Sterlin Harjo's "Terlton", Free Screening + Mixer with the Filmmakers, "Terlton" is a story about the power of community.
In the summer of 1985, a small town in Oklahoma suffered an unimaginable tragedy; one-fourth of their community was killed in an explosion at Aerlex Corp, a local fireworks factory. After their incredible loss, the small town faced hardships challenging its future.
This documentary explores the town's resilience, mingles with unforgettable characters and is an explosive memorial of life and love in the face of adversity.
From the director of "Mekko" and "This May Be The Last Time," Sundance alum Sterlin Harjo teams up with celebrated visual artist Jeremy Charles and storytellers from their home state, Oklahoma, to tell a unique story from small town America.