Okmulgee Main Street and the Okmulgee Arts & Humanities Council are hosting the 2nd Annual 48-Hour film festival in conjunction with the 2016 Harvest Spoon Chili Festival.
Join us at the Orpheum Theatre for the 2nd annual Okmulgee Main Street 48 Hour Film Festival (Main Street 48), where film makers from across the area will be competing in a short film challenge. Contestants will have 48 hours to produce a short film for a chance to win cash prizes, one of which is the Audience Choice Award.
After the Chili Festival prizes have been awarded, walk on over to the Orpheum Theatre for the "Orange Carpet" event beginning at 4:00 pm and stay for the screening of all of the 48-hour entries which will begin at 5:00 pm. Join us in supporting local filmmakers in an evening of entertainment at the historic Orpheum Theater. Tickets can be purchased at the door for $5.00.