This month, OKCMOA’s Noble Theater welcomes visionary festival highlights from around the world, beautifully crafted indies, crowd-pleasing comedies, rediscovered classics and the return of the deadCenter Film Festival!
Fri., June 3 @ 4 & 7 pm | Sat., June 4 @ 2 pm | Sun., June 5 @ 12:30 pm
Starring Oscar-winners Jim Broadbent and Helen Mirren, Roger Michell’s rousing drama The Duke tells the incredible true story of a taxi driver in 1960s Britain who went from an unlikely art thief to a modern-day folk hero.
Sat., June 4 @ 5 pm | Sun., June 5 @ 3 pm
A stunningly inventive mix of warm-hearted family drama and eye-popping sci-fi adventure, this acclaimed indie blockbuster stars Michelle Yeoh as a frazzled Chinese American business owner facing down a tax audit, who finds herself drawn into a drawn into an epic, multiverse-spanning quest.
Sat., June 4 @ 8 pm | Special one-night presentation!
A gorgeous 16mm cine-journal that unfolds in reverse order, this playful gem from Portugal begins by surveying the mundane routines of three housemates living in rural peace during the 2020 COVID lockdown: impromptu dance parties, cleaning, building a backyard butterfly house. Soon, we discover that there’s more going on beyond the limits of the camera frame.
The Oklahoma City Museum of Art is proud to be a venue for the 22nd Annual deadCenter Film Festival! To learn more about deadCenter, view the full festival schedule or purchase a pass, visit: https://dcff22.eventive.org/
Fri., June 17 @ 8 pm | Sat., June 18 @ 2 & 5 pm | Sun., June 19 @ 3 pm | Thurs., June 23 @ 7 pm
Two siblings returning to the family ranch to care for their ailing father must confront painful truths in this sweeping contemporary Western from acclaimed independent filmmakers Scott McGehee and David Siegel.
Sat., June 18 @ 8 pm | Sun., June 19 @ 12:30 pm
Based on a true story, this breathtakingly beautiful Venice Film Festival award-winner poetically interweaves the adventures of a group of young cave explorers in 1960s Calabria, Italy with episodes from the solitary life of an elderly shepherd living near the spelunking site.
Fri., June 24 @ 5 pm (sub) | Sat., June 25 at @ 2 pm (dub) & 5 pm (sub) | Sun, June 26 @ 12:30 pm (dub) & 3 pm (sub) | New Restoration!
A recently rediscovered pre-Studio Ghibili gem from Isao Takahata and Hayao Miyazaki, this delightful, two-part adventure follows an unflappable little girl named Mimiko who befriends a pair of mischievous pandas when her grandmother leaves on a trip.
Fri., June 24 @ 7 pm | Sat., June 25 @ 8 pm | New Restoration!
A landmark of 1960s British cinema newly restored in crisp 4K, this coolly stylish thriller from director Joseph Losey and screenwriter Harold Pinter charts the escalating power-struggle between posh Tony (James Fox) and his imperious servant Barrett (Dirk Bogarde).
Thursday, June 30 @ 7 pm | Special one-night presentation!
A visionary highlight of the Cannes, Sundance and New York Film Festivals, this Afrofuturist, sci-fi punk musical from multidisciplinary artists Saul Williams and Anisia Uzeyman unfolds amidst the hilltops of Burundi, Africa where a collective of computer hackers emerges from within a mining community.
As always, OKCMOA Film Society Members (including Fellow, Friend, and Sustainer members) receive $5 tickets to Museum Films screenings. To learn more about joining the Film Society, visit: https://www.okcmoa.com/filmsociety