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The Oklahoma City area is home to a handful of world-class film festivals.  Along with a diverse roster of screenings, each festival offers a conference aspect with a variety of panels featuring prominent industry figures.
If you are interested in attending, submitting your film, or volunteering, each festival provides information via the links below.


The deadCenter Film Festival is the largest film festival in Oklahoma. According to MovieMaker Magazine, it is one of the “Top 50 Festivals Worth the Entry Fee” and one of the “Top 20 Coolest Film Festivals in the World.”

Attendees of the festival get to experience the latest film productions from full-length features and documentaries to short films, horror movies, comedies, and other films that are made within Oklahoma and around the world.

Check the festival’s website for more information.


The Native Crossroads Film Festival is a unique film symposium that serves to shine a light on issues that affect Native Americans.  It takes place each spring on the University of Oklahoma campus in Norman.

Festival participants include academic professionals, media creators, representatives from tribal organizations and members of the local and international film community.

Discussions center around themes and topics impacting Indigenous communities locally and around the world.

Check the festival’s website for more information.


The Norman Film Festival is a two-day event in downtown Norman showcasing the best of international, regional, and local films.  It also hosts industry panel discussions, tech demos, and hands-on workshops.

Begin in 2016, the festival promotes the filmmaking scene in Oklahoma. It is free to attend.

Check the festival’s website for more information.

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