21c Museum Hotel Oklahoma City - New Film Series
21c Oklahoma City has partnered with deadCenter Film and the OKC Film Society to launch Filmography, a free monthly film series of great art films and films about artists. All screenings will take place the third Friday of each month at 21c Oklahoma City, located at 900 West Main, Oklahoma City, OK, 73106.
The year-long series will include a wide range of films, from classic art house films like David Lynch’s Eraserhead to artist profiles like Gregory Crewdson: Brief Encounter. The next film in the series, Trash Dance, will be shown Friday, March 17, at 8:00 p.m. Trash Dance is an award winning documentary about an Austin based choreographer who creates a performance piece with sanitation workers. Filmography’s full schedule for the year is available below and online at 21cOklahomaCity.com
- March 17 – Trash Dance
- April 21 – Beasts of the Southern Wild
- May 19 – Born to Fly
- June 16 – Kehinde Wiley: An Economy of Grace
- July 21 – The Queen of Versailles
- August 18 – Four Sheets to the Wind
- September 15 – Gregory Crewdson: Brief Encounters
- October 20 – Eraserhead
- November 17 – Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry
- December 15 – Worm
“This collaboration with deadCenter Film is an exciting opportunity to develop innovative cultural programming in Oklahoma City,” says 21c Museum Director, Chief Curator Alice Gray Stites. “We are looking forward to exploring a wide variety of moving-image art at 21c.”
21c Oklahoma City is a combination boutique hotel, contemporary art museum and chef-driven restaurant. Building on its mission of engaging the public with contemporary art and supporting the revitalization of American downtowns, 21c rehabilitated the historic Ford Motor Company Manufacturing Building on the western edge of Oklahoma City’s Film Row. The 135-room property features 14,000 square feet of contemporary art exhibition, meeting and event space, and presents rotating curated exhibitions, interactive site-specific art installations and a full roster of cultural programming. Exhibition space is open to the public free of charge.
deadCenter Film is a non-profit organization that provides film programming and education year round and hosts Oklahoma largest film festival, bringing 30,000 people to downtown Oklahoma City each June. This year’s festival is June 8-11, 2017.
The OKC Film Society is an organization that engages in film appreciation and supports local film and filmmakers.