Lecturers

Friday, November 1  - 12 pm - 1pm - Will Rogers Memorial Museum Theatre

Topic - Movie Short Trail End followed by QnA

Barry Corbin has been an actor since the 1960s and received an Emmy Award nomination for his work on Northern Exposure.  Barry has been in such movies as WarGames, Urban Cowboy, Any Which Way You Can and Lonesome Dove.  Barry currently lives in Texas and is a big fan of Will Rogers.

Thursday, October 31  - 8am - 9am - Claremore Museum of History (MOH)

Topic - Future of Films in Oklahoma

Ricki Maslar is a successful casting director and producer with over 35 years experience in the entertainment industry.  She has held a variety of positions as an agent, casting director, teacher, and producer.  Maslar is a member of the Producers Guild of America (PGA) as well as the Casting Society of America (CSA), and has been nominated by the Talent Managers Association (TMA) four times as Feature Film Casting Director of the Year.  She is on the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Commission.

Thursday, October 31 - Noon - 1pm - Will Rogers Memorial Museum Theatre

Topic - Father's & Favorite Son's Humor and Awards - A Case Study

 

Steven Ray Lindsey is a retired University Professor from Oklahoma State University, and a skilled Stand-Up Comedian for the past (20) years.  An ‘Okie’ by birth, Steven Ray has spent his life looking for the ‘funny’.  Yet, his living has always come as an educator.  And, son to a ‘Master Teacher’.  Sharing thoughts of love & peace, he also carries an edge into pop culture, family life, relations, and inspirations….

Friday, November 1st - 8am - 9am - Claremore Museum of History (MOH)

Topic - Popping Bubbles - How she got out of her bubble and how to help you pop yours

Ariel Tweto is a TV personality and producer, public speaker, activist, and pilot. After starring in Discovery Channel’s show about her family business,Flying Wild Alaska, she conquered late night television as a regular on the Late, Late Show with Craig Ferguson, in addition to her hosting duties for FNX’s Native Shorts, an on-going series showcasing films by Native creators highlighting Firsts Nations’ experiences. Ariel will be the featured in an IMAX movie in 2020.

Saturday - 12:00 pm - 1 pm  - NE Career Tech

Topic - Falling into Stunts

Terrence Julien is a stuntman known for his work on Black Panther (2018), Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016) and The Purge: Anarchy

Friday - 6:30 PM  - Will Rogers Memorial Museum Theatre

Topic - QnA about Will Rogers and Joel McCrea's Relationship.  Followed by movie Lightnin' - starring Will Rogers and Joel McCrea

A lifelong lover of film, Wyatt is the oldest grandchild of actor Joel McCrea and his actress wife Frances Dee and he is deeply involved in the ongoing historical preservation of his film making grandparents.  He has worked both as a producer and actor in television and film productions such as “Gen’s Guiltless Gourmet”, “Call 911”, “Big History”, “Canyon Trail”, the award winning documentary “Floating Horses – The Story of Casey Tibbs”, as well as many commercials and local theatrical productions.  He is the co-author and contributing author to several books on Hollywood literature, film and television history.

Friday - 6:30 PM  - Will Rogers Memorial Museum Theatre

Topic - QnA about Will Rogers and Joel McCrea's Relationship.  Followed by movie Lightnin' - starring Will Rogers and Joel McCrea

Jennifer Rogers-Etcheverry is the Great Granddaughter of Will Rogers.

Contact Us

Will Rogers Motion Picture Festival

October 30th -November 2nd

Claremore, Oklahoma


Will Rogers Memorial Museum

1720 W. Will Rogers Blvd.

Claremore, OK 74017
info@willrogers.com
Tel: 918-341-0719

www.willrogers.com

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2019 Will Rogers Motion Picture Festival, Claremore, Oklahoma

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