Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Still We Ride

Still We Ride will screen the last Friday of January 2006, 7 p.m. If you want location info, subscribe to the newsletter.


Thursday, November 17, 2005

Grace Lee Project


Thursday, November 10, 2005


Focusing on the battle around nuclear storage in the United States, Trespassing, carefully reveals a deadly controversy around land rights, uranium mining, nuclear testing, and the disposal of nuclear waste. After years of contamination on Native American lands and their sacred sites, the indigenous community takes action as they risk relocation, eviction, and arrest and try to prevent further desecration of their lands, air, and water. Trespassing offers an in depth and provocative examination of a people's struggle for survival and attempts at preserving their land for future generations.

Coming soon to CineGrafique.


Monday, November 07, 2005

Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Prices

The movie banned by Wal-Mart. Hailed by small businesses worldwide.

WAL-MART: THE HIGH COST OF LOW PRICE is a feature length documentary that uncovers a retail giant's assault on families and American values.

The film dives into the deeply personal stories and everyday lives of families and communities struggling to fight a goliath. A working mother is forced to turn to public assistance to provide healthcare for her two small children. A Missouri family loses its business after Wal-Mart is given over $2 million to open its doors down the road. A mayor struggles to equip his first responders after Wal-Mart pulls out and relocates just outside the city limits. A community in California unites, takes on the giant, and wins!

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Friday, October 28, 2005


Short for Cinematic Graffiti. Imagine a large blank wall and empty parking lot come to life with the sublime sights and sounds of one of the last great American icons: the drive-in.

Where car parking is limited or prohibited, CineGrafique accommodates pedestrians, bicycles, mopeds, or motorcycles.

Enjoy movies, beyond the confines of sticky floors, inflated ticket prices, and the standard cinema food. In a communal spirit of local filmmakers and movie buffs.

The admission price is what you think the experience is worth. And, it is a great way to reclaim unused public spaces.

We only screen movies with secured copyrights and works by emerging filmmakers. If you would like to suggest a site for the next CineGrafique or submit a film, write to danchangtulsa AT yahoo.


Thursday, October 27, 2005

Tulsa News Network: The Opera

Are you going brain-dead with a daily diet of the police blotter on local TV news?

Do you want TV news from intelligent, informed, and INDEPENDENT reporters?

Do you get the feeling 2 doesn’t really work for you, 6 don’t know jack, 8 is not on your side, and Fox is really Faux?

Do you think the news is nothing more than opera, with a plethora of voices singing incoherently at the same time?

Tulsa TV news is the last bastion of the brain-dead, biased mainstream media. In 1941 B.T. (Before TV), the cineplex and drive-in’s delivered the news. Remember the newsreels before the feature started?

Tulsa News Network (TNN) reincarnates the newsreel in an operatic art form. TNN: The Opera airs on the last Friday of the month.

TNN: The Opera, going beyond the shooting d’jour. Thought-provoking stuff intelligent Tulsans want to talk about while eating dinner, drinking a beer, or maybe even getting an outlaw tattoo.

Inquiring minds want to know the issues no other TV stations will ever touch with a ten-foot pole. All news is biased with someone’s point of view. We’ll tell you ours. We’ll even expose theirs.

TNN: THE OPERA FOR INQUIRING TULSANS DONE WITH 2, 6, 8, AND FAUX. Exclusive only on Cinegrafique.