“I came from a generation when we put on shows in basements and didn’t think about paying the bands, but we always did if we had the money,” he said.
With the music industry’s strongest focus in New York City and Los Angeles, Mack said the “No Coast” title is fitting for both Oklahoma’s geographical location and its attitude.
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.
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.
“It was so surreal to be back on that set,” Mullally said. “We have been off the air for 10 years, but [we] slipped back into those characters [like] it was like no time had passed at all.”