"Voices of History" is a branding film from Kirkpatrick & Kinslow Productions, developed for the Tulsa Historical Society. The film showcases a 3rd grade curriculum created & implemented by the organization. The film also profiles pivotal points in Tulsa's history, set against the backdrop of Tulsa's historic Council Oak Tree.
To help tell the story, Producer Russ Kirkpatrick worked closely with THS Executive Director Michelle Place and writers Bond Love and Michael Wallis to create messaging that was beautifully put to film by Director Bunee Tomlinson & Director of Photography Sam Calvin.
The branding project is the first of two films being produced by Kirkpatrick & Kinslow Productions with the Tulsa Historical Society. The second is an untitled feature length documentary, produced for a national TV audience, that will answer the important question of why history is important.