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10:30 AM

SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKER & FILMMAKER PANEL "The Western Genre"

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

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12:15 PM TIME BLOCK

Click image for TRAILER (if available)

THE STARLIGHT HOTEL
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Upon being dropped off at The Starlight Hotel for an audition, Heroine notices strange people and happenings around her. As her night progresses, the sinister truth of her situation becomes clearer.

SAT. OCT. 8

12:15 PM BLOCK







ROXY THEATER

220 OKMULGEE ST.

MUSKOGEE, OK 74401



BRETT BAXLEY-Writer/Director/Producer

CHASE BRASHERS-Producer



COLLEGE STUDENT HELMED PROJECT



GOOD LISTENER
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A blind man has a conversation with a person reading the newspaper while sitting on a park bench. The blind man thinks he has found a "Good Listener".

SAT. OCT. 8

12:15 PM BLOCK



ROXY THEATER

220 OKMULGEE ST

MUSKOGEE, OK







FRITZ ROBINSON-Writer/Director/Producer

HIGH ROAD
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They can't bury the hatchet, so they bury each other.

The offspring of two families continue a long-running feud that began before they were born.



SATURDAY, OCT. 8

12:15 PM BLOCK







ROXY THEATER

220 OKMULGEE ST.

MUSKOGEE, OK


JOSHUA M. THOMAS-Writer/Director
KARI LEE THOMAS-Producer

SOMEDAY
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A pair of payroll robbers find themselves coming to terms with their past after a risky getaway.



SAT. OCT. 8

12:15 PM BLOCK







ROXY THEATER

220 OKMULGEE ST.

MUSKOGEE, OK

MIKE CARON-Writer/Director
MICHAEL GIBSON-Producer

LONE WOLF HILL
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Two Kiowa brothers must journey to recover the bones of their sons and give them a proper burial.

SATURDAY, OCT. 8

12:15 PM BLOCK



ROXY THEATER

220 OKMULGEE ST.

MUSKOGEE, OK

VICTOR ALEXANDER VERIAGE-Writer/Director
NANCY VERIAGE-Writer/Producer
JAY BENHAM-Producer

2:00 PM TIME BLOCK

EARTH IS HOME-HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT PROJECT
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Coronavirus has spread around the world until the period of global quarantine that allowed people around the world to stay at home and then go back in time 1920 about the forgotten Spanish flu whose victims were most affected by COVID-19 in the end we learned that the coronavirus has no limits in Our world, Earth is becoming less polluted and we need to protect it because Earth is our home.


SAT. OCT. 8
2:00 PM


ROXY THEATER
220 OKMULGEE ST.
MUSKOGEE, OK

NOOMEN NOOMEN-Writer/Director

THE BALLAD OF BETTY BURROWS
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THE AMBUSH
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The ambush follows the masked man as he and his brother's lover attempt to rescue said brother. Standing between love and loyalty stands the steadfast marshal and his deputy's. Watch as the impending conflict plays out on the bleeding, bruising, winter prairie.


JEFFERY ATWATER & JEREMY DAVIS-Directors

A once feared outlaw Betty Burrows has become bedridden due to consumption. Her husband faithfully taking care of her in hopes she gets better and enlists the help of a young boy to help him keep her hidden from the men hunting her for the price on her head.

SATURDAY, OCT. 8
2:00 PM BLOCK

ROXY THEATER
220 OKMULGEE ST.
MUSKOGEE, OK

JEFFERY ATWATER & JEREMY DAVIS-Directors

ENCORE OUTLAWS
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A musical tribute to some of Oklahoma's most notorious Outlaws and Lawmen.

SAT. OCT. 8
2:00 PM BLOCK

ROXY THEATER
220 OKMULGEE ST.
MUSKOGEE, OK

NANCY MARIE ISAACS-Writer/Director/Producer

FERAL FATALE
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14-year-old Jules Harvey loses her family and everything she owns to fires started by the Creedance Bandits. When Jules discovers her burning home with her family trapped inside to die, she must flee before being captured. She roams the desert with a hunted rabbit hanging from her belt. After wandering for miles, she stops for the night to rest and is approached by a mysterious outlaw.

SAT. OCT. 8
2:00 PM BLOCK

ROXY THEATER
220 OKMULGEE ST.
MUSKOGEE, OK

EMMA AUDREY EISNER-Writer/Director/Producer

THE WOMAN IN THE WOODS
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A young cowgirl ventures into the woods to find a magical woman who is rumored to have the answers to her past, but something more sinister awaits.

