Looking Ahead

As we come to the conclusion of the Museum’s Virtual OKCMOA project—though not our virtual screenings, which will continue until the Noble Theater reopens its doors—it seems fitting to look ahead to the many rich cinematic experiences still awaiting Oklahoma City audiences, both virtually in the short term, and eventually back in the comfortable, socially… Learn More

All About Mothers: Mother’s Day Film Recommendations

This week in OKCMOA’s virtual theater, we’re excited to welcome a new lineup of films designed with the whole family in mind. From the studio behind Parasite and Apollo 11, hit Sundance documentary Spaceship Earth tells the fascinating stranger-than-fiction story behind the 1991 Biosphere 2 project. Another engaging new documentary, Santiago, Italia, directed by celebrated Italian filmmaker Nanni Moretti… Learn More

Killer Style: Virtual French Film Week @ OKCMOA

France has persisted as one of the cinema’s global superpowers from the very beginning, when Auguste and Louis Lumière became the first filmmakers to project their films to a large audience. In the decades to follow, France became an innovator in experimental cinema and in approaches to staging in-depth. After World War II, French cine-club… Learn More

Epic Moviegoing at Home

What separates cinema from television? That seemingly fundamental question has become more and more difficult to answer: commercial-free “quality” television is increasingly prominent; auteur-based filmmaking (such as last year’s release of The Irishman) has migrated onto streaming platforms; and now, we only watch movies from home using the same technology we use to watch TV…. Learn More

Virtual Docs Week @ OKCMOA

This week, the Oklahoma City Museum of Art’s Virtual Cinema is hosting a specially curated program of new documentary features with something for nearly every taste. For those missing the Museum experience (and we hope that’s all of you), we are proud to present The Times of Bill Cunningham, a very engaging portrait of the… Learn More

This Week In Virtual Cinema: Sorry We Missed You & Film Society + MUBI

Opening this week in OKCMOA’s Virtual Theater: Sorry We Missed You This week, Museum Films is excited to welcome three new titles to OKCMOA’s virtual theater. A highlight of both Sundance and Cannes, Levan Akin’s And Then We Danced is a gorgeous and inspiring, gay coming-of-age tale set in the high-stakes world of Georgian dance. Screening in… Learn More

More Museum Films at Home: The Whistlers & Vitalina Varela

With movie theaters shuttered from coast to coast, studios and smaller independent film distributors have been scrambling to rearrange their calendars, leading to numerous high-profile postponements that already stretch into 2021. With many companies (and theaters, like the Noble in Oklahoma City) facing too many titles for what will be, inevitably, a much condensed calendar,… Learn More

Museum Films at Home: On Bacurau

This week, Virtual OKCMOA is partnering with Kino Lorber to beam one of the year’s most strikingly original and critically acclaimed new releases straight to your living-room. A box-office smash that racked up over one million views in its native Brazil, 2019 Cannes Jury Prize winner Bacurau is an audacious and timely, post-modern Western that pits… Learn More

Virtual OKCMOA

Let’s get this out of the way first: a virtual experience of any art museum is no replacement for the in-person experience. There is no replacement for standing in front of a great work of art, spending time in its presence, seeing what the artist saw. Unfortunately, it is an experience that has been put… Learn More