Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Sunday night in Tulsa: There will be Bloodline

Producer and Tabloid Baby pal René Barnett brings her controversial, acclaimed documentary film Bloodline back home to Oklahoma on Sunday, August 16th, in an exclusive one-night-only event at Tulsa’s historic Circle Cinema.

The movie investigates the popular theory that Jesus Christ married and fathered children with Mary Magdalene, finding the real story behind The Da Vinci Code. It caused a furor upon its release in theatres, has been presented around the world, and has only grown in popularity and influence since its release on DVD.

René Barnett is a native Oklahoman who worked for years with director Bruce Burgess on the project, presents the film on Sunday at 7 pm. The screening will be followed by a question-and-answer session that's bound to be spirited.

Barnett is a veteran producer whose television credits include Ripley’s Believe it or Not and Strange Universe. She is also host of the syndicated radio program Night Vision.

She got her start in radio at KAKC in Tulsa, as the newscaster who also provided occasional live sound effects on "Dr. Mazeppa Pompazoidi's Unfilmy Can Festival," a zany late night show featuring Tulsa natives Gailard Sartain and Gary Busey.

Bloodline runs at 7 pm Sunday night. The Circle Cinema is located at 12 South Lewis (at 1st Street) in Tulsa. More information at 918-592-FILM and the cinema website.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I saw the Bloodline film in New York, it is a fantastic movie. Rene and Bruce did a Q&A afterward there also and and was very interesting.
Ben Hammott, who appears in the film, has written a book called LOST TOMB OF THE KNIGHTS TEMPLAR, it explains a lot more about how he solved the clues in the church at Rennes-le-Chateau to find the Magdalene Tomb and the artifacts.
I can't recommend the Bloodline film and Hammott's book enough. It is availble from his website - www.benhammott.com
I urge anyone in Tulsa to go and see Bloodline. You will not be disappointed.