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“Te Ata” movie goes into post-production

11/14/2014

A hypnotic Oklahoma sunset – blazing pastels of pink, purple and red – was showing off just as a “Discover Oklahoma” film crew prepared to interview native Oklahoman Cindy Pickett.

Award-winning Native American Actors Selected for “Te Ata” Cast

09/12/2014

Following a nationwide search, the cast of “Te Ata” is set and filming is now underway in several Oklahoma locations.

Chickasaw Nation Sets Tulsa Casting Call for "Te Ata" movie Aug. 2

07/23/2014

The search is underway in the Tulsa area for Native American actors to star in a tribally-produced feature film which shares the story of a trailblazing Native American entertainer.

Chickasaw Nation Sets Albuquerque Casting Call for "Te Ata" movie July 12

07/07/2014

The search is underway in the Albuquerque area for Native American actors to star in a tribally-produced feature film which shares the story of a trailblazing Native American entertainer.

Feature film to tell story of treasured Chickasaw actress

07/01/2014

Casting calls are now underway for a motion picture based on the life of Mary Frances Thompson, who is best known by her stage name, Te Ata.

Chickasaw Nation Sets Casting Call for "Te Ata" movie June 29 in Ada

06/23/2014

Ada is the next stop in a nationwide search for Native American actors to star in a tribally-produced feature film which shares the story of a trailblazing Native American entertainer.

Chickasaw Nation Sets Casting Call for "Te Ata" movie June 28 at Remington Park, Oklahoma City

06/23/2014

The search is underway in the Oklahoma City area for Native American actors to star in a tribally-produced feature film which shares the story of a trailblazing Native American entertainer.

Chickasaw Nation Sets Casting Call for Te Ata Movie June 22 in Culver City, Calif.

06/17/2014

The search is underway in the Los Angeles area for Native American actors to star in a tribally-produced feature film which shares the story of a trailblazing Native American entertainer.

Chickasaw Nation Sets Casting Call for Te Ata movie June 14 at Lone Star Park, Grand Prairie, Texas

06/04/2014

The Dallas area is the first stop in a nationwide search for Native American actors to star in a tribally-produced feature film which shares the story of a trailblazing Native American entertainer.

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