Let’s do this Norman!

Join the always amazing Fred Jones Museum of Art in Norman and deadCENTER Film Festival as we preview some of our best festival short films this Friday at Art a la CART. All films and art activities that evening are free. Say what?! Yep, it’s free. Stop by and say hello from 6-9pm.

Head over to the Fred Jones Museum of Art website for more info, http://www.ou.edu/fjjma/home.html.

And, as always, stay awesome.

4 Questions: THE TERRIBLE THING OF ALPHA 9

We thought it would be a good idea to help you get to know some of our fantastic filmmakers.  So, borrowing an idea from LA Weekly’s Karina Longworth (the Bernard Pivot to our James Lipton), we submitted four questions to each filmmaker about and themselves and their films.  We’ll be randomly posting as many responses as we can fit in between now and the kick-off.

Today we hear from Jake Armstrong, creator of The Terrible Thing of Alpha 9, which screens a whopping four times as part of the Comedy Shorts and Animation Shorts programs.

1. Tell us about your movie. Give us the reductive, 25-word or less, “It’s like [pop culture reference a] meets [pop culture reference b]!” pitch, then explain what the quick and dirty sell leaves out. Read more…

4 Questions: THE VAN

With just under two weeks left until the 10th deadCENTER extravaganza, we thought it would be a good idea to help you get to know some of our fantastic filmmakers.  So, borrowing an idea from LA Weekly’s Karina Longworth (the Bernard Pivot to our James Lipton), we submitted four questions to each filmmaker about and themselves and their films.  We’ll be randomly posting as many responses as we can fit in between now and the kick-off.

Next up is Jeremy Berger, writer/director of The Van, which screens in our Comedy Shorts program Thursday, June 10th at 6:00pm and Saturday, June 12th at 3:00pm.

1. Tell us about your movie. Give us the reductive, 25-word or less, “It’s like [pop culture reference a] meets [pop culture reference b]!” pitch, then explain what the quick and dirty sell leaves out.

Moby Dick. With Bike Messengers. Read more…

4 Questions: THE ROBBERY

With just over two weeks left until the 10th deadCENTER extravaganza, we thought it would be a good idea to give you the opportunity to get to know some of our fantastic filmmakers.  So, borrowing an idea from LA Weekly’s Karina Longworth (the Bernard Pivot to our James Lipton), we submitted four questions to each filmmaker about and themselves and their films.  We’ll be posting as many responses in random order as we can fit in between now and the kick-off.

First up is Terry Holloway, director of the short film The Robbery, which screens Thursday, June 10th at 6:00pm and Saturday, June 12th at 3pm as part of the Comedy Shorts program.

1. Tell us about your movie. Give us the reductive, 25-word or less, “It’s like [pop culture reference a] meets [pop culture reference b]!” pitch, then explain what the quick and dirty sell leaves out.

My film The Robbery is a short punch to the gut from Oregon. We like bikes and we like beer… so I made a film about it. Read more…

twitter

submit now


submit

follow us

Sign up for dC Newsletter

* = required field