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deadCenter Film Festival Begins June 8, Serves As Oklahoma’s Largest Film Festival

The film festival will feature 16 documentaries, 11 narrative features, 29 short animations, 18 documentary shorts, 67 live action shorts, 12 music videos, and three Indigenous features among many other films.

Oklahoma’s largest film festival is scheduled for June 8-11 and will feature close to 200 films shown at locations throughout the city.

The four-day festival has been named one of MovieMaker Magazine’s “20 Coolest Film Festivals” and Film Freeway’s “Top 100 Best Reviewed Festivals,” and it typically surpasses 10% growth year after year. 

See this year’s schedule.

Go through this year’s Film Guide.

Information on festival passes. 

The festival has about a $5.5 million economic impact every year drawing about 30,000 people in attendance most years. 

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