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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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Artists say being back at Arts Festival ‘feels great!’ – ‘kind of emotional’

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The first day of the Festival of the Arts had eager throngs of visitors who were ready for the festival's return.
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Rodeo Cinema expansion to Film Row captures past, points to future

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Rodeo Cinema held the grand opening for its second theater at The Paramount building in historic Film Row near downtown Oklahoma City.
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Ribbon cut on Rodeo Cinema Film Row – Grand opening Friday night

The ribbon has been cut for Rodeo Cinema's additional new location at the Paramount on Film Row and the Grand Opening is Friday night.
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deadCenter Film Festival Awards Show cites best of the best

The very best of 16 categories of films were recognized for their excellence at the Awards Show for deadCenter Film Festival.
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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.

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

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For the 21st annual deadCenter Film Festival, Executive Director Alyx Picard Davis is building on lessons from last year’s event.

Five see-worthy shorts at the 2021 deadCenter Film Festival

As in past years, the 21st annual deadCenter Film Festival delivers a trove of spectacular short films as part of its roster.
Paseo First Friday

Crowds reveal ‘new lease on life’ at The Paseo’s First Friday

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Galleries threw open their doors this weekend as the growing number of artsy Oklahoma City residents descended on the Paseo Arts District.

Five must-see features at the 2021 deadCenter Film Festival

Now in its 21st year, deadCenter Film Festival consistently presents films that greatly expand the vocabulary of cinema.