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Anoli' Theater

Featuring 350 seats and a 2,700-square-foot, giant movie screen, the Anoli' ("to tell") Theater shows films focused on our culture or made by Chickasaw citizens. In addition to surround sound, the theater boasts a new, 2K, high-definition projector. With daily showings, the Anoli' Theater is an essential destination for film and history buffs alike.

Anoli' Theater

Featuring 350 seats and a 2,700-square-foot, giant movie screen, the Anoli' ("to tell") Theater shows films focused on our culture or made by Chickasaw citizens. In addition to surround sound, the theater boasts a new, 2K, high-definition projector. With daily showings, the Anoli' Theater is an essential destination for film and history buffs alike.

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State-of-the-Art Cinema

State-of-the-Art Cinema

While the Anoli' Theater is primarily a place to tell the Native American story through film, it also serves as a venue for other events, including cultural presentations, workshops, lecture series, stomp dance demonstrations and fashion shows. In September 2012, the Chickasaw Nation, in collaboration with the Sundance Institute and partners, presented Film Forward: Advancing Cultural Dialogue at the Anoli' Theater. An initiative of the Sundance Institute, Film Forward promotes cross-cultural dialogue through independent documentary and narrative film. As one of only two locations in the United States to host the 2012 Film Forward screening, the Chickasaw Nation and the Cultural Center were honored to participate in the prestigious event.

Upcoming Shows

  • 6:30PM

    Follow along the true and inspiring journey of contemporary Christian band MercyMe and the life story behind the award-winning song.

    Starring: Dennis Quaid, J. Michael Finley, Brody Rose

    Jul. 21 I Can Only Imagine – 2018 – Rated PG
  • 6:30PM

    When in Rome during a highly publicized goodwill tour, Princess Ann grows tired of her strict responsibilities and rebels for a day of leisurely adventure. She meets Joe Bradley, an American...

    Jul. 28 Roman Holiday – 1953 – Rated for General Audiences