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The deadCenter 2019 film festival has finally arrived and we are kicking off our coverage with a filmmaker interview on one of the festival’s most anticipated curiosities.
Award-winning independent Oklahoma filmmaker Mickey Reece rejoins The Cinematic Schematic to talk about his new movie Arrows of Outrageous Fortune playing at this weekend’s 2019 deadCenter Film Festival in downtown Oklahoma City. Reece is also joined by Oklahoma City comedian turned star, Alex Sanchez.
The official synopsis for Arrows of Outrageous Fortune reads:
George Arrow bequeaths his only son, Henry, a mansion filled with insane women.
Reece and Sanchez talk about how the idea for the film came about before delving into the story’s influences and methodology. Sanchez elaborates on how he balanced his personal brand of humor with the movie’s dramatic opening scenes. Listen to the full interview to get a taste of what you can expect to see in Reece and Sanchez’s treat to this year’s deadCenter attendees.
Stay tuned to thecinematropolis.com for more reviews, interviews, and 2019 deadCenter festival insights! The easiest way to get quick updates is to subscribe to The Cinematic Schematic podcast or following us on Facebook or Twitter @thecinematrop.
Guest: Mickey Reece
Arrows of Outrageous Fortune writer/director
Guest: Alex Sanchez
Stars as Henry Arrow
Follow Alex on Twitter @SeriousSanchez
When and Where to Watch Arrows of Outrageous Fortune
deadCenter 2019 – Thu, Jun 6th, 5:30 PM @ Devon Energy Theater at Harkins Bricktown Cinema
deadCenter 2019 – Sat, Jun 8th, 7:15 PM @ Devon Energy Theater at Harkins Bricktown Cinema
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