Mending the Line
Thu 6/8: 7:00p - Screen 1 with Q&A SOLD OUT. Overflow in Screen 3 film only on sale now.
Fri 6/9 - Sun 6/11: 12:00p, 4:30p, 7:00p
Mon 6/12: 4:30p, 7:00p
Tue 6/13 & Wed 6/14: 12:00p, 4:30p, 7:00p
Thu 6/15: 12:00p
Screen 1 with musical performance and Q&A is SOLD OUT. Screen 3 added for overflow - film screening only.
Thu 6/8: Special opening night screening with Wes Studi in attendance, music from The Imaginaries, and community partners Project Healing Waters, The Gadget Company, and Heirloom Rustic Ales! At a 6:00p reception before the film, try a new fishing-themed beer on sale from Heirloom Rustic Ales, learn about fly fishing resources in Tulsa from The Gadget Company, and discover the incredible work Project Healing Waters does with veterans. Live music performance and film at 7:00p followed by Q&A. Tickets $10 Circle Members, $15 non-Members.
The Imaginaries, a band from Norman, have two songs featured in the film and will perform live in-theater right before the film. Following the screening, Wes Studi and representatives from Project Healing Waters will take questions moderated by Josh Starks, Veteran Human Rights Commissioner for the City of Tulsa.
Project Healing Waters brings a high-quality, full-spectrum fly fishing program to an ever-expanding number of disabled active military service personnel across the Veterans Affairs Healthcare System, in Military Hospitals and the Warrior Transition Command. PHWFF has become recognized as an innovative leader and model in the field of therapeutic outdoor recreation for the disabled, through its successful application of the sport of fly fishing as a rehabilitation tool.
About the film: Featuring Wes Studi, Cherokee and Oklahoman. A Marine wounded in Afghanistan is sent to a V.A. facility in Montana where he meets a Vietnam Vet who teaches him how to fly fish as a way of dealing with his emotional and physical trauma, they forge a friendship that changes both of their lives.