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Catch a New Flick in Downtown OKC this Weekend

Filed by Michael Cross in Art & Life, Feature, Local News, News.
June 5, 2012
 

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Downtown Oklahoma City is welcoming the state’s largest film festival which will include several independent features and short pictures as well as a few stars.

The Dead Center Film festival kicks off Wednesday night with an outdoor event and runs all the way through Sunday.

An all access pass costs $125 or $10 for each individual screening.

You can get more information and check out the schedule of the weekend show times at DeadCenterFilm.org

 

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