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Harbour Winn Film Institute

Founded in 1982 by Emeritus Professor Harbour Winn, the Film Institute plays an important role in the university‘s vision to provide a student-oriented learning environment and an inclusive, values-centered culture that engages the community and the world.

Each year, university faculty select a variety of classic and contemporary international and art house films to share with university audiences and our neighbors from throughout the greater Oklahoma City area. These screenings include discussions after each film, and the films are also available for university courses through the maintenance of an extensive film collection at the Dulaney-Browne Library.

The Film Series is supported by the Thatcher Hoffman Smith Endowment Fund for the Center for Interpersonal Studies Through Film & Literature, the OCU Film Institute Endowment in the Community Foundation of the Kirkpatrick Family Fund, and Oklahoma City University.