, 2023-01-19 12:11:35,
From a veritable land rush of productions during the COVID-19 pandemic to the state legislature’s passage of a new, larger film incentive in 2021, industry watchers have been touting a growing influx of made-in-Oklahoma movies and television series for the past few years.
But 2023 might just prove the breakthough year when savvy movie and TV fans get to appreciate the Sooner State’s emergence as a filming destination.
From star-studded historical dramas like “Killers of the Flower Moon” and “Reagan” and new seasons of popular streaming series like “Reservation Dogs” and “Tulsa King” to promising Sundance Film Festival selections and quirky homegrown comedies, many projects filmed in Oklahoma are expected to be coming soon to a movie theater, streaming service or on-demand platform near you.
The dates for some of them are still to be announced, but here are 18 Oklahoma-made movies and TV shows to look out for in 2023:
1. ‘Out of Exile’
When and where to see it: Jan. 20 in select theaters and on Amazon Prime, Apple TV, Vudu and more.
Named the Best Oklahoma Feature of the 2022 deadCenter Film Festival, “Out of Exile” follows Gabriel Russell (Shawnee actor Adam Hampton), a recently paroled thief trying to stay out of trouble and rebuild a relationship with his estranged daughter (Hayley McFarland). Choctaw native (and one-time Disney Channel star) Ryan Merriman plays the FBI agent hunting Gabriel and his crew after a botched armored car robbery.
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