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Cinetelechy II

  • Admiral Twin Drive-In 7355 E East Easton Street Tulsa, OK, 74115 United States (map)

CINETELECHY is an ongoing film series curated by Atomic Culture with the support of the Tulsa Artist Fellowship. The first series is co-curated by Blackhorse Lowe. CINETELECHY, observes a distinct type of filmmaker, their motivation to re-examine and re-imagine narratives, the need for self-determination; having both a personal vision and the ability to actualize that vision from within. Each night will screen a feature length film accompanied by film trailers, shorts, and video art highlighting indigenous, local, and emerging filmmakers.

This screening will be free and open to the public. Youth 17 & under should be accompanied by an adult. You must have an FM Radio to hear the sound.

We welcome people with disabilities. For questions about accessibility or to request an accommodation, please email caroline@tulsaartistfellowship.org or call 918.591.2461. Requests should be made at least one week prior to the event.

CURRENCY | 2:23 min loop | Dir. Crystal Z. Campbell | 2019
Performer: ANGELA RENEE DAVIS
Videographer: DAVID WAYNE REED

UNA CASITA | 3:48 min | STEFA*
from her debut EP Sepalina
Dir. Tatiana del Fuego
** PERFORMANCE BY STEFA, NOVEMBER 9TH, 8PM AT
TULSA ARTIST FELLOWSHIP ARCHER BUILDING ROOF **

MY SOUL REMAINER | 5:40 min | Laura Ortman
Dir. Nanobah Becker
Featuring Jock Soto

EMPTY METAL | 83 min | Dir. Adam Khalil & Bayley Sweitzer
*Film will be presented by Adam Khalil

EMPTY METAL reveals a political fantasy, an alternative reality whose characters teeter on the dull knife edge that is contemporary American politics, but they refuse to fall right or left. Instead, they lash out from the soul, and under the radar, in an attempt to achieve what their mainstream predecessors have yet to accomplish.

EMPTY METAL is a war movie without a war, a nightmare you are ashamed to admit was actually a dream.


With the belief that arts are critical to the advancement of cultural citizenship, Tulsa Artist Fellowship supports both local and national artists while enriching the Tulsa community. Tulsa Artist Fellowship is a George Kaiser Family Foundation initiative.

Later Event: November 9
Performance by STEFA*