Journal Record Webinar to Highlight Oklahoma’s Sound Stage Developments

After successfully participating in several sessions last year, the Oklahoma Film + Music Office (OF+MO) is proud to rejoin The Journal Record (JR) for its free weekly online webinar series, JR Now, with a brand new episode that will highlight permanent infrastructure developments within Oklahoma’s film and television industry on Friday, January 29, 2021, at 11:00 a.m. “Sound Stages: Building Oklahoma’s Foundation in Film” will demonstrate the necessity of sound stages as critical infrastructure in… Continue Reading Journal Record Webinar to Highlight Oklahoma’s Sound Stage Developments

Sundance Film Festival 2021

Sundance Film Festival at Tulsa’s Circle Cinema

Traditionally held in Park City, Utah, the Sundance Film Festival will, for the first time ever, offer an online platform featuring seven days of premieres, events, artist talks and cutting-edge XR exhibitions, as well as will be partnering with independent cinema communities across the U.S. and beyond to safely host in-person events. One location is in our own backyard at Tulsa’s Circle Cinema, which has been named an official satellite venue for the event to… Continue Reading Sundance Film Festival at Tulsa’s Circle Cinema

FX Orders Comedy Series after Pilot Episode Wraps Filming in Oklahoma

After successfully completing principal photography on the pilot episode in Oklahoma earlier last year, FX has announced a full series order of the half-hour comedy “Reservation Dogs”. The Oklahoma Film + Music Office (OF+MO), alongside our state and city leadership, was incredibly proud to welcome the on-location filming of “Reservation Dogs” with the production marking the first foray into scripted television from renowned filmmaker Oklahoma Native Sterlin Harjo (“Barking Water”). OF+MO estimates that the filming… Continue Reading FX Orders Comedy Series after Pilot Episode Wraps Filming in Oklahoma

Oklahoma Film “Wild Indian” to Premiere at 2021 Sundance Film Festival

The Oklahoma-produced thriller “Wild Indian” will make its world premiere at the prestigious 2021 Sundance Film Festival where it will screen in the U.S. Dramatic Competition category. One of 72 feature films to be included in this year’s event, the Sundance Film Festival will, for the first time ever, primarily take place as both a virtual event through its online platform with additional physical screenings at satellite locations across the country, including Tulsa’s own Circle Cinema January 28 – February… Continue Reading Oklahoma Film “Wild Indian” to Premiere at 2021 Sundance Film Festival

Water from the Rock Productions Presents the Virtual Concert “Christmas with You” Michael Fields, Jr. & Friends

The Oklahoma Film and Music Office (OF+MO) is proud to sponsor “Christmas with You” Michael Fields Jr. & Friends virtual concert, presented by Water from the Rock Productions, Friday, December 11. Michael Fields, Jr., a Tulsa-based international recording artist, bassist and founder of Water on the Rock Productions, is bringing together a celebrated list of local, regional, national and international cross-genre jazz musicians with styles ranging from smooth, contemporary and modern, to pop and r&b, for… Continue Reading Water from the Rock Productions Presents the Virtual Concert “Christmas with You” Michael Fields, Jr. & Friends

The Oklahoma Film + Music Office Launches “Pivotal Work: Early Access Series”

The Oklahoma Film + Music Office (OF+MO) invites audiences to virtually preview their 2021 Oklahoma Film and Music Conference with the release of the “Pivotal Work: Early Access Series”. Join some of the state’s leading industry professionals for this free video series, which features workshops and discussions designed to educate and inspire audiences seeking to learn more about career opportunities within Oklahoma’s film and music industries. The “Pivotal Work: Early Access Series” will launch in… Continue Reading The Oklahoma Film + Music Office Launches “Pivotal Work: Early Access Series”

New Film Production and Music Workshops Launching in December

The Film Education Institute of Oklahoma (FEIO), alongside its partners, Nathan Gardocki Productions (NGP) and Castle Row Studios, are launching a series of film production and music workshops designated to help Oklahoma City residents that have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Participants that are interested in retraining to work in one of Oklahoma’s fastest growing industries have the opportunity to learn from over thirty industry professionals in the fields of screenwriting, producing, film production,… Continue Reading New Film Production and Music Workshops Launching in December

Seriesfest and the Oklahoma Film + Music Office Announces Open Call for Pitch-A-Thon Roadshow

SeriesFest, the nation’s premier episodic non-profit organization, in partnership with the Oklahoma Film + Music Office (OF+MO), announces the opening of submissions for Pitch-A-Thon Roadshow. SeriesFest’s popular Pitch-A-Thon program is hitting the road as the Pitch-A-Thon Roadshow. Independent content creators will have the opportunity to participate in an exclusive virtual pitch session highlighting the state of Oklahoma with top television, new media and digital executives in hopes of moving their projects forward. “As part of… Continue Reading Seriesfest and the Oklahoma Film + Music Office Announces Open Call for Pitch-A-Thon Roadshow

Watch Now! Oklahoma Songwriters Festival’s Songwriting Panel

The Oklahoma Film + Music Office (OF+MO) is proud to once again sponsor the fifth annual Oklahoma Songwriters Festival (OSF), presented by Grand Casino Hotel & Resort, Saturday, November 21, 2020. The Oklahoma Songwriters Festival was created in 2016 by Ada-native Zac Maloy, former singer/songwriter for The Nixons – an Oklahoma-based rock band that rose to fame in the 1990s – in an effort to highlight songwriters and the art of songwriting. Each year Maloy… Continue Reading Watch Now! Oklahoma Songwriters Festival’s Songwriting Panel

Watch Now! Journal Record’s Now Webinar Series Further Explores Career Opportunities in the Oklahoma Film Industry

The Journal Record (JR) Now Webinar Series continued its free, weekly online discussions with a second session taking a deeper dive into Oklahoma’s film and television industry and associated careers within this business sector. “Take 2: Getting Started with Your Career in Oklahoma Film”, which originally aired November 13, 2020, further explores Oklahoma’s camera-ready workforce development with unique perspectives highlighting the state’s training and education programs as well as the immediate employment needs of current… Continue Reading Watch Now! Journal Record’s Now Webinar Series Further Explores Career Opportunities in the Oklahoma Film Industry

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