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Students from Putnam City High School gather around deadCenter Film Festival executive director Lance McDaniel for instruction. McDaniel has been involved in deadCenter’s education efforts since 2011. | Photo deadCenter Film Festival / provided

deadCenter Film Festival’s engaging high-school education program spans the state

deadCenter Film Festival’s engaging high-school education program spans the state

deadCenter brings its program to around 30 high schools each year, from inner Oklahoma City to rural Guymon and Durant.

The silent short film classic Un Chien Andalou helps kick off [Artspace] at Untitled’s 40 Minutes or Less series. | Photo provided

[Artspace] at Untitled and OKC Film Society debut their free short film series with a night of surrealism

The inaugural event begins 6 p.m. Thursday at the downtown art gallery. Untitled will hold its 40 Minutes or Less screening once every other month.

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Oklahoma Gazette breaks down the best in film in 2017

The past 12 months have been a memorable time for local and national film.

from left David Lynch and Harry Dean Stanton star in Lucky, which screens at Sooner Theatre as part of the first Norman Film Festival. (Norman Film Festival / provided)

Norman Film Festival prepares to make its introduction to the city’s crowded art community

The inaugural festival runs noon-11 p.m. Saturday at several venues across downtown Norman.

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Cover Story: The Jones Assembly is a cornerstone for burgeoning Film Row district

“We all pulled different elements of places, restaurants, bars and music venues that we’d seen around this country and international,” Colton told Oklahoma Gazette. “Never was there something with all-in-one. It was a challenge and an opportunity, with a big bet made on Oklahoma City.”


Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally talk Oklahoma and deadCenter Film Festival with Oklahoma Gazette

Mullally was raised in the Oklahoma City area and is a graduate of Casady School.


Filmmaker Mike Mitchell receives deadCenter Film Festival award

It all began in Oklahoma City’s northwest suburbs in the 1980s. Mike Mitchell had a Mongoose bike, an 8mm camera and several buddies. Perhaps more importantly, he had imagination. “We went all over to creeks and on the back roads,” Mitchell recalled during a recent Oklahoma Gazette interview. “At that time, you didn’t have to


Far Western shows Japan’s country music and bluegrass scenes at deadCenter Film Festival

The documentary screens 7 p.m. Saturday and 12:30 Sunday at Harkins Theatres Bricktown 16.

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