Museum Films is partnering with Magnolia Pictures to deliver the best of new world cinema straight to your living room! We’re excited to welcome blockbuster documentary and OKCMOA audience favorite RBG to our virtual theater as part of Magnolia’s “A Few of our Favorite Docs” series: four films, each opening on a Friday, with a live Q&A the following Wednesday. 10% of ticket sales will be donated to a charity of the filmmakers’ choice.
One $5 ticket is good for a 5-day pass to see RBG. 10% of all proceeds will be donated to NYU Langone’s food pantry, The Table. A portion of each sale supports OKCMOA and its mission. Click here to purchase a pass.
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One of the breakout successes of this year’s Sundance Film Festival, RBG traces Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s remarkable rise, from her earliest days in Brooklyn to the highest court in the land. An icon among 1970s-era Feminists and “woke” Millennials alike, and an enemy to many on the political Right, the Justice Ginsburg that emerges in RBG is unexpectedly gentle and soft-spoken—given the fame (or infamy) of her scathing minority opinions. “The Notorious RBG,” as she has been dubbed by her younger fans, was both a fierce advocate for workplace equality and women’s rights, and a close friend to her fellow opera-loving Supreme Court justice, Antonin Scalia. Justice Ginsburg was also a very devoted wife for many years, finding extraordinary personal and professional support in her doting attorney husband, Martin Ginsburg. Making great use of archival documentary footage and interviews with everyone from Gloria Steinem to Orrin Hatch, RBG provides a robust and funny portrait of the still-vigorous Ginsburg as she approaches a quarter century on the court.
Directors Julie Cohen and Betsy West | 2018 | In English | 97 minutes | PG (for some thematic elements and language)
OKCMOA is grateful to Magnolia Pictures for providing us with the opportunity to continue offering the cinematic experience to our devoted audiences in the Oklahoma City community, even as our theater remains temporarily closed. Your support with this purchase will help OKCMOA remain a vibrant center for cinema culture once this turbulent period is behind us. The show must go on—and it will, thanks to you.