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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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This issue of refugees in OK was met with mixed reactions

News that the U.S. might take in refugees sparked debate among Oklahomans.

Hands of a Stranger

The Hands of a Stranger fuse nicely, but there’s one unfortunate side effect: Vernon now tickles the ivories with as much finesse as a kindergartener who forgot his Ritalin. Make that two side effects: He also kinda sorta becomes a killer. In the Hands of writer/director Newt Arnold (Jean-Claude Van Damme’s Bloodsport), the 1962 chiller

Holy Motors

Now that the French film is out on DVD and Blu-ray, it’s the next best thing to the theatrical experience we were denied. Love it or hate it, Holy Motors is nothing if not an experience. Carax regular Denis Lavant (The Lovers on the Bridge) is front and center of this weird, wonderful ride as

A night in Paris

The Oklahoma City Ballet revisits the Paris of the early 1900s in Paris Rouge, a triple bill choreographed by the troupe’s artistic director, Robert Mills. While the three pieces differ greatly, he said they are tied together by a “European sensibility.” Set in a sultry Parisian nightclub, Mills’ Paris Rouge was inspired largely by Gaîté

Theater of blood

For those curious about the start of Reduxion Theatre’s fifth-anniversary season, know this: There will be blood. While Shakespeare serves as Reduxion’s bread and butter year in and year out, founders Tyler and Erin Woods — who serve as artistic director and managing director, respectively — wanted to expand beyond their upcoming slate of Richard

2 Days in New York

According to online language tools, the title Meet the Fockers roughly translates to Rencontrer les Fockers in French. I bring this up only because Parisian-born actress Julie Delpy (Before Sunset) essentially has made a French-flavored version of that comedy with 2 Days in New York, which she directed and co-wrote. 2 Days plays for exactly

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