BisonBison Film Festival reschedules “Movie on the Floor”

Team Radio Marketing Group - October 17, 2017 10:35 am

The BisonBison Film Festival’s “Movie on the Green” has been relocated and a new date set: Thursday Nov. 9, in the Fellowship Hall of First United Methodist Church, 200 South Sixth Street at 6:30 p.m.

Well, oops,” said BBFF President Christina Rich-Splawn. “At the last possible moment, Mother Nature decided to rain on us. We are very grateful to the Rev. Mike Smith and the members of the church for stepping up, so we can still have the movie ‘Moana,’ and for the continued support of Oklahoma Humanities and the Ponca City Arts and Humanities Council.”

The “Movie on the Green Floor” is still free and open to the public, and everyone is encouraged to bring blankets and pillows. Dr. Karl Rambo from the University of Oklahoma, will deliver a family friendly presentation on Polynesian culture, focusing on ancient navigation techniques and mythology, before the movie. Each child will receive a free Polynesian temporary tattoo on a first come, first served basis, until supplies are gone, along with an explanation card.

The BisonBison Film Festival is a non-profit organization with a mission to recognize and showcase the work of student filmmakers enrolled in academic programs in the mid-America region. BBFF also recognizes the need to provide events which educate the general public and younger students in the art of film and filmmaking, which is the basis of the “Movie on the Green” program.

The BisonBison Film Festival is scheduled for March 30-31, 2018. For more information, go to or BisonBison Film Festival on Facebook.


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