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Movie goers from across Oklahoma eagerly arrived at Rodeo Cinema Saturday to view deadCenter Film Festival short films in person.
For the 21st annual deadCenter Film Festival, Executive Director Alyx Picard Davis is building on lessons from last year’s event.
As in past years, the 21st annual deadCenter Film Festival delivers a trove of spectacular short films as part of its roster.
Now in its 21st year, deadCenter Film Festival consistently presents films that greatly expand the vocabulary of cinema.
A new self-paced program for students 6th - 8th grade is being launched by deadCenter Film as it expands year-round offerings.
7 p.m. Sat, deadCenter’s virtual screening of the doc "Unapologetic" will serve as FFA’s capstone event for FilmEx, a virtual conference.
The 20th annual deadCenter Film Festival finished its first successful run at moving its content completely online and passed the torch of leadership.
Today’s roundup focuses on director Blayne Weaver’s revisionist slasher film GetAWAY, Jacob Snovel and Brooks Hall’s 1717 Primrose and Bastards’ Road.
Today’s roundup: sci-fi action film Robot Riot, short shocker Laura Hasn’t Slept and documentary about Marjory Stoneman Douglas HS, Parkland Rising.
Reagan Elkins' skillful filmmaking coupled with Maggie McClure and Shane Henry's musical and acting skills came together to get the story told well.