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Tuesday, November 02, 2004

The 2004 Blue November MicroFilmFest - Screening Schedule

OSU-TULSA

NOV 19 – 7PM-10PM

Stuck by Jeanine Lim - Singapore

Stills + Moving Pictures = Story by Stefan Chiarantano - Toronto

It’s About Time by Gary Parish - Renton, WA

Asking Kelly by Sean Lorton - Broken Arrow, OK

INTERMISSION

Pickman’s Model by Giovanni Furore - Italy

87 Topaz by Bill Kersey - Oro Valley, AZ

Tales of Demise Sonata by Peter John Ross - Columbus, OH

Let’s Start a Revolution by Kristin E. Catalano - Los Angeles, CA

Solace by Bill Kersey - Oro Valley, AZ

Waiting for Ronald by Ellen Gerstein - Los Angeles, CA


NOV 20 – 7PM-10PM

Femme Fatale by Ashton Elder - Tulsa, OK

The Paper Boy by Maggie Abel/Debbie Allen/George Oswalt/Nancy Truelove - OKC, OK

College Life by Logan Leistikow - Norman, OK

Remote Control by Maggie Abel - OKC, OK

Edgar Cruz Live by Charles Maupin - OKC, OK

Miss Understanding by Brett Bower - OKC, OK

If the Great World Is by Lucas Rollins - Tulsa, OK

INTERMISSION

Teenage Riot by Ashton Elder - Tulsa, OK

Romancing the Shoes by Charles Maupin - OKC, OK

In the Age of Winter by Dena Madole - OKC, OK

The Man on the Side of the Road by Bret Mix - Muskogee, OK

The Girl With Two Faces by Ashton Elder - Tulsa, OK

The Lightswitch Fades by Captain Chambers - Tulsa, OK


CIRCLE CINEMA

NOV 20 – 12PM-3PM

A $100 and a T-Shirt by Basil Shadid/Phil Sano/Nickey Robo/Joe Biel - Portland, OR

Liquid Wind by Charles Maupin - OKC, OK

The Yellow Sign by Aaron Vanek - Los Angeles, CA

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