Sgt. Rob Gallavan joins us on Friday morning to talk about his acting role in Skid and Hollis, two films showing this weekend at the deadCENTER Film Festival.
Night one of deadCENTER Film Festival was a wild one, and included a museum rooftop party, film premieres, eager crowds and even a fist fight between two satanist groups at a documentary premiere about black mass.
Filmed entirely in Oklahoma, Skid is making its Oklahoma premier this week at the deadCENTER Film Festival. The crew from Skid joined Oklahoma Gazette to discuss their film.
When Adam Daniels performed his black mass at Civic Center Music Hall in Oklahoma City last year, a documentary film crew was accompanying him before and during the event.
The envelope is pushed a bit here and there to make more room for all of us.
A combination of death-defying talent and flamboyance drew millions of fans to him while his personal battles with alcohol and anger created a lengthy list of enemies.
Blake Sullivan didn’t consider a job in film at first, but now he has his own production company that revels in it.
Apparently, the late nineteenth century was a realm of indecision.
Beau Jennings and Norman Music Festival (NMF) go together just fine.
Scientific evidence is then minimalized as the discussion is redirected to fallacious, slippery slope arguments.