Now Playing in OKCMOA’s Virtual Cinema: August 7-13

NEW THIS WEEK: Around the Sun (Oliver Krimpas, UK, 2019) The Green Years (Paulo Rocha, Portugal, 1963) Out Stealing Horses (Hans Petter Moland, Norway, 2019)   Also screening in the Noble Theater: August 7-9. Sunless Shadows (Mehrdad Oskouei, Iran, 2019)   Filmmaker Q&A: Sunday, August 9 at noon. Gordon Lightfoot: If You Could Read My… Learn More

Now Playing in OKCMOA’s Virtual Cinema: July 31-August 6

NEW THIS WEEK:  Gordon Lightfoot: If You Could Read My Mind (Martha Kehoe and Joan Tosoni, Canada, 2019) Amulet (Romola Garai, UK, 2020) House of Hummingbird (Bora Kim, South Korea, 2018)  IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Beats (Brian Welsh, UK, 2019) John Lewis: Good Trouble (Dawn Porter, USA, 2020)   Remembering John Lewis: 1940-2020 COMING SOON: Out… Learn More

Now Playing in OKCMOA’s Virtual Cinema: July 24-30

NEW THIS WEEK:  Amulet (Romola Garai, UK, 2020) House of Hummingbird (Bora Kim, South Korea, 2018)  The Audition (Ina Weisse, Germany, 2019) Gordon Lightfoot: If You Could Read My Mind (Martha Kehoe and Joan Tosoni, Canada, 2019) IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Beats (Brian Welsh, UK, 2019) John Lewis: Good Trouble (Dawn Porter, USA, 2020)   Remembering… Learn More

Now Playing in OKCMOA’s Virtual Cinema: July 17-23

NEW THIS WEEK:  The Audition (Ina Weisse, Germany, 2019) Beats (Brian Welsh, UK, 2019)   Also screening in the Noble Theater, July 17-19. John Lewis: Good Trouble (Dawn Porter, USA, 2020)   Also screening in the Noble Theater, July 10-19.  We Are Little Zombies (Makoto Nagahisa, Japan, 2019) COMING SOON: House of Hummingbird (Bora Kim, South Korea,… Learn More

Now Playing in OKCMOA’s Virtual Cinema: July 10-16

NEW THIS WEEK: John Lewis: Good Trouble (Dawn Porter, USA, 2020)   Also screening in the Noble Theater, July 10-16.  We Are Little Zombies (Makoto Nagahisa, Japan, 2019) Bungalow (Ulrich Köhler, Germany 2020)  Elliott Erwitt: Silence Sounds Good (Adriana Lopez Sanfeliu, France, 2019)  Screening with One Thousand Stories: The Making of a Mural COMING SOON: Beats… Learn More

Now Playing In OKCMOA’s Virtual Cinema: July 3-9

NEW THIS WEEK: Bungalow (Ulrich Köhler, Germany 2020)  Elliott Erwitt: Silence Sounds Good (Adriana Lopez Sanfeliu, France, 2019)  Screening with One Thousand Stories: The Making of a Mural One Small Step Animated Shorts Program (Shorts TV, 2020)   FILMMAKER Q&A: Shirley (Josephine Decker, USA, 2019)   Filmmaker Q&A June 26-July 6 COMING SOON: John Lewis: Good… Learn More

Now Playing In OKCMOA’s Virtual Cinema: June 26-July 2

NEW THIS WEEK: Quarantine Cat Film Festival, (Brian Mendelssohn, USA, 2020)  One Small Step Animated Shorts Program (Shorts TV, 2020) VIRTUAL HONG SANG-SOO RETROSPECTIVE: Yourself and Yours (Hong Sang-soo, South Korea, 2016) Hill of Freedom (Hong Sang-soo, South Korea, 2014) Woman on the Beach (Hong Sang-soo, South Korea, 2006) FILMMAKER Q&A: Fourteen (Dan Sallitt, USA,… Learn More

Now Playing in OKCMOA’s Virtual Cinema: June 19-25

VIRTUAL HONG SANG-SOO RETROSPECTIVE: Yourself and Yours (Hong Sang-soo, South Korea, 2016) Hill of Freedom (Hong Sang-soo, South Korea, 2014) Woman on the Beach (Hong Sang-soo, South Korea, 2006) FEATURED VIRTUAL FILMS: Quarantine Cat Film Festival, (Brian Mendelssohn, USA, 2020)  Shirley (Josephine Decker, USA, 2019) Tommaso (Abel Ferrara, Italy, 2019)  LAST CHANCE:  Ending Sunday, June 28: … Learn More

Museum Films at Home: Celebrating African-American Filmmakers

In celebration of Juneteenth, we’re honored to recommend a selection of our favorite films by African-American and Afro-Caribbean directors. Running the gamut from experimental nonfiction to realist drama, from romantic comedies to horror films, from Oscar winners to low-budget indies these entertaining, eye-opening, beautifully crafted features—many of which made their local debut in OKCMOA’s Noble… Learn More

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