The former Green Pastures Elementary School will be converted into a film and television academy and film studio to meet the growing needs and economic development of the Oklahoma entertainment industry.
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We also share a a moment of commiseration over the departure of OKCís favorite adopted son, Russell Westbrook, Floating Films, the relaunch of abetterlifeokc.com and an interview with Tower Theatre's Chad Whitehead.
Nothing symbolizes the arrival of summer in OKC quite like the opening of the deadCenter film festival.
Held May 9-11 at Oklahoma Contemporaryís Fairgrounds location, SEEN/UNSEEN will immerse audiences in a curated selection of nearly 40 experimental films, ranging from the early works of groundbreaking filmmakers Sara Kathryn Arledge, Maya Deren and Stan Brakhage to current works by established and emerging artists.
Filming in OKC isnít just fun, but also has several benefits for both filmmakers and residents.
You can help bring art to OKC through Allied Arts' 2019 campaign.