Tagged: deadCenter

Stories and interviews about Oklahoma City’s largest film festival, deadCenter.

She’s the Eldest at deadCenter 2020

Kicking off my coverage of deadCenter 2020 with a filmmaker Q&A session with the team behind the offbeat comedy and family drama, She’s The Eldest. Making its world premiere at deadCenter, this feature film follows three eccentric siblings as they return to their childhood home to reconnect but end up digging up the past of their parents’ mysterious disappearances.

Faces of the 47th

In this deadCenter World Premiere documentary, Faces of the 47th: The Art of Activism follows Sarah Agee as she creates a statewide art installation of 47 public school children portraits to encourage citizens and politicians to vote pro-education. Director Cacky Poarch talks about the film in this deadCenter Q&A session.

Arrows Of Outrageous Fortune at deadCenter

George Arrow bequeaths his estranged son Henry a mansion filled with insane women in Arrows Of Outrageous Fortune, showing at the deadCenter Film Festival. In this deadCenter Q&A session, several team members talk about the film.

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deadCenter 18 Movie Pitches

Here’s the recap video of all the movie pitches with various filmmakers showing movies at the 2018 deadCenter Film Festival that I have been posting on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. In the Movie Pitch series,...

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The Jurassic Games at deadCenter

Every year, 10 of the world’s most lethal death row criminals compete for their freedom in The Jurassic Games, a TV show where contestants must survive against ferocious dinosaurs and each other. The last survivor...

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Rock Paper Scissors at deadCenter

A boy and girl must exchange numbers at an intersection before the light turns green in the short film, Rock Paper Scissors. In this deadCenter Q&A session we hear from Brian Lawes, Aaron Newberry, Amanda...

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The Office Case at deadCenter

Sweeping numerous awards at OKC’s 48 Hour Film Festival, we hear from the filmmaker, Brian Gililland, as he makes the case for why you should see The Office Case in this deadCenter Q&A session. 1....

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Domesti City, OK at deadCenter

A trained and domesticated woman, whose only connections to the outside world is her record collection and the windows of her house, longs to discover aquatic freedom in the short film, Domesti City, OK. In...