For a great summary of the increasingly very, very cool film festival, go here.
It really is amazing to think how far this festival has come in a few short years. It was an obscure gathering, at best, and I don’t think many people knew it existed when it first started (2001 I think). But since it moved downtown, it’s developed its vibe, traditions and quirks. The viewing out on the lawn at NW 4 and E.K. Gaylord is especially nice, and I’m not sure that site will be easily replaced if it’s ever turned into the home of the Greater OKC Chamber.
To all those who made deadCENTER what it is today – thank you. What you’re accomplishing is as important, in my mind, as any of the brick and mortor projects completed with MAPS. Yes, I really mean that.