Oklahoma LGBTQ+ story premiering at deadCenter Film Festival

By Kaelan DeeseStaff writerKDeese@oklahoman.comThis year's annual deadCenter Film Festival will showcase an Oklahoma independent film about a true LGBTQ+ story.
"The Stand-in" is a short film that is written, directed and produced by Oklahoma filmmaker Yousef Kazemi.
With a run-time of about 18 minutes, the film focuses on the story of Kazemi's best friend Josh Lindsey's conflict when his mother refuses to attend his wedding.
"I wanted to cover a story that was personal to me, but also one that happens all-too-often in the LGTBQ+ community," Kazemi said.Read more on NewsOK.com

By Kaelan Deese
Staff writer
KDeese@oklahoman.com

This year's annual deadCenter Film Festival will showcase an Oklahoma independent film about a true LGBTQ+ story.

"The Stand-in" is a short film that is written, directed and produced by Oklahoma filmmaker Yousef Kazemi.

With a run-time of about 18 minutes, the film focuses on the story of Kazemi's best friend Josh Lindsey's conflict when his mother refuses to attend his wedding.

"I wanted to cover a story that was personal to me, but also one that happens all-too-often in the LGTBQ+ community," Kazemi said.
Read more on NewsOK.com

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