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Repeating history

'A United Kingdom' is a beautiful, well-acted film about love and race


A poem

God’s lonely ape

‘Kong: Skull Island’ is a guilt-free b-movie spectacle

‘What I am is a reporter’

An interview with the Tulsa World’s Jim Watts

‘Death’ restaged

‘The Salesman’ uses Arthur Miller’s play to critique Iranian masculinity

Dancing on film

The Oklahoma Dance Film Festival returns

You can’t get high around kids

The rise of comedian Michael Zampino


How to host your own March Madness Pool

Ulterior motives

‘Get Out’ is a deliciously effective satire of race in America

Glory bound

Independent bookstore is a treasure of tattered tomes and assorted curios

The Yankee from Chelsea

John Wooley gives ‘Right Down the Middle’ the upper hand

Awesome wonder

‘The Red Turtle’ is a beautiful respite from the family pandering of most animation

Memory and imagination

A time-bending performance from Bridgman|Packer Dance leads the 2017 New Genre Arts Festival

Chromosomal conceit

Horror anthology ‘XX’ is uneven but not without its charms

A woman on the verge

Though moving and well-shot, Almodóvar’s ‘Julieta’ leaves something to be desired

We cannot forget

Jennifer Latham’s ‘Dreamland Burning’ takes on Tulsa’s past and present racism

Unfinished work

James Baldwin’s vision of America is brought to life in ‘I am Not Your Negro’

Grandmother Ruth—Last Day of School

From Greenwood Burning: Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1921

Full immersion theatre

Going ‘Wild’ at the IDL

Mundane beauty

In everyday routine, ‘Paterson’ finds poetry
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