The Circle Cinema Film Festival returns in July for its second year, just in time to blow out the candles on the historic theater's 91st birthday.

That means a large collection of movies about Oklahomans and made by Oklahomans who will interact with audiences in Q-and-A sessions during the five-day festival. There will be world premieres, after-parties, a Hanson virtual-reality experience and even cake to be served July 15, the cinema’s opening date in 1928.

Tickets for all events are on sale at and at the box office, 10 S. Lewis Ave. Tickets to each event are $12, unless noted as a free event. All-access passes are available for $175.

The following is the current lineup for the Circle Cinema Film Festival, which kicks off on July 11. — Michael Smith, Tulsa World