"Winter in the Blood" film screening
Filmmaker Alex Smith presents "Winter in the Blood," a film adaptation of James Welch's acclaimed novel, March 3rd at 6 pm at the Meinig Theater in The Lorton Performance Center at The University of Tulsa. "Winter in the Blood" tells the story of Virgil, a Blackfoot Indian who embarks on a journey to retrieve a stolen rifle once belonging to his father. Set in the 1960s, the film uses elements of magical realism and features the stunning natural beauty of Montana. The event is free and open to the public with a Q&A by Alex Smith and Euchee/Creek Actor Richard Ray Whitman to follow. The event is made possible by the TU Film Studies Department, Philbrook Museum Downtown, Oklahoma State University program in American Studies, TU Department of History, and the TU Social Science Interest Group. This event is coordinated by the Tulsa Indigenous Studies Alliance, a collaboration of scholars at OSU, TU, the Philbrook Museum of Art, and the Zarrow Center for Art and Education.
Meinig Theater, Lorton Performance Center
800 South Tucker Drive, The University of Tulsa, Chapman Common, Tulsa, OK 74104, USA