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OF+MO Celebrates 26 Years of WoodyFest with Bound for Glory Stage
OF+MO is proud to be a returning partner of the 26th annual Woody Guthrie Folk Festival taking place in Okemah, Okla., July 12-16. One of the longest running festivals in Oklahoma, WoodyFest is held annually to commemorate the life and music of the iconic Woody Guthrie. As part of the partnership, OF+MO will present the Bound for Glory stage featuring performances from Oklahoma artists Mallory Eagle, Serena Guthrie, Carter Sampson, Kyle Reid, Randy Crouch and more.

OF+MO to Sponsor 2023 Circle Cinema Film Festival
OF+MO is proud to be a returning sponsor of the 2023 Circle Cinema Film Festival, which will showcase the best new independent art, music and film from Oklahoma and beyond, in Tulsa July 13-16. This year is particularly special for the festival as the event recognizes the 95th birthday of Circle Cinema, Tulsa’s oldest movie theater and the only nonprofit cinema in the area. Throughout four days of programming, Circle Cinema Film Festival will feature a variety of Oklahoma film talent among this year’s selections, including the premiere of the locally produced film “Model House,” which utilized the state’s incentive program.

Tulsa Celebrates Third Annual Music Month
The third annual Tulsa Music Month will be celebrated throughout July in recognition of Tulsa’s thriving music scene and the impact it has on the city’s economy and culture. An initiative established in 2021 by the Tulsa Office of Film, Music, Arts & Culture (Tulsa FMAC) and the City of Tulsa, this year’s Tulsa Music Month will feature a music industry happy hour next Tuesday, July 11, 5-7 p.m. at Cain’s Ballroom. Tulsa FMAC will also be hosting concert ticket giveaways on social media while local restaurants, shops and attractions are participating by playing curated local playlists and using Tulsa Music Month coasters to raise awareness for the city-wide celebration of the city’s music legacy. Additionally, The Church Studio is offering a discount of $5 off full-price tickets through the month of July with the mention of Tulsa Music Month.
“Reservation Dogs” Now Airing on Cable TV
After previously only being available to stream on Hulu, the critically acclaimed Oklahoma produced comedy “Reservation Dogs” is now available to watch on traditional cable television. The FX Network began airing episodes from the first season on June 26. FX will continue to air two episodes per week from both seasons on Mondays at 9 p.m. CST, concluding ahead of the third season’s Hulu streaming debut on August 2. Co-created by Oklahoma’s own Sterlin Harjo, who serves as the series’ showrunner, the award winning “Reservation Dogs” tells the story of four Native American teens growing up on a reservation in eastern Oklahoma. Check your local listings for more information. 

Upcoming Releases and Now Streaming - Filmed in Oklahoma


Francis Tuttle Technology Center Offering Music Business Course
Francis Tuttle Technology Center is offering a music business course entitled Career Paths in Today's Music Business at their Danforth campus Saturday, August 5, 1-4 p.m. Music industry pros Patrick Conlon, Christina Giacona and Maggie McClure will share their real-life experiences and dive into the various career paths that exist in today's music business. This workshop is for anyone interested in the many careers that exist in the music/entertainment industry such as artist, songwriter, musician, composer, producer, engineer, management, booking, etc.
Kristen Rachelle | on-air personality 

"Career highlight is getting to support Oklahoma artists and expose them to new people via radio. Usually, radio only pushes top 40 artists. I am so happy that I got radio to support our Oklahoma artists."


Applications are now OPEN for Oklahoma film incentives. Please take note of the six-series evaluation application deadlines for FY24 incentives for the 'Filmed in Oklahoma Act of 2021' (August 15, October 15, December 15, 2023; February 15, April 15, 2024). 
OF+MO is pleased to announce projects filming in Oklahoma utilizing Filmed in Oklahoma Act Rebate Program.
  • "Fairwood" Season 2 - May 14
  • "King Ivory" - June 12
  • "Salt of the Earth" - July 6
  • "Hyena" - July 17
  • "The Way I Heard It" Season 4 - August 1
  • "May Your Eyes Shine" - September 27
  • "Delivery Fee" - October 16
Please note that these are subject to change pending the production’s compliance with the benchmarks and administrative rules for the rebate programs. For a current listing of films in the rebate queue, please visit the Now Filming section of our website.

Find crew and casting calls in Oklahoma on the jobs page of our website!⁠ Have one? Send it to us at


Coleman Theatre
Located on Route 66 in the newly film friendly certified City of Miami, the Coleman Theatre is a beacon for visitors from around the world who flock to the historic vaudeville theatre to experience the Spanish Colonial Mission-style exterior and the Louis XV interior. A true marvel of design, the theatre’s interior is ornately decorated with gargoyles, dolphins, cherubs and faces. The Coleman is the original home to the “Mighty Wurlitzer” pipe organ, the only one of its kind built in 1928, which is still used during special film screenings to this day.

First opening on April 18, 1929, the Coleman has never been dark and has a rich history, initially debuting as a vaudeville theatre and later transitioning to a movie theatre and live performance venue. A number of iconic talents have graced the stage throughout the years, including Will Rogers, Tom Mix, Sally Rand, Bing Crosby, Jim Thorpe, the magician Harry Blackstone and Moscelyn Larkin to name a few.

Additional theater highlights include the Coleman Ballroom, a perfect location for weddings, reunions, events and more, as well as the Coleman Celebrity Park and Wall of Fame. The Coleman also hosts the annual Sunny Side Up Film Festival showcasing the best in international, national and local independent films.

Many thanks to the Coleman Theatre and the film friendly certified City of Miami for sharing these images with us and for their film friendly support.
If you are interested in showcasing your community or featuring your location in the Oklahoma Locations Directory, please contact Yousef Kazemi at or visit our website for more information.
Champion Hotels
Champion Hotels was started by Champ Patel and his wife Bhanu Patel in 1979. Everything started with the purchase of a small motel in Weatherford, OK. Champ and Bhanu worked 24/7 and did every job ,including front desk, housekeeping, laundry, etc. Over time they slowly brought other family members over from India and Zambia to help them get started in the business as well. Now, Champion Hotels owns and manages over 160 properties in the US and continues to grow.
"The people of Oklahoma are very friendly and welcoming. Being from another country, this proved to be a huge benefit for my family. The other big benefits are cost of living as well as the pro-business culture of our state."
About the Oklahoma Film + Music Office:
Under the Oklahoma Department of Commerce, the Oklahoma Film + Music Office (OF+MO) works to promote the state as a viable hub for film, television and music production as well as further develop opportunities for workforce, business and community growth within these sectors. For more information on the Oklahoma Film + Music Office, including the state’s film incentives and additional resources, visit
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