Oklahoma film festival round-up

A description of film festivals in Oklahoma.
BY RACHAEL CERVENKA rcervenka@opubco.com Published: June 30, 2013

deadCenter Film Festival

Uniquely named due to its geographic location, deadCenter Film Festival is Oklahoma's largest film festival and also one of the 20 “Coolest” festivals in the world, according to MovieMaker magazine. Located in the heart of downtown Oklahoma City, deadCenter aims to promote and celebrate independent film arts. From humble beginnings in 2001, deadCenter now attracts filmmakers from across the globe. The festival, held annually in June, screens more than 100 independent films over a five-day period in various downtown indoor and outdoor venues.

Trail Dance Film Festival

The Trail Dance Film Festival is an open-genre independent film competition organized by the Southwest Association of Film. The festival, founded in 2006 in Duncan, introduces up-and-coming filmmakers from around the globe to Oklahoma's film industry and provides a forum to showcase films. The 2014 Trail Dance Film Festival is scheduled for Jan. 24-25.

Bare Bones International Film Festival

Bare Bones International Film Festival is an annual event that runs for 11 days at several venues in downtown Muskogee. The festival provides a platform from which to showcase low-budget independent movies locally, regionally and internationally. The festival features narrative and documentary features, short and student films, music videos, animation, TV pilots and more. The 15th annual Bare Bones International Film Festival is scheduled for April 3-13.

Oklahoma Dance Film Festival

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