BARTLESVILLE, Okla. — The city of Bartlesville is hosting a Native American-themed film festival next month.
The Oklahoma Indian Summer Native Film Festival will be held in conjunction with OKMozart June 14 at Theatre Bartlesville.
The festival will feature the screening of the documentary “Playground of the Native Son” that tells the story of the 1920s Hominy Indians football team. The festival will also screen other American Indian films, including “The Cherokee Word for Water,” about Wilma Mankiller, the first and only female chief of the Cherokee Nation.
Tickets for the festival are $20. Films can also be screened individually for $10.