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

Brett Fieldcamp reviews Last Night in Soho. "The central conceit of the film is the undying, youthful obsession with the 1960s."

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.

“Manhattan Short Film Festival” at OKCMOA lets filmgoers be the judges

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

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

The Oklahoma-made movie "Wild Indian" is previewed by Brett Fieldcamp. He describes it as a "difficult and unflinchingly dark story."
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‘The Room’ star Greg Sestero to bring screening and surprises to OKC

OKC fans can join in the insanity of "The Room" this weekend as Rodeo Cinema hosts a screening of the film + Q&A with Greg Sestero.

‘Annette’ is a strange, compelling, and wholly American modern opera

"Annette" is a film that seems like it’s begging for that cult status and reveling in its own acquired taste.

Rodeo Cinema to host screening and Q&A for legendary concert film

On August 22nd, Rodeo Cinema in the Stockyards will be hosting a FREE public screening of the legendary concert movie, "Stop Making Sense."

‘The Green Knight’ is a surreal, poetic hero’s journey anchored by sincerity

“The Green Knight,” has such stunning beauty and earnest introspection that it may very well be the world’s best-ever Arthurian adaptation.

deadCenter Film Festival now officially in pipeline to Academy Awards

Oklahoma City's deadCenter Film Festival is now an official part of the festival route for filmmakers to the ACADEMY AWARDS®.