Oklahoma Cine Latino Film Festival

Submissions to the 9th annual Oklahoma Cine Latino Film Festival, taking place March 3-5, 2023, are now open. The Oklahoma Cine Latino Film Festival promotes the Latino Cultural impact on Cinema in the United States focusing on a unique mix of filmmakers, artists, film lovers and history at the heart of the Hispanic Community at Historic Capitol Hill. Regular deadline: December 15, 2022 Final deadline: January 15, 2023 For details and to apply, visit Film… Continue Reading Oklahoma Cine Latino Film Festival

OKCU – High School Film Festival

Oklahoma City University invites high school students to submit their best work in narrative, documentary, animation, or experimental filmmaking to their annual High School Film Festival, taking place January 15, 2023. Selected films will be screened at the newly restored Rodeo Cinema in Oklahoma City. Jury prizes in cash and scholarships will be awarded. Deadline: December 15, 2022 For details and to apply, visit Film Freeway.

Wide Open Experimental Film Festival

Wide Open Experimental Film Festival (W.O.E.F.F.) is a festival organized by the Film Department at Oklahoma City University. Inspired by Oklahoma’s wide-open landscape, WOEFF wants to showcase experimental films that will open peoples’ eyes to the alternative forms, structures and styles of film. Be Risky! Think outside the box! We want films that break boundaries and challenge the traditional perception of film. WHAT TYPES OF FILMS CAN BE SUBMITTED? The festival’s primary goal is to… Continue Reading Wide Open Experimental Film Festival

deadCenter Film Festival

In its 23rd year, the deadCENTER film festival is Oklahoma’s largest and most celebrated film festival. The fest has been named one of the “20 Coolest Film Festivals” and “Top 50 Festivals Worth the Entry Fee” by MovieMaker Magazine. In 2020, deadCENTER was celebrated by Smithsonian Magazine as “One of Eight Festivals Worth Attending (Virtually).” Designated as an Academy Award®-Qualifying Festival for animated and live action shorts, the deadCenter Film Festival boasts an impressive slate… Continue Reading deadCenter Film Festival

Simply Indie Film Fest

Simply Indie Film Fest is now accepting applications for their third annual event, taking place in Edmond, OK, March 2-4, 2023. New this year is a SHORTS FEST! Short films 40 mins or less and screenplays 40 pages or less are invited to submit! FILMS: Must NOT be readily available to the public via Vimeo, YouTube etc. If you have made your film public it will be disqualified from competition. Selected entries must send festival… Continue Reading Simply Indie Film Fest

Tonkawa Film Festival

Nestled in the heart of farming country in North Central Oklahoma is the small town of Tonkawa. First settled by the Tonkawa Indian tribe in 1884 at a time when numerous tribes from across the country were being sent to what at the time was Indian Territory. Oklahoma later became a state in 1907. In 1921 oil was found in an area just south of Tonkawa later named ‘Three Sands’, making millionaires overnight as it… Continue Reading Tonkawa Film Festival

Sunny Side Up Film Festival

Sunny Side Up Film Festival is an international film festival, taking place March 24-26, 2023 featuring a family fun weekend and a film festival competition held in the beautiful iconic Coleman Theatre in Miami, Oklahoma! Located on Route 66 and nestled in the four state area of Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri & Oklahoma! The Coleman Theatre is a beacon for tourists from around the world! Sunny Side Up Film Festival is a competitive event for filmmakers,… Continue Reading Sunny Side Up Film Festival

Tulsa County Film Recovery Program

The Tulsa Office of Film, Music, Arts & Culture (Tulsa FMAC) created the Tulsa County Film Recovery Program (“Film Tulsa Fund”) to focus on the goal of driving an economic boost through film production and providing education to Tulsa County’s film industry while growing the workforce. This program addresses the negative economic impact on Tulsa’s film industry caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The proposal was passed by the Tulsa County Commissioners for allocation of Tulsa… Continue Reading Tulsa County Film Recovery Program

Rural Arts Opportunity Grants – Oklahoma Arts Council

To ensure all Oklahomans have access to the arts, Rural Arts Opportunity Grants are available to organizations in select rural counties. The grant program represents a strategic investment by the Oklahoma Arts Council to advance state goals related to economic development, education, and quality of life. Grants are available to support capacity building and professional development activities, and learning-based or audience-based arts programs. The program was developed through allocated funds from the Oklahoma State Legislature… Continue Reading Rural Arts Opportunity Grants – Oklahoma Arts Council

Roy W. Dean Grant

Founded in 1993 by From the Heart Productions, the Roy W. Dean Grant is awarded to filmmakers with unique films that contribute to society.  It is open to indie filmmakers and students with documentaries, features, short films and web series budgeted under $500K. Every filmmaker that applies receives a free consultation on their project. The $3,500 cash prize is supplemented by donations such as a hard drive from G-technology, $1,295.00 scholarship to Writers Boot Camp,… Continue Reading Roy W. Dean Grant

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