Lindy Shanbour loves people, his employees and the movie business. He gets to interact with all three every night through the summer as he runs Winchester Drive-In, 6930 S. Western Ave., a busy place in the midst of celebrating its 47th anniversary. Shanbour, who owns the Winchester, still cannot imagine dropping out of this type…
Earlier this month, Oklahoma native and acclaimed film director Brent Ryan Green debuted an in-the-works sneak peek of his upcoming sci-fi adventure film The Veil at deadCENTER Film Festival. The fest celebrated its 15th year as Green celebrated having so many of his films screened at deadCENTER through the years. Green said he scouted locations…
Filmmaker Kyle Roberts will be at Farmers Public Market to show a free viewing of his first film.
7 Chinese Brothers highlights our basic needs for attention and human connection.
Ezra Gentle grew up in southern Africa as the son of missionary parents. But it was his time in the Oklahoma panhandle as a young adult, behind the lens of a camera, that caused him to find God. “I had sort of lost my faith in a sense before I started making this film,” said…
Whether taking a break from this week’s festivities or relaxing, keep this list close and binge-watch these LGBT-themed films.
Filmmaker Brent Ryan Green discusses “The Veil,” which he is previewing parts of on Sunday at the deadCENTER Film Festival.
Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett visited with Oklahoma Gazette about his documentary and to talk about the success of the deadCENTER Film Festival.
Ezra Gentle of “Lone Man’s Land” and Marc Dunham of “Course of Food” speak with Oklahoma Gazette about their Oklahoma-based documentaries premiering Saturday at the deadCENTER Film Festival.
Bob Berney, CEO of Picturehouse, is at deadCENTER for the screening of his latest film, Gloria.