FrackFest!

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When: Saturday at 9:50 AM – 11:59 PM

Where: The Paramount OKC
701 W Sheridan Ave, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102

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Oklahoma’s premiere underground multimedia festival featuring motion pictures, comic books, and table top gaming.

9:50am SHENIDOM BAHMENI – Directed by Ali Nikfar – Traditional music video from Southern Iran. 4 mins (Iran)

10:00am SKY: THE BOUNTY SAGA – Directed by Victor Caballero – Sky, a street racer, comes back home, after four years, only to challenge Dice, also known on the streets as The Viper King. She only has days to prepare, but with the help of her ex-boyfriend, Gabe, they might have a chance to dethrone the king. 17 min – Action Drama (USA)

10:30am ANNIVERSARY: THE BOUNTY SAGA – Directed by Rogelio Almeida – It’s a special day for Catalina and her husband It is their first wedding anniversary, but there’s a slight problem…he forgot. Heartbroken, she finds comfort from her two outgoing girlfriends, Edna and Diana. They take it upon themselves to make sure their sad friend celebrates her anniversary. A little alcohol, laughter, and a limo it’s bound to be the perfect remedies for a heartache. 15 min Comedy Romance (USA)

11AM WHAT’S LOVE GOT TO DO WITH IT – Directed by Sofia Wellman – Are we born knowing how to love? Or is it something we learn? Does time cause love to blossom and grow or contract and diminish? Love is a word often used to emphasize extreme emotion. But do we really understand love? Dow we experience it the same way? This film contemplates the trajectory of love from a scientific, psychological and spiritual view. 130 mins Documentary (USA)

1:30pm FACADES – Directed by Cheryl Jorgensen – At a dinner party for family and friends, an off-duty copy finds the mystery within his family to be just as complicated as the case he’s working on. 17 min Film Noir Drama (USA)

2pm FRACTURE – Directed by Suz Carr – A young girl’s sanity hangs by a thread after the death of her twin brother. A detective trying to piece together what happened before the fracture becomes too deep to heal. 11 mins Drama (USA)

2:21pm SWAN LAKE – Directed by Hamid Jamali and Saeed Mayahy – Two metal swans fall in love at Swan Lake – 9 min Animation (Iran)

2:45pm MUSE – Directed by John Burr – A painter’s life is forever changed when a mythical and deadly spirit from Celtic lore (a Leannan Si) becomes his muse and lover. 89 mins Romance Horror (USA)

4:30pm MARVIN – Directed by H. Rodgers – In a rich and diverse city where no two characters look alike, Marvin manages to stand out. He’s able to take on physical characteristics of everybody he meets and quickly finds himself in a constant state of flux and an ever-growing desire to fit in. 6 mins Animation (UK)

5pm WHAT WE SAY – Directed by Bijan Mottahedeh – An exploration of language as a tool to justify oppression of the Other. 4 mins Experimental (USA)

4:45pm BOUND – Directed by Billy Palumbo – Leaps, tracks, and movements are radically unfixed; ‘to’ and ‘from’ are untethered in the forms and intersections that emerge. 9min Experimental (USA)

5:30 SIXTEEN LEGS – Directed by NIall / Justin Doran / Smith – Giant prehistoric spiders the size of dinner plates seek kinky love in the dark. As the world rapidly descends into the next period of global mass extinction, a message of hope comes from an unlikely hero: a creature, often unfairly reviled, that has survived prior mass extinctions and climatic change in a magical ecosystem hidden beneath the World Heritage mountains. 101 mins Documentary (Australia)

7:30pm THE PUPPET IN ME – Directed by Adam Michael Wright – Each year, in north Texas, professional puppeteers Peter Linz (The Muppets, Sesame Street), Pasha Romanowski (KidsFoot!, The Moe Show), and Noel MacNeal (Between the Lions, Sesame Street, Bear in Big Blue House) lead a workshop in puppet-making and puppeteering. This short documentary shows just what it takes to make a puppet come to life and examines what compels aspiring puppeteers toward the world of puppetry. 45 mins Documentary (USA)

8:30pm TWO PEOPLE – Directed by Robert Livings – Two twenty-somethings meet after an improv comedy show and are left stranded in the city late at night after finding out that the train lines are down. They spend the evening quietly getting to know each other. 70 mins Comedy (Australia)

9:50pm OKAY, OK – Directed by Kyle Bergersen and Tyler Graham – A collection of comedic sketches that’s like [Portlandia] but set in Oklahoma. 24 mins Comedy (USA)

10:30pm 2AM – Directed by Huseyin Hassan – A middle aged man Alex awakens to find a white rabbit beside his bed. Scared and fascinated by how the rabbit got into his room and out through a closed door, Alex follows the rabbit and unusual events begin to unfold. 16 min • Horror, Thriller (Australia)

11pm 2000 MANIACS – Directed by Herschell Gordon Lewis – Six people are lured into a small Deep South town for a Centennial celebration where the residents proceed to kill them one by one as revenge for the town’s destruction during the Civil War. 83 mins Horror (USA)

Just $10 gets you an all day pass! Come and go, see the films, listen to music, learn to color, play some games.
For more info, visit www.frackfest.org

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