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deadCenter Film begins women and non-binary programmers series

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A programming series by deadCenter Film starting Feb, 25 will feature films chosen by six women and non-binary notables from the OKC metro.

deadCenter focused on education, inclusivity in first Oscar qualifying year

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Few arts or entertainment institutions in Oklahoma have the clout and staying power of the deadCenter Film Festival.
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OKC Film community reacts to Oscars, awards, cinematic competition

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What matters much more than who wins on Oscar Night is paying attention to the films that get recognized throughout awards season.

OKC movie theaters offering plenty of Thanksgiving distractions this week

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What to do after the Turkey leftovers have been put away? Brett Fiieldcamp has some good ideas with big offerings coming up.

‘The French Dispatch’ explores the writer’s mind – language lover’s heart

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The French Dispatch by Wes Anderson is a movie above the rest for Brett Fieldcamp who does a deep dive into its signficance.

‘Last Night in Soho’ reveals the darkness buried beneath nostalgia

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Brett Fieldcamp reviews Last Night in Soho. "The central conceit of the film is the undying, youthful obsession with the 1960s."
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deadCenter Film moves to new headquarters near Scissortail Park

The nonprofit deadCenter Film Festival organization cut the ribbon on their latest headquarters in downtown Oklahoma City Monday.
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“Manhattan Short Film Festival” at OKCMOA lets filmgoers be the judges

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OKC audiences will have the honor to see the ten Academy short film finalists for 2021 and vote for Best Film and Best Actor.

St. Vincent bridges mystery, music with ‘The Nowhere Inn’ – Criterion gig

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Oklahoma-born singer, songwriter Annie Clark - known as “St. Vincent” - has a new film, “The Nowhere Inn,” and new album “Daddy’s Home."

Okla-made ‘Wild Indian’ is a bleak, difficult, profound look at Native identity

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The Oklahoma-made movie "Wild Indian" is previewed by Brett Fieldcamp. He describes it as a "difficult and unflinchingly dark story."