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deadCenter Film Festival 20 will honor Oklahomans with four ICON awards

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.
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deadCenter roundup, day 5: GetAWAY, 1717 Primrose and Bastards’ Road

Today’s roundup focuses on director Blayne Weaver’s revisionist slasher film GetAWAY, Jacob Snovel and Brooks Hall’s 1717 Primrose and Bastards’ Road.
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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®.
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Five short films worth long looks at this year’s deadCenter Film Festival

Short films, like short stories, can be the entry to longer form works for aspiring feature filmmakers or their preferred medium.
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Torch passed from McDaniel to Picard Davis at 20th deadCenter Film Fest

The 20th annual deadCenter Film Festival finished its first successful run at moving its content completely online and passed the torch of leadership.
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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.

Five features worth focusing on at this year’s deadCenter Film Festival

Each year, deadCenter Film Festival pushes the boundaries and promotes the kind of daring, innovative filmmaking that will shape the future of cinema.
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deadCenter Film Fest brings Black Lives Matter doc to virtual screens Sat

7 p.m. Sat, deadCenter’s virtual screening of the doc "Unapologetic" will serve as FFA’s capstone event for FilmEx, a virtual conference.

deadCenter focused on education, inclusivity in first Oscar qualifying year

Few arts or entertainment institutions in Oklahoma have the clout and staying power of the deadCenter Film Festival.

deadCenter Film Festival to go online, extend to 11 days in June

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.