*Museum Films is proud to announce the new Film Society membership enhancement! Click here for details.
*October 19-22: Museum Films salutes legendary French filmmaker, Agnes Varda! Before you see her Cannes 2017 award-winning documentary, Faces Places, see her early breakthrough, Cleo From 5 to 7, and her mid-career masterpiece, Vagabond, screening as part of our Varda’s Voyages series.
*In celebration of Halloween, Museum Films is excited to present three cult-classic horror films in stunning new restorations: Pere Portabella’s hypnotic Vampir – Cuadecuc, George A. Romero’s iconic Night of the Living Dead, and Dario Argento’s phantasmagoric Suspiria.
*Congratulations to the cast and crew of 8 Minutes, winner of the gold medal for Best Film at the 2017 Manhattan Short Film Festival. Thanks to everyone who watched and voted at OKCMOA! Click here for more information about this year’s winners. We’re already looking forward to next year!
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The Oklahoma City Museum of Art Film Program is home to central Oklahoma’s community-based, mission-driven art house cinema. Our mission is to enrich lives through the visual arts. The Film Program fulfills this mission year round by screening the finest independent, international, and classic films in the 250-seat Samuel Roberts Noble Theater.
- Online: Print your tickets at home and bypass the box office!
- Over the Phone: Purchase with a credit card by calling (405) 236-3100, ext. 237, Tuesday–Saturday: 10 am–5 pm; Thursday: 10 am–9 pm; Sunday: noon–5 pm
- In Person: The Noble Theater box office opens one hour before show time. Cash or credit card accepted. Same day or advance tickets available.
- All tickets can be available at will call.
Seniors (62+): $7
College Students (with ID): $7
Teens (13-18): $7
Children (12 and under): $5
Military (with ID): $6
Dinner & a Movie: $29
- Use your Allied Arts OKCity Card for 2-for-1 or 50% off film tickets or gallery admission.
- Purchase of a film ticket does not include entrance to the galleries.
- All programs are subject to change.
- The Oklahoma City Museum of Art Noble Theater and the Circle Cinema in Tulsa, OK now have a reciprocal admission agreement. If you are a member of the Museum of Art or the Circle Cinema, you can enjoy the membership discount of $5 admission at both venues. For movie information at the Circle Cinema call 918-592-FILM (3456) or online www.circlecinema.com
RATINGS: Many of the films are not rated (NR) and may be inappropriate for younger viewers. For more information about specific titles, email us.
SUBTITLES: All sound films are exhibited in the English language or with English subtitles, unless otherwise noted.
ACCESSIBILITY: The Samuel Roberts Noble Theater has dedicated seating for wheelchairs on both the ground floor and mezzanine level. The mezzanine theater entrances are accessible by elevator. Please ask Visitor Services for assistance.
HEARING ASSISTANCE: The Samuel Roberts Noble Theater has an infrared assisted listening system. Two wireless headsets are available for visitors at no cost. Please ask Visitor Services for assistance.
DINNER & A MOVIE: “Dinner & a Movie” packages are $29 per person. Discounted tickets do not apply. Call the Museum Cafe at 235-6262 for reservations.