus: Small Enough to Jail

Abacus Federal Savings Bank, located in Manhattan’s Chinatown, is the only bank to face criminal prosecution in the aftermath of the 2007-08 financial crisis.

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