Oklahoma Today Podcast: April 1

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Lights, camera, podcast! Oklahoma's biggest annual film and movie party is OKC's deadCenter Film Festival, now in its twenty-fourth year. Passes are on sale now for this year's event, which is June 6-9 at various venues near downtown. Cacky Poarch, the festival's founding executive director, joins the show to talk about what people can expect from this year's gathering of the auteurs, including a big scoop on this year's Film Icon Award honorees. 

Also on the show, the editors discuss their favorite places in Oklahoma to see a movie, and a Mad Lib-inspired podvent takes an interesting turn. We hope you enjoy!

The Oklahoma Today Podcast is sponsored by Bravado Wireless.

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Written By
Ben Luschen

Luschen joined the *Oklahoma Today*’ staff as Research Editor in 2021 and currently works as the magazine's Web Editor, managing the website and social media fronts. His past *Oklahoma Today* stories have ranged in content from the state's bee and quail industries to its vibrant art and music scenes. Not adverse to a road trip, Luschen is always on the lookout for the next big adventure. He is never out of opinions about the current state of Oklahoma City Thunder basketball.

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