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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.
Today’s roundup focuses on director Blayne Weaver’s revisionist slasher film GetAWAY, Jacob Snovel and Brooks Hall’s 1717 Primrose and Bastards’ Road.
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 - director Scott Dow’s Breaking Them Up, Gina Marie Foxhoven’s EXI[S]T and Mike Plante’s Wyatt Earp documentary, And With Him Came the West.
Each year, deadCenter Film Festival pushes the boundaries and promotes the kind of daring, innovative filmmaking that will shape the future of cinema.
Today’s roundup: sci-fi action film Robot Riot, short shocker Laura Hasn’t Slept and documentary about Marjory Stoneman Douglas HS, Parkland Rising.
In it's 20th year, the deadCenter Film Festival will feature a schedule twice as long for half the price and include more movies and panels.
Short films, like short stories, can be the entry to longer form works for aspiring feature filmmakers or their preferred medium.
Oklahoma City Free Press will feature three films from the deadCenter Film Festival each day: a feature-length narrative film, short film, and documentary.
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.