Tag Archives: Oklahoma Film & Music Office


The Chickasaw Nation produces a film about Oklahoma rancher Montford Johnson

The Chickasaw Nation produces a film about Oklahoma rancher Montford Johnson

The production recently wrapped principal photography in Oklahoma and Florida locations.


Chicken-Fried News: ‘Disgustingly inhumane’

An Oklahoma lawmaker threw a ridiculous, alarming, questionable budget-saving idea onto the list submitted by the House Republican Platform Caucus.

Tava Sofsky (Provided)

deadCenter Film Festival commentary: Rebate state, gonna film it great!

It becomes a win/win for our local film and music industries because more local musical talent, crew, support services and facilities are being used, which creates a bigger economic impact in the state.


Since 2009, the Oklahoma Film & Music Office (OF&MO) has been our agent down south, working with local creatives, media and sponsors to turn that nice thought into a reality. What began as a modest, one-day showcase of Okie talent (that drew some 700 attendees) has grown into a multiday experience branded as the Buffalo

HOOPS! (There it isn’t)

The lockout is partially to blame for Kevin Durant having to film the majority of a new Warner Bros. feature movie in — of all places — Baton Rouge, La., instead of right here in the OKC, according to The Oklahoman. A snag in state film incentives will have Durantula reportedly headed for bayou country.

South spark

“Is that what Oklahoma sounds like these days?” he yelled. Yes, it is. Held March 15-17, the first official SXSW showcase for Oklahoma bands, sponsored in large part by the Oklahoma Film & Music Office, went a long way to taking Sooner music out of stereotypes and into reality in listeners’ minds. From the Ramones-esque

Oklahoma to showcase film, music and interactive business at SXSW

From March 14-17, the state will transform the bar Friends into Oklahoma’s Buffalo Lounge for four days of film, interactive and music events. The Oklahoma film party, Red Dirt Reel, will be held on Monday, March 14, to showcase Oklahoma’s financial and artistic benefits to to SXSW Film attendees. Oklahoma’s first interactive event at SXSW,

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