Tulsa, Oklahoma 2021-06-10 08:58:25 –
Tulsa, Oklahoma — Get ready for popcorn! The 21st deadCenter Film Festival will begin on Thursday in Oklahoma City. The festival brings together national and Oklahoma films and filmmakers.
The festival will be held at OKC, but this year anyone can enjoy independent films from the living room.
This is also the first year that people can buy an “all-access” virtual pass and watch 180 independent films remotely. The event will feature dozens of films written, produced and screened by Oklahomance.
The deadCenter Film Festival takes place after a challenging year for big and small filmmakers. At the height of last year’s pandemic, most of the works around the world were closed. However, festival organizers say the film industry is making a big comeback, especially in Oklahoma.
“I think it’s a well-known fact that the film industry here in Oklahoma is exploding now. We’re all celebrating the work of filmmakers and keeping them here. I We want them to work here and with an influx of work that makes it much easier to move from project to project without having to look outside the state, “said Alyx Picard Davis, Executive Director. ..
Senate Bill 608 It seems to be gaining momentum in the Oklahoma film industry. Governor Kevin Stitt signed the bill in May, granting out-of-state filmmakers $ 30 million in tax incentives aimed at creating a stronger film industry in the state.
SB 608 is welcome news for Oklahoma City-based actors Trihartley and Garrett Davis. They helped write and produce the films featured at this weekend’s festival.The movie is called Stick out up It will premiere at OKC’s Rodeo Cinema on June 12th at 6pm.
“It’s very satisfying to see this movie and many other movies appearing in the dead Center, and after a year of such turbulent trials, it’s almost catharsis,” Davis said. It was.
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