Arrowing back to deadCenter: Prolific Oklahoma filmmaker Mickey Reece returns to deadCenter with surreal comedy

By Brandy McDonnellFeatures writerbmcdonnell@oklahoman.comWhen Mickey Reece made his deadCenter Film Festival debut two years ago, he bowed with a movie that boasted makeup, costumes and even convincing wigs.
But for the prolific Oklahoma City filmmaker, money is usually no object when it comes to making films.
“It was more of like, ‘We’re bored, we’re not doing anything, why are we sitting around waiting for money to make a movie?Read more on NewsOK.com

By Brandy McDonnell
Features writer
bmcdonnell@oklahoman.com

When Mickey Reece made his deadCenter Film Festival debut two years ago, he bowed with a movie that boasted makeup, costumes and even convincing wigs.

But for the prolific Oklahoma City filmmaker, money is usually no object when it comes to making films.

“It was more of like, ‘We’re bored, we’re not doing anything, why are we sitting around waiting for money to make a movie?
Read more on NewsOK.com

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