After a limited theatrical release, “Land of Gold” will be available May 15 on HBO Max.
The movie, which won AT&T’s Untold Stories award at the Tribeca Film Festival, was partially filmed at the Cherokee Nation Extended Reality Studio in Owasso, a virtual soundstage that’s the first of its kind in Oklahoma.
The film is about a Punjabi truck driver who discovers a young Mexican American girl inside his trailer. Other filming locations included Tulsa, Gloss Mountain, rest stops, truck stops, gas stations, diners and parking lots.
The producers of the movie are Pallavi Sastry (who also stars) and Keertana Sastry.
– Staff Report, The Oklahoma 100