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.
Film critic George Lang takes a close look at 'Dead Pigs', a satirical film about modern Shanghai. Showing at Oklahoma City Museum of Art.
Despite what the title implies, Robert Machoian’s 'The Killing of Two Lovers' does not spoil the ending but is a depiction of crisis marriage.
To promote its schedule for the 21st dC June 10-20, the film "Golden Arm" was shown at the Winchester Drive-In Thursday.
Ben Wheatley’s In the Earth revels in the bad vibes of isolation. This film will show at the Tower Theatre Friday and Wednesday.
Promising Young Woman by writer-director Emerald Fennell excels as a pitch-black revenge comedy and as blunt-force social commentary.
At OkC Museum of Art, Autumn de Wilde’s directorial debut adaptation of Jane Austen’s Emma. is showing the weekend of April 10-11.