Museum Films at Home: Virtual Cinema

Museum Films is partnering with our favorite independent distributors to deliver the best of new world cinema straight to your living room. 50% of each virtual ticket sale supports OKCMOA and its mission!    

NEW THIS WEEK:

Un Film Dramatique (Éric Baudelaire, France, 2019)

WATCH AT HOME

Just Don’t Think I’ll Scream (Frank Beauvais, France, 2019)

WATCH AT HOME

M.C. Escher: Journey To Infinity (Robin Lutz, Netherlands, 2018)

WATCH AT HOME

Minari (Lee Isaac Chung, USA, 2020)

WATCH AT HOME
 
Also screening in the Noble Theater, February 19-28.
 
New virtual showtimes available! 


2021 VIRTUAL CINEMA OSCAR PREVIEW:

Atlantis (Valentyn Vasyanovych, Ukraine, 2019)

Ukraine’s Official Submission to the 2021 Academy Awards.

WATCH AT HOME

Collective (Alexander Nanau, Romania, 2019)

Romania’s Official Submission to the 2021 Academy Awards.

WATCH AT HOME

Preparations to be Together for an Unknown Period of Time (Lili Horvát, Hungary, 2020) 

Hungary’s Official Submission to the 2021 Academy Awards.

WATCH AT HOME

True Mothers (Naomi Kawase, Japan, 2020)

Japan’s Official Submission to the 2021 Academy Awards.

WATCH AT HOME
 
Virtual run extended! 


Two of Us (Filippo Meneghetti, France, 2019)

France’s Official Submission to the 2021 Academy Awards.

WATCH AT HOME

You Will Die at Twenty (Amjad Abu Alala, Sudan, 2019)

Sudan’s Official Submission to the 2021 Academy Awards.

WATCH AT HOME
 
Virtual run extended! 


LAST CHANCE TO WATCH AT HOME!

76 Days (Hao Wu, Weixi Chen & Anonymous, US/China, 2020)

WATCH AT HOME
 
Ends March 4.


Concerto – A Beethoven Journey (Phil Grabsky, UK, 2015) 

WATCH AT HOME
 
Ends March 4.


COMING SOON:

Days of the Bagnold Summer (Simon Bird, UK, 2019) 

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Available March 5.


Stray (Elizabeth Lo, USA, 2020)

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Available March 5.

Also screening in the Noble Theater, March 5-7.


VIRTUAL CINEMA SPOTLIGHT – 2021 Oscar Contenders

ALL VIRTUAL FILMS:

HOW TO ACCESS VIRTUAL FILM TITLES: 

After selecting the Virtual Film title you’d like to watch, navigate to the film’s homepage on the OKCMOA website and click the WATCH AT HOME button. You should be directed to a ticketing page where you can purchase a pass to screen the film from home. 
 
Pricing and terms can differ from film to film. Generally you’ll have about three days to watch the film once you purchase a pass. 
 
Once your purchase is complete, you should be able to watch on a computer immediately. Some films are also available to stream on a Smart TV (via roku, Chromecast, or Apple TV), phone or tablet using an app. The ticket pages for each film include more specific information about those options.
 
If you have technical questions, please refer to the FAQ/help pages on each film’s ticket page.