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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

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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Oklahoma City Museum of Art expands French Film Week into a monthlong event

OKCMOA’s French Film Month screenings are an ideal complement to the Matisse in His Time exhibition.

The Armstrong Lie

The portion of truth he is telling, he’s doing only because he finally got caught, after a decade of bald-faced denials. Money corrupts, but it can’t buy everything, as Armstrong now knows — but has not yet learned. There exists a huge difference.  No one should be surprised a very famous, very wealthy man got

The Brontë Sisters

The film stars Franco-actress standouts Isabelle Adjani (Possession) and Isabelle Huppert (Amour) before they were household names in international cinema. Adjani is Emily, the most recognized of the Brontë sisters; Huppert is Ann, the youngest; and the moral realist in the family and the oldest and least-known, Charlotte, is played by the late Marie-France Pisier

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