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The Last Picture Show: August 15 and September 5

Viewing Notes for The Last Picture Show The 37th annual Film Institute gets underway with The Last Picture Show, directed by Peter Bogdanovich, USA (1971). Running time: 118 min. The inspiration for this year’s […]

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37th Annual Film Series: The Power of Place

The 37thAnnual Harbour Winn Film Institute at Oklahoma City University Join us for a series of films on the theme “The Power of Place.” Place is more than just setting. […]

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Celebrating 20 Years of the Thatcher Hoffman Smith Poet Series

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‘Let’s Talk About It, Oklahoma’ winter session concludes March 20th with Neon Vernacular

The Let’s Talk About It, Oklahoma Winter 2018 book series concludes March 20th with Neon Vernacular. Tracy Floreani, Director of OKCU’s Center for Interpersonal Studies through Film and Literature, presents […]

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We Want Your Feedback!

Whether you’ve been to all of our films or just one, let us know what you think! Give us your feedback and share any ideas you may have for the […]

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Chris Abani, Our 20th Featured Poet | April 4, 2018 |

Sample Chris Abani’s Poetry Celebrating Our 20th Year! Update: Poet Yusef Komunyakaa was originally scheduled for the 2018 event and has had to cancel his appearance. We hope to host […]

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“Let’s Talk About It, Oklahoma” continues March 6 with ‘All the Light we Cannot See’

Let’s Talk About it, Oklahoma’s 2018 series War, Not War, and Peace, continues on March 6th with ‘All the Light we Cannot See Karen Schiler, Chair of the Department of […]

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“Let’s Talk about it, Oklahoma” continues Feb. 27 with ‘MAUS’

This program was originally scheduled for Feb. 20 and was rescheduled due to inclement weather. Let’s Talk About it, Oklahoma’s 2018 series War, Not War, and Peace, continues on February […]

Last great chief of the North American Comanche indian tribe Quanah Parker (c. 1840 - 1911) stands and poses for a photograph, late 19th Century. Parker, the son of captive woman Cynthia Ann Parker and Chief Peta Nocone, led raids on settlements in Texas from 1867 to 1875. After capture he became rich as the business manager for the Comanche, Kiowa, and Apache tribes. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

“Let’s Talk About it, Oklahoma” continues Feb. 6 with ‘Empire of the Summer Moon’

Let’s Talk About it, Oklahoma’s 2018 series War, Not War, and Peace, continues on February 6th with Empire of the Summer Moon. Russ Tallchief (Osage), of Oklahoma City University, presents S. […]

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Free screening of ‘Paterson’ March 25, the first in a new annual series

Whether you’ve been to all of our films or just one, let us know what you think! Give us your feedback and share any ideas you may have for the […]