Jun 9, 2022
Filming begins in Tulsa on "Karen Kingsbury's A Thousand Tomorrows"
Filming is underway in Tulsa for a new project.
The project? Sony Pictures’ AFFIRM Originals, in association with Red Clay Studios, announced that Colin Ford (“We Bought a Zoo”) and Rose Reid (“Finding You”) will star in “Karen Kingsbury’s A Thousand Tomorrows,” a series adapted from New York Times bestselling author Karen Kingsbury’s novel of the same name.
May 12, 2022
A New Frontier in Filmmaking
Oklahoma is quickly growing into one of the top production hubs in the US! This is in large part due to new legislation, the Filmed in Oklahoma Act that increased tax incentives and opportunities for filmmaking in Oklahoma from $8M to $30M.
Apr 18, 2022
Megan Suri And Parminder Nagra Star In LGBTQ+ Adaptation Of Sara Jo Cluff Book ‘The Kiss List’
MarVista Entertainment and Red Clay Studios are behind The Kiss List, a feature film that stars Megan Suri (Never Have I Ever), Parminder Nagra (ER), Emjay Anthony (Bad Moms) and Lachlan Watson (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina).
Apr 13, 2022
Sony’s Affirm Originals Sets ‘A Thousand Tomorrows’ Series Deal With Author Karen Kingsbury
Sony Pictures’ Affirm Originals has struck a deal with author Karen Kingsbury to adapt her 2005 novel “A Thousand Tomorrows” as a TV series. Production by Affirm and Red Clay Studios is set to begin early next month in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Nov 21, 2021
Viewpoint: Women are leading the way in film and television in Oklahoma
When my tribe launched the Cherokee Nation Film Office in 2019, we became the third film commission in Oklahoma. The film business was gaining steam in our state, and we wanted in. We had a five-year strategic plan and were ready to slowly make inroads into the industry. Well, the industry had other plans for us. The word “slowly” is not in the film business vocabulary.
May 21, 2021
Oklahoma Legislature passes new state film incentive bill and more movie news
The state House of Representatives on Thursday passed Senate Bill 608, also known as the Filmed in Oklahoma Act of 2021, which would create a more robust film incentive program for the state.
Apr 15, 2020
Gravitas To Release ‘Braking For Whales’; Cinema Guild Sets Date For ‘Liberté’ – Film Briefs
Gravitas Ventures has set a VOD/digital release for Sean McEwen’s debut feature Braking For Whales on April 24. The Narrator Entertainment and Charlie Baby Productions film stars Tammin Sursok (Pretty Little Liars), Tom Felton (Harry Potter franchise), Wendi McLendon-Covey (The Goldbergs), David Koechner (Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgandy), and Austin Swift (Live By Night). Written and directed by McEwen, the plot charts the unexpected journey of a dysfunctional brother and sister who are forced to come to terms with each other and themselves over their recently deceased mother’s final wish. Unique, clever and insightful, this is a story that many can relate to – none can push our buttons like family. McEwen, Sursok and Cassidy Lunnen produced the Boston Film Festival award-winning pic, while Takashi Cheng served as executive producer. Producer Cassidy Lunnen negotiated on behalf of the filmmakers with Brett Rogalsky, on behalf of Gravitas.
Jul 24, 2019
Nina Dobrev To Star And Executive Produce Indie Comedy ‘Sick Girl’, Debut Film From Jennifer Cram
The Vampire Diaries alum Nina Dobrev has come aboard to star and executive produce Sick Girl, an indie film comedy that will serve as the feature writing and directing debut for Jennifer Cram, the longtime casting associate who most recently was casting director on Showtime’s Ray Donovan.
Oct 18, 2018
‘The Dougherty Gang’ Movie In Works; Emory Cohen, India Eisley, Sam Strike Star As Sibling Outlaws
The plot is based on the true story of Ryan, Lee Grace and Dylan Dougherty, who in 2011 shot at cops in Florida, robbed a bank in Georgia and were the subject of a manhunt that ended at the with a police chase in Colorado. In all, they racked up more than 70 charges. All were sentenced to prison in 2012, the year Dobie’s article was published.