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from left actresses Mary Bus, Callie Fay Nichols, Maya Staggs and Lindsay Fritts play a dysfunctional family in the Mono short film “My Dinner with Jimmy.” | Image provided

Local anthology film Mono features direction from five Oklahoma filmmakers

Local anthology film Mono features direction from five Oklahoma filmmakers

The film makes its world premiere 7 p.m. Jan. 18 at Tower Theatre.

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Oklahoma Gazette breaks down the best in film in 2017

The past 12 months have been a memorable time for local and national film.

Vincent van Gogh is played by Robert Gulaczyk in Loving Vincent. | Image Loving Vincent / provided

Loving Vincent brings the work of Vincent van Gogh to life at Oklahoma City Museum of Art

It took the movie’s expansive team of artists as many as 10 days to paint the frames for just one second of film.

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Halloween: 51st Street Speakeasy celebrates Halloween with a massively anticipated Tim Burton-themed art show

What began as a themed show planned by local band The So Help Me’s has ballooned into an unofficial Burton fan gathering.

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Halloween: Oklahoma Gazette guides your Halloween movie streaming with these staff picks

Find these frightening flicks on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime and other streaming sites.

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

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

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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.

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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.

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