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Three rebate films selected for deadCenter Festival.

Byline: Journal Record Staff

OKLAHOMA CITY Three productions that used the Oklahoma Film Enhancement Rebate Program were among 140 films selected for the deadCenter Film Festival in Oklahoma City.

The three films are The Bygone, Hosea and Trolls: Stop Motion.

The Bygones was written and directed by Oklahomans Graham and Parker Phillips. The film, which celebrates its world premiere at deadCenter, was produced in Oklahoma in November 2017 and filmed throughout the state at a number of locations, including Alabaster Caverns State Park.

Hosea is Ryan Daniel Dobson's debut feature. Dobson is a graduate of Southern Nazarene University in Bethany. The film was produced in Oklahoma City last year.

Filmmaker Kyle Roberts of Reckless Abandonment Pictures will present a virtual reality experience based on DreamWorks' Trolls: Stop Motion animated series. Roberts produced the streaming series for DreamWorks in Oklahoma City.

The Oklahoma Film Enhancement Rebate Program is administered by the Oklahoma Film + Music Office, of the Oklahoma Department of Tourism and Recreation.

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Publication:Journal Record (Oklahoma City, OK)
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Date:May 23, 2019
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