The third annual Cine Latino Film Festival entertained a filled UCO CHK Central Boathouse Saturday evening. It revealed the talents of many Oklahoma City filmmakers, actors and actresses. A new feature of the festival this year was the addition of work...
deadCENTER veterans Casey Twenter and Jeff Robison presented one of their latest serious works in the first night of the film festival in Oklahoma City, now in its 17th year. “The Scent of Rain & Lightning was adapted from the...
The screenwriters panel at the 2016 deadCENTER Film Festival in Oklahoma City featured several people who had various levels of experience at the craft. But one of the panelists stood out by his blunt, but highly informative answers to...
Emmy winning local filmmaker Ryan Bellgardt has a loyal following who will show up to see his next film just about every time. After his big hit Army of Frankensteins at the 2013 deadCENTER Film Festival in Oklahoma City, he...
In a testament to the quality of executives, actors, filmmakers and journalists who come from Oklahoma and impact the film industry, The 20th annual deadCenter Film Festival will honor four Oklahomans with the Oklahoma Film & TV ICON Award.
deadCenter Film, the nonprofit best known for deadCenter Film Festival (dCFF) in Oklahoma City, has chosen Alyx Picard Davis as the next Executive Director.
The 20th annual deadCenter Film Festival is live and online running through June 21. The festival exists in a virtual space this year, offering 140 films.
This weekend is the 6th annual OKCine Latino Film Festival in Oklahoma City beginning with a full evening Friday night and continuing Saturday afternoon.
Oklahoma City Free Press will feature three films from the deadCenter Film Festival each day: a feature-length narrative film, short film, and documentary.
The worldwide Latinx film community continues to flourish, and for six years, OKCine Latino Film Festival has offered its enthusiastic support.