Lone Man’s Land, directed by Sheilah Bright and Ezra Gentle

Documentary feature; 65 minutes.

Lone Man's Land explores the hardscrabble life and heartbreaking issues faced by ranch families in Oklahoma’s Panhandle. The film takes viewers to the town of Kenton - population 20 - where its few remaining residents face drought, corporate takeovers, a controversial land policy and family tragedies. Rugged faith and cowboy courage ride high as this handful of Dust Bowl descendants watch their western way of life come undone.

Oklahoma production.

Screening Thursday, October 15, 6:00 p.m. at Circle Cinema, preceded by the short film Lightning In The Hand.

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