The annual festival returns March 25 to CHK|Central Boarhouse.
Chase Spivey started the festival in part to give opportunities to young filmmakers in Oklahoma.
The film screens Friday-Sunday at Oklahoma City Museum of Art and airs 8 p.m. Tuesday on PBS affiliates nationwide.
The series continues Sunday with the 1985 Swedish film My Life as a Dog.
In Sing, a theater lover inherits a theater and decides to host a singing competition to boost business.
Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone play a jazz pianist and an actress trying to make it big in Los Angeles while navigating a relationship.
The Spanish-language film is Chilean director Pablo Larraín’s second biopic released in 2016.
Lost & Found opens Jan. 6 at AMC Quail Springs Mall 24.
Kennedy was once made history when he was appointed Oklahoma’s youngest secretary of state.
From the bizarre alternate universe in The Lobster to the true-to-life small-town grit of Heartland, 2016 featured many quality local and national films.