“I remember the game machines. We would go in there at night,” Luke Dick said. “Being able to play all the video games for free was a serious draw for a toddler.”
Guthrie was commissioned to write 26 songs in the 1940s for a documentary about Columbia River dams in the Pacific Northwest.
The film screens Friday-Sunday at Oklahoma City Museum of Art and airs 8 p.m. Tuesday on PBS affiliates nationwide.
Gaither’s project is dedicated to the ideas of community-building and the theology of creativity.
Seven months after they began, the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) protests at North Dakota’s Standing Rock Indian Reservation have converged with Native American Heritage Month, bringing even greater focus on the thousands of people from various indigenous tribes and nations working to halt pipeline development on Standing Rock Sioux Tribe lands. The tribe’s goals are,…
“When they were having to carry my husband’s body up the side of the mountain, it showed a lot more than, actually, what I thought it did,” Shurama Prince said.
Director Alex Gibney continues excelling at documentary horror with Zero Days.
If there’s one figure whose life and work were just waiting to be represented in a documentary, it’s Maya Angelou. That is why it’s crazy when you realize that there hasn’t been a single feature film produced about the revolutionary writer until now.
OKCMOA screens a documentary about Los Angeles Times food critic Jonathan Gold and offers look at the real city underneath the golden sheen of Hollywood.
“It was kind of like a game of 20 Questions that we played with the Lucasfilm team,” she said.