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"What I hope to show is, our little subculture of American culture, the cowgirl culture. And let people see how independent and fiercely competitive these women are, also the pioneer spirit that women possess"

Pitt State graduate, Lindsey Walls plans to show her documentary to not only the Fourstates, but to the world. From London to Australia, she even plans to enter it into festivals like Sundance.

 "I think people have an interest in the western culture here in America. But even more so, in the cowgirl culture, because there's never anything like this"

The stars of her documentary are two Welch, Oklahoma cowgirls,  grandmother-grand daughter duo.

"It doesn't matter how old you are, that if you want to pursue your dreams, go for it" says Teresa Bruce.
"It's not as easy as people think. And you have to put a lot of effort and work into it to get where you want to be and accomplish everything" says Tabby Pierce, Teresa's 14-year-old granddaughter.
"You know there's lots of documentaries, films and information on cowboys, but there's not much on cowgirls" says Teresa Bruce.

And the cowgirl culture is still very much alive.

It's the Oklahoma premiere and first release of the full-length documentary on the big screen, and will be shown at the historic Coleman Theatre in Miami, Oklahoma, Saturday, May 19 (at 7:30PM) and Sunday, May 20 (at 2:30PM), 2018. Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for seniors and students. 10 percent of the proceeds are going towards continuing the restoration of the theater. 

A preview of The Cowgirl Culture Documentary can be seen on You Tube.

Click here for more information on the documentary and upcoming documentaries.

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