Filmmaker Luiz Fernando Schultz documented the late-night bar scene in 90s Orlando, firsthand, and it was screened at the Florida Film Festival in 1998. It follows local DJ Remark (Mark Snyder), during a nostalgic time in Orlando’s dance music golden age.

In 1997, the City of Orlando passed a late-night curfew, that would force bars and clubs to close at 3 a.m., called the “Rave Ordinance,” as shown HERE in an article by MTV. At the time, Orlando had an internationally recognized House music scene.



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