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11:00 AM-PANEL

SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKERS

ATTN: FILMMAKERS: Send us an email if you plan on participating in the panel discussion.

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12:30 PM TIME BLOCK
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THE CHALLENGES OF MAKING LOCAL HISTORY DOCUMENTARIES by Russ Fry will also be one of the topics addressed by the panel.

HAWEYE CREEK
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Nothing had more to do with the way Burlington, Iowa developed than the various streams that were collectively known as Hawkeye Creek. Today, they are all but forgotten. Hawkeye Creek's many branches cut deep ravines that separated Burlington's neighborhoods.

Take a tour of Burlington's historic Hawkeye Creek. Watch the 2010 flood. Go down into the storm sewers. See the present and visit the past.
FRI. OCT. 7
12:30 PM

ROXY THEATER
220 OKMULGEE ST
MUSKOGEE, OK


RUSS FRY-Writer/Director

AHEAD OF THEIR TIME
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Ahead of Their Time presents unforgettable local history stories from the Hopewell Native American culture who lived here over 2,000 years ago to the unstoppable spirit of Fairfield's earliest entrepreneurs, who helped this small midwestern town both survive and thrive.

Using rarely seen pictures and clips and the award-winning narrations of filmmaker Dick DeAngelis, stories include Fairfield's groundbreaking inventors and entrepreneurs, as well as people who crossed the cultural boundaries of the time.

FRI. OCT. 7
1:00 pm

ROXY THEATER
220 OKMULGEE ST
MUSKOGEE, OK

DICK DeANGELIS-Director

2:30 PM TIME BLOCK

FINDING THE GALLOWS
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The Hodges were hanged in Burlington, Iowa Territory in 1845. The location of the execution was lost to time - until now.

FRIDAY, OCT. 7
2:30 PM BLOCK

ROXY THEATER
220 OKMULGEE ST.
MUSKOGEE, OK

RUSS FRY-Director

MOUNTAIN TIME
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A true story of injustice and murder in Sonoma County, California. One of the most heinous murders to ever happen in California was blamed on a Japanese immigrant. From a unique perspective this film reviews the facts and who may be the real perpetrator.
FRIDAY, OCT. 7
2:30 PM BLOCK

ROXY THEATER
220 OKMULGEE ST.
MUSKOGEE, OK

SCOTT HESS-Writer/Director/Producer

FATHER GIVE ME STRENGTH TO MAKE IT HOME
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A Fictional John Wayne tribute film. A look into John's last journey as he loses his battle with cancer.

FRIDAY, OCT. 7
2:30 PM BLOCK

ROXY THEATER
220 OKMULGEE ST.
MUSKOGEE, OK

TODD WOLF & JEREMY CLARK-Writers/Directors

A DARK DESTINY
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After a debilitating traumatic experience that leads to an even greater incident, a West Texas police chief battles with mental fatigue while continuing to try to protect and serve.

FRIDAY, OCT. 7
2:30 PM BLOCK

ROXY THEATER
220 OKMULGEE ST.
MUSKOGEE, OK

WENDY PENNINGTON-Writer/Director/Producer
Receiving a Domestic Violence Awareness Salute Award

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4:00 PM TIME BLOCK

INDIANS, OUTLAWS, MARSHALS AND THE HANGING JUDGE
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Told in first person using the actual words written by St. Louis Republic newspaper reporter Ada Patterson in September 1896, this real-life story is set in and around Fort Smith, Arkansas, in the same time and place as the fictional Western novel and film, True Grit. Patterson narrates, much as Mattie Ross tells the story in the Charles Portis classic. With careful and honest detail to the words and visual history of the era, we re-create Patterson's interview with Judge Isaac Parker, the infamous "hanging Judge," conducted on the date (September 1, 1896) Parker's court was stripped by Congress of its jurisdiction over Indian Territory. Parker, who was dying of kidney disease, tells Patterson a gripping tale of his court, and his view of American Indians: "Twenty-one year's experience has taught me they are a religiously inclined, law-abiding, authority-respecting people," and of the "brutes" who stood trial before his bench. "

FRIDAY, OCT. 7
4:00 PM

ROXY THEATER
220 OKMULGEE ST.
MUSKOGEE, OK

LARRY FOLEY-Writer/Director/Producer

5:30 PM
WELCOME TO MUSKOGEE RECEPTION-Sponsored by Soroptimist International-Muskogee

SPECIAL AWARDS include a Salute to 1st Responders (Sheriff, Police, EMS & Fire) by Muskogee County Domestic Violence Partner Network-DVPN

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BARE BONES INTERNATIONAL FILM MUSIC FESTIVAL
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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PARTNERS NETWORK
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CLICK TO VIEW DVPN FACEBOOK PAGE
SOROPTIMIST INTERNATIONAL OF MUSKOGEE
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SPECIAL AWARD HONOREES


7:00 PM TIME BLOCK
FEATURE PRESENTATION

SMILE
Written by JAY PENNINGTON
Directed by JAY PENNINGTON/GERRY OLERT
Produced by OLERT & PENNINGTON PRODUCTIONS

15 min
Psychological Thriller-Western


"It's a film about what makes a bad guy a bad guy, with a twist."

imdb.com -JAY PENNINGTON
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PROSPECTORS "THE FORGIVEN"
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The Steady escalation of crime in a growing town right after the civil war has an effect on several locals as to how to deal with the travelers and gold prospectors.

95 minutes
Western Movie

FRIDAY, OCT. 7
7:00 PM

ROXY THEATER
220 OKMULGEE ST.
MUSKOGEE, OK

PAUL BONSIGNORE-Writer/Director/Producer