OKIE STUDENT SHORTS
NARRATIVE & DOCUMENTARY SHORT FILMS / Runtime: 112 min.
DOCUMENTARY / Runtime: 10 min.
Directed by CODY WILSON
SYNOPSIS: The story of an athlete's unfaltering quest to become an Olympian.
NARRATIVE / Runtime: 10 min. / MOCKUMENTARY
Directed by MARCUS YOUNG
SYNOPSIS: A mockumentary exploring the beard epidemic in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
DOCUMENTARY / Runtime: 11 min.
Directed by BUNEE TOMLINSON
SYNOPSIS: What do a near death experience and eight orphans have in common? A home that changed the course of their lives forever.
FROM THE WATER TO THE WOODS: THE CHOCTAW STORY
DOCUMENTARY / Runtime: 14 min.
Directed by LOGAN CROSSLEY
SYNOPSIS: Choctaw culture keepers share their heritage through storytelling.
AS SHE GOES
NARRATIVE / Runtime: 7 min.
Directed by AUDREY KURTZ
SYNOPSIS: A young woman with social anxiety meets her boyfriend's family for the first time.
OUT FROM SMOKE & ASH
NARRATIVE / Runtime: 22 min. / EXPERIMENTAL
Directed by LISANDRO BOCCACCI
SYNOPSIS: In 1921, the Tulsa, Oklahoma neighborhood of Greenwood was one of the most affluent all-black communities in America. Using a mix of storytelling approaches, Out From Smoke & Ash contemplates the riot that devastated Greenwood, and its impact on a community.
CIRCUS CITY, USA
DOCUMENTARY / Runtime: 38 min.
Directed by ADAM WRIGHT
SYNOPSIS: Since the early 1940s, more than 20 circus companies have made their home in Hugo, Oklahoma. The town's unique history has earned it the nickname of Circus City, USA, and a population that is comprised of clowns, characters, and charmers.