The film makes its world premiere 7 p.m. Jan. 18 at Tower Theatre.
The past 12 months have been a memorable time for local and national film.
Mickey Reece’s Alien screens 8:30 p.m. Friday and 6 p.m. Saturday at Harkins Theatres Bricktown 16.
An open casting call and meetup for the anthology film is planned for April 13 at The Paramount OKC.
Broadcast premiers June 4 at Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center.
Local filmmaker Mickey Reece premieres his new film, which follows a goth ex-prisoner around Northpark Mall.
In his lifetime, Mickey Reece has worked on dozens of films. But if you ask him, he’ll say that he only counts about five of them as “true” movies, and that includes his latest, Me and Ichikawa. Inspired by his young son, Julien Cash Reece, he wanted to tell a story that his son could…
32-year-old Newcastle native Mickey Reece has been astonishingly proliferative since he began directing in 2008, tackling a litany of genres with his stock company of actors.
While “Knights of Malice” is not the best effort from local director Mickey Reece and his version of the Mercury Theatre players, it carries the most distinctive opening: that of the “Star Wars” crawl. Turns out, there’s a reason for the Jedi-rific reference, but I leave that for audiences to discover when the film debuts…
Rex Linn, actor (TV’s “CSI: Miami”)If they don’t give the Academy Award to [Best Actress nominee] Viola Davis for “The Help,” they should not give that award out. She was phenomenal. If any young actor asks me what’s the best thing they could see other than an acting class, I would tell them to see…