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Oklahoma Cine Latino Film Festival, 2017

Okla Cine Latino Film Festival reveals strong local talent

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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,...
Filmmakers answer questions

deadCENTER crowd enjoys “The Scent of Rain & Lightning”

deadCENTER veterans Casey Twenter and Jeff Robison presented one of their latest serious works in the first night of the film festival in Oklahoma...
matt payne seminar

Into 2017 – Building a screenwriting network in OKC

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The screenwriters panel at the 2016 deadCENTER Film Festival in Oklahoma City featured several people who had various levels of experience at the craft....

Wave roof bank drive-through demolished!

The wave roof former bank drive-through at Northwest 5th and Classen is now history, demolished Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning.
Roger Lienke Keeps

Concert to launch latest Roger Lienke CD “Playing for Keeps”

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Roger Lienke was 8 years old when he wrote his first music, 12 when he wrote his first pop song and 16 when he...
Fans ask questions to "Gremlin" crew

Bellgardt’s “Gremlin” draws posse back to deadCENTER

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...
historic preservation

Historic “eggshell” church saved from wrecking ball?

In an 8-1 vote, The City of Oklahoma City Council approved a memorandum of understanding between the City, First Christian Church - OKC, and...
historic preservation

Eggshell church in jeopardy again as Crossings Church pulls out of deal

Thought to have been saved by a potential deal with Crossings Community Church, the northside historic First Christian "eggshell" Church is at risk again.
Scissortail Park opening

Scissortail Park Grand Opening concerts draw 28,000 to OKC – Gallery

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The Grand Opening weekend for Oklahoma City's new Scissortail Park kicked off Friday night with concerts that drew 28,000 filling the Great Lawn.

Film *Paris is Burning* points to current realities in Oklahoma City

Tuesday night, the second night of OKC Pride Week, Banquet Cinema near downtown hosted the showing of Paris is Burning, a documentary that shocked many, and empowered countless others when it was released in 1991.