deadCenter brings its program to around 30 high schools each year, from inner Oklahoma City to rural Guymon and Durant.
The film makes its world premiere 7 p.m. Jan. 18 at Tower Theatre.
The past 12 months have been a memorable time for local and national film.
Tower Theatre goes back to its roots and hopes to become a beacon of classic and independent films.
P.29 Holidays get crazy-busy, and one of the worst feelings of the season is that sense that we forgot something. Thanks to Holiday Cheer, the important meals, events, performances and shopping opportunities get bundled up like kids on Christmas morning, taking some guess-work out of the most wonderful time of the year. By Gazette staff…
It took the movie’s expansive team of artists as many as 10 days to paint the frames for just one second of film.
A local filmmaker brings in The Harvesters but faces challenges taking it to market.
A Chickasaw Nation-produced film about Oklahoma storyteller Te Ata gets a national release.
The inaugural festival runs noon-11 p.m. Saturday at several venues across downtown Norman.
A series at Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum shines light on the ‘modern’ West.