"The Sakthi Folk Cultural Centre, located in Dindigul, Tamil Nadu, India uses the Tamil folk arts to develop self-esteem and economic skills in young poor Dalit women (former outcastes or untouchables). This participatory documentary film reveals how Sakthi reclaims the degraded parai frame drum and dance to re-humanize and empower these young women through the physical embodiment of confidence in performance and reclaimed cultural identity in a complex campaign against gender, class, and caste oppression." -deadCenter Film
Sakthi Vibrations: deadCenter 2021
Screening in the Noble Theater as part of the 2021 deadCenter Film Festival, Sakthi Vibrations is a feature-length documentary directed by Dr. Zoe Sherinian, Professor of Ethnomusicology at the University of Oklahoma. UPDATE: Tickets available Monday, June 7 at 10 am.
Zoe Sherinian | 2019 | In English, and Tamil with English subtitles | 85 minutes | NR | DCP
Film Society: $5
Seniors (62+): $8
College Students (with ID): $8
Teens (13-18): $8
Military (with ID): $7
Children (12 and under): $6
Adult Groups of 15 people or more: $6
Over The Phone
Oklahoma Film at deadCenter 2021
We are ready to welcome you back safely! The Museum is OPEN with limited capacity and timed ticketing in place. The Samuel Roberts Noble Theater is also open with strict capacity limits and additional social distancing protocols in place.
Some changes you might notice the next time you visit:
Protective masks are encouraged in the Noble Theater and throughout the Museum, but are not required for fully vaccinated individuals. Please continue to follow CDC guidelines regarding mask use.
All moviegoers are advised to arrive at least 10 minutes before showtime. We reserve the right to deny entry after the start of the feature.
Theater seating capacity is limited to facilitate comfortable social distancing between groups.
Seats, armrests, and other high-touch areas of the theater and lobby are sanitized before use. Hand sanitizer is available to staff and guests.
For the safety and well-being of all of our staff and visitors, we ask that anyone experiencing any of the following symptoms refrain from visiting the Museum and contact their healthcare provider:
– Shortness of breath
– Difficulty breathing
– Muscle pain
– Sore throat
– Loss of taste or smell
A NEW fast-casual pop-up restaurant is now open in the Museum Cafe space. Café Pompeii serves lunch, light bites, cocktails, beer & wine. The new concept is counter service with open seating.