DeadCENTER Film Festival

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The deadCENTER Film Festival was founded in 2001 in Oklahoma City. The festival was named "deadCENTER" because it is located in the exact center of the United States. Although presenting over a hundred films, and an international assemblage of filmmakers, deadCENTER has remained focused on being open to independent local filmmakers.[1]

The festival runs for five days every year in June and has attracted such luminaries as Spike Jonze and Rinko Kikuchi.[2] The deadCENTER was named one of the 20 Coolest Film Festivals of 2010 by MovieMaker Magazine.[3]

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