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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...

It’s here! 2021 deadCenter Film Festival is in-person, online, virtual

For the 21st annual deadCenter Film Festival, Executive Director Alyx Picard Davis is building on lessons from last year’s event.
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deadCenter Film launches online courses for students 6-8 grades

A new self-paced program for students 6th - 8th grade is being launched by deadCenter Film as it expands year-round offerings.

Familiar leader back in as interim executive director for deadCenter Film

Cacky Poarch is back as the interim executive director of deadCenter Film Festival as basics of the 2022 Festival emerge.
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deadCenter roundups: Test Pattern, Feeling Through and Billie

Oklahoma City Free Press will feature three films from the deadCenter Film Festival each day: a feature-length narrative film, short film, and documentary.
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“Revival” director, performers explain process of music video production

Reagan Elkins' skillful filmmaking coupled with Maggie McClure and Shane Henry's musical and acting skills came together to get the story told well.
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deadCenter Film Festival short films reveal new wave of Oklahoma talent

Movie goers from across Oklahoma eagerly arrived at Rodeo Cinema Saturday to view deadCenter Film Festival short films in person.
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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...

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.
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Alyx Picard Davis chosen to take helm of deadCenter Film in July

deadCenter Film, the nonprofit best known for deadCenter Film Festival (dCFF) in Oklahoma City, has chosen Alyx Picard Davis as the next Executive Director.