SAT. OCT. 8
2:00 PM BLOCK

ROXY THEATER
220 OKMULGEE ST.
MUSKOGEE, OK

BAILEY KATHERINE BROWN-Writer/Director/Producer
MASON DAY-Writer

KILL THEM ALL AND DON'T COME BACK ALONE
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WESTERN DRAMA

SATURDAY, OCT. 8
2:00 PM BLOCK

ROXY THEATER
220 OKMULGEE ST.
MUSKOGEE, OK

ENRIQUE NOVIALS-Writer/Director
MAY ROCA/PARANOIA/OASYS MINIHOLLYWOOD-Producers

3:45 PM TIME BLOCK

BASS REEVES INVINCIBLE BLACK MARSHAL
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IN MEMORIAM
REGINALD MOORE

Bass Reeves was a brave African American U.S. Deputy Marshal who rode for Judge Isaac Parker out of the federal court at Fort Smith, Arkansas, commissioned to hunt down and capture outlaws hiding in Indian Territory.

Reeves worked for thirty-two years as a deputy marshal--the only marshal to begin with Parker's court and last until Oklahoma statehood in 1907.

Throughout his career, he insisted that he had never started a fight, or drew first blood in a fight. Yet in the course of making arrests, his own belt was cut in two by an outlaw's bullet, his hat brim was shot through, his buttons were shot off his coat and his bridle reigns were shot out of his hands, while pursuing all kinds of bad men."

He was master of disguise--a no-nonsense lawman who helped bring justice to a region infested with killers and thieves. The truth of his life is greater than his fictional legend.


SAT. OCT. 8
3:45 PM BLOCK



ROXY THEATER
220 OKMULGEE ST.
MUSKOGEE, OK

LARRY FOLEY-Writer/Director/Producer

WARREN'S GOLD
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After his family gold is stolen, young cowboy Warren must decide how far to take his revenge.

SAT. OCT. 8
3:45 PM BLOCK



ROXY THEATER
220 OKMULGEE ST.
MUSKOGEE, OK

NICK SWEZEY-Writer/Director/Producer

THE HANGING WILLIAM CANE
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William Cane's desperate need for financial stability to provide for his family leads him to robbing a bank. Will this bad decision be his final one?



SAT. OCT. 8
3:45 PM BLOCK



ROXY THEATER
220 OKMULGEE ST.
MUSKOGEE, OK

R.J. HENDRICKS II-Writer/Producer

PRESTON WALDEN-Director

THE BATTLE OF HONEY SPRINGS
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CLICK IMAGE TO VISIT HONEY SPRINGS FACEBOOK
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CLICK IMAGE TO VISIT HONEY SPRINGS FACEBOOK PAGE
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CHECOTAH-RENTIESVILLE, OKLAHOMA

LOCATION: CHECOTAH-RENTIESVILLE, OKLAHOMA

North or South, whichever side controlled Indian Territory, controlled the fate of slavery west of the Mississippi.

In the end, the battle at Honey Springs would be remembered as the climatic engagement within Indian Territory and the most diverse battle in American Civil War history.

On July 17, 1863, Major General James G. Blunt marched 3000 Union soldiers through rain and river and initiated a brazen attack against a Confederate Army twice his number. Led by the 1st Kansas, the Union forces drove the rebels from their stronghold at the Honey Springs depot, securing the major supply route known as the Texas Road.

"The Battle of Honey Springs" takes you inside the fight, from the Generals and their warfare tactics to the men on the ground including the 1st Kansas, made up of all freed black slaves, eager to show their worth and bravery in the fight to emancipate all their southern brothers.

And to the Creek, Cherokee and other tribes of Oklahoma, Native Americans divided by a white man's war, fighting to return to the lands they once called home.

SAT. OCT. 8
3:45 PM BLOCK



ROXY THEATER
220 OKMULGEE ST.
MUSKOGEE, OK

BRYAN BEASLEY-Writer/Director
BOB ROSS/JAIME ROMAN, JON ROMAN-Producers

5:30 PM
RED CARPET FESTIVAL AWARDS-SPECIAL AWARDS & CLOSING RECEPTION

CLICK IMAGE TO VISIT MAIN STREET MUSKOGEE FACEBOOK
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Pictured above:
Russell Sain-V-P Main Street Muskogee
Camille Sain-3 Rivers Museum Board Member
ShIronbutterfly-Festival Director

CLICK IMAGE TO VISIT THE ROXY THEATER FACEBOOK
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CLICK IMAGE TO VIEW PRAIRIE GRASS FACEBOOK
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SPECIAL CLOSING MOVIE CLASSIC: 7:00 PM

BLACK MARSHAL: THE HUNT FOR DOZIER
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IMDB.COM-MARLON LADD
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Adventures of U.S. Deputy Marshal BASS REEVES during the years 1867-1883 featuring the capture of the notorious outlaw BOB DOZIER.

Shot on video, on location in several Oklahoma locations with a Bare Bones Budget of $7,000.

SAT. OCT. 8
7:00 PM

ROXY THEATER
220 OKMULGEE ST.
MUSKOGEE, OK

MARLON LADD-Writer/Director/Producer (AKA LEE NEWTON 2002)

Recipient of the LEGACYKEEPERSRUS BASS REEVES LEGACY TRAILBLAZER AWARD during the 12th Bass Reeves Western History Conference held in July 2022.