Oklahoma director shows Twitter documentary at deadCENTER

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OKLAHOMA CITY -- Movie director, Bryan Beasley returns to his home state of Oklahoma to showcase a documentary he recently directed at the deadCENTER Film Festival.

“#140Characters” is a documentary short about the power and influence of Twitter.

The film follows four people whose lives were changed because of Twitter:

  • A couple shares the loss of their 17-month-old daughter on Twitter
  • A grilled cheese truck owner, the 3rd most influential Twitter account in LA
  • A Justin Bieber superfan connects with Biebs on Twitter
  • A bi-coastal love affair established on Twitter

NewsChannel 4's Ali Meyer talks with Beasley about deadCENTER and the film.

#140characters is Beasley's second film to be show at Oklahoma City's premier movie festival.

Here's more information about deadCENTER Film Festival. 

Check out the movie trailer for #140characters:

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