OKC Museum of Art to replay "Cave of Forgotten Dreams" Wednesday by popular demand
Werner Herzog’s (“Grizzly Man”) widely praised documentary “Cave of Forgotten Dreams” has been held over by popular demand at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, where it will screen again at 5:30 and 8 p.m. Wednesday in the Noble Theater, 415 Couch Drive.
The museum showed Herzog’s acclaimed 2010 film Thursday and Sunday, and it was so popular, the museum opted to add two more screenings.
The documentary follows an exclusive expedition into the nearly inaccessible Chauvet Cave in France, home to the most ancient visual art known to have been created by man. The film provides a unique glimpse of pristine artwork dating back to human hands more than 30,000 years ago — almost twice as old as any previous discovery.
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