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Get in touch with your streaming platforms while theaters are silent

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For the next several weeks cinema coverage at Free Press will focus on streaming services, offering suggestions for people who need a respite.

Benh Zeitlin’s Wendy mires the Lost Boys in muddled storytelling

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While Benh Zeitlin’s Beasts spoke to the erasure of wetlands and life in a cloistered community after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, the move toward more pronounced fantasy renders Wendy as a mere hanging rod for Zeitlin’s tarnished window dressing.

The Hunt plays like a dramatic reading of political Twitter

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Years from now, when Americans seek to understand how the country became so divided in the early 21st century, they will not turn to The Hunt for insight.
OKCine Latino Film Festival 2020

OKCine Latino Film Festival explores both the personal and the political

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The worldwide Latinx film community continues to flourish, and for six years, OKCine Latino Film Festival has offered its enthusiastic support.
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The 6th Annual OKCine Latino Film Festival weekend opens Friday night!

This weekend is the 6th annual OKCine Latino Film Festival in Oklahoma City beginning with a full evening Friday night and continuing Saturday afternoon.
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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.
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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.
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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.

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.

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.