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6:30 AM06:30

Oxford premiere of Cornbread Nostra


 CORNBREAD COSA NOSTRA at the Malco Oxford Commons Cinema Grill, sponsored by the Oxford Film Festival.

Watch the trailer for the film here:

The crime/dark comedy film based on the true events surrounding the Dixie Mafia will play June 6th at 7:00pm. Director/producer Travis Mills will be in attendance for a Q&A.

Limited seating available! Advanced tickets are available now for 10 dollars. They will be 15 dollars at the door.

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7:00 PM19:00

SarahFest screening of EndoWhat?

Join us at Shelter on Van Buren on September 28 at 7 pm for a special screening with the filmmakers. 


A normal where women with endometriosis know the facts and can make empowered choices. A normal that doesn’t involve multiple doctors, surgeries, misdiagnoses and years of pain.

The only film of its kind, Endo What presents solid, accurate information straight from the experts. They answer the questions you have, but aren’t able to ask. 

They answer the questions you never even knew to ask.

JUST ONE CAVEAT. (Spoiler alert)

There’s no quick fix. No easy answer. But, it is possible. You can live a full, vibrant life with endometriosis. You may have endo, but endo does not have you. 

It’s time to make a real & lasting change in the narrative of this disease. It’s time to stop the vicious cycle of misinformation. The new normal starts now. It starts here with you. 

Take this film & take control of your life.

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4:00 PM16:00

The LGBTQ Shorts: Struggles and Celebrations of Being Out the Deep South

To be held in conjunction with Oxford’s first Pride Parade, Crossroads Film Society and Oxford Film Festival have partnered to provide a free screening of five curated short films.

 The LGBTQ Shorts: Struggles and Celebrations of Being Out the Deep South will be shown on Sunday, May 8 at 4 p.m. at Shelter on Van Buren.

 The Pride Parade, organized by Matt Kessler in conjunction with the University of Mississippi Sarah Isom Center, will be held on Saturday, May 7 at 2 p.m.

 “We are so happy to partner with Crossroads during this important weekend in Oxford,” Oxford Film Festival Executive Director Melanie Addington said. “We hope that people celebrate and enjoy the screenings with us on Mother’s Day especially with films such as Instababy which address gay couples adopting in Mississippi and The Ballad of Little Pam which touches on the relationship between mother and daughter. We appreciate the support of Shelter on Van Buren for being an inclusive venue that helps support a showcase of a variety of films.”

 “These LGBTQ films were wonderfully received recently at the Crossroads Film Festival, and we are delighted that all the filmmakers involved agreed enthusiastically to have a rescreening in conjunction with the first annual Oxford Pride and in partnership with our sister Festival in Oxford”, said Robbie Fisher, President of the Crossroads Film Society. 


Film Descriptions:

Out in Alabama (12 Min., Director / Producer Bonnie Blue Edwards)

A celebration of friendships formed at Pride events in Birmingham, AL.


Instababy (12 Min., Co-Creators Lauren Cioffi and Rosie Haber)

In Episode One of The Front’s “New Deep South” series, a gay couple in Jackson, MS trying to adopt a child improvise with the best resource at their disposal: Instagram


RSVP (13 Min., Director Shannon Beeby; Producer Ryan Jonze)

A gay widower fulfills his lover’s last request to spread his ashes at the beach.

 Peace in the Valley (15 Min., Directors Michael Palmieri and Donal Mosher)

Eureka Springs, Arkansas’s liberals were among the first to vote in favor of LGBT rights, but supporting the economy are conservative tourists supporting the Great Passion Play. 

The Ballad of Little Pam (9 Min., Director Casey Parks; Producers Aubree Bernier-Clarke and Casey Parks)

Pam and her mother can co-exist…as long as Pam agrees not to date women.

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Founded in 1999, the Crossroads Film Society celebrates the art of filmmaking in all of its diversity and depth with film screenings year-round and with its annual Crossroads Film Festival each spring.  The Society facilitates and promotes a broad spectrum of film-related events for the community, presents films from around the world, the South and Mississippi to audiences in Mississippi, promotes dialogue and educational opportunities for filmmakers and audiences, and offers a juried competition to honor films in a wide variety of genres including features, shorts, documentaries, animation, music videos, and others.


The Oxford Film Festival was founded in 2003 to bring exciting, new and unusual films (and the people who create them) to North Mississippi. The annual five-day festival screens short and feature-length films in both showcase and competition settings, including narrative and documentary features and shorts; Mississippi narratives, documentaries and music videos, and narrative, documentary, animated and experimental shorts. The festival is a 501c3 not-for-profit organization.  

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7:30 PM19:30

Oxford Film Festival Presents: As You Like It

 Vanessa Redgrave stars in As You Like It

Vanessa Redgrave stars in As You Like It

Join the Oxford Film Festival as they present along with BBC Films, As You Like It from 1963 as part of the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare's death.

The film will screen as part of our new monthly series. Guests are invited to pay what you will or just tell a friend if you can't pay. 

The film will be held at Shelter on Van Buren (1221 Van Buren Ave)

Synopsis: After the overthrowing of Duke Senior by his tyrannical brother, Senior's daughter Rosalind disguises herself as a man and sets out to find her banished father while also counseling her clumsy suitor Orlando in the art of wooing.

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6:00 PM18:00

La Yuma Free Movie Screening and Discussion

October 1 Co-hosted by Oxford Film Fest: The Hispanic Heritage Series of Lectures and Films offered by the Department of Modern Languages of the University of Mississippi will present a lecture on the topic “Central America in Crisis” at 6pm in Turner Center auditorium (room 205). The lecture will be followed by the Nicaraguan movie “La Yuma." This is a free event.
Parking on campus is free to guests after 6:00 p.m.

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