Circle Cinema screens thriller shot in Oklahoma, with filmmaker and cast Q&A

TULSA, Okla. — Another film shot in Oklahoma will be screening tonight at Circle Cinema near downtown Tulsa at 7:30 p.m. The event will be followed by a Q&A with the filmmaker and members of the cast, moderated by television producer and Oklahoma native, Melanie Brooke Sweeney.

“Out of Exile” was directed by Kyle Kauwika Harris of Choctaw Nation. The thriller’s cast features WWE Hall of Fame Inductee, Jake “The Snake” Roberts, 90′s House of Pain rapper and executive director of The Outsiders House Museum, Danny Boy O’Connor, Oklahoma actor Jacob Snovel, as well as Adam Hampton and Kyle Henry.

The film has been described as a fusion of crime and drama. The storyline centers around the character “Gabe Russell,” a paroled thief. When the FBI closes in after a botched armored car robbery, “Gabe Russell” will risk all to escape in hopes to create a new life for himself and his estranged daughter.

RELATED: The Outsiders producer remembered by those who knew him and his work

“Circle Cinema is proud to debut Kyle Kauwika Harris’s new thriller in Tulsa. When directors make it a point to film in Oklahoma, we make it a point to bring the movie to the big screen. And with such an exceptional cast joining Kyle for the opening tonight, fans are in for a real treat that you can only find at Circle,” said Ryan Thomas, Circle Cinema Communications Manager.

For more details on the screening and Q&A, click here.