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Enzian announces rescheduled dates for Florida Film Festival

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Enzian Theater (Facebook | Website) has announced a rescheduled date for its 29th Annual Florida Film Festival, which was originally scheduled for April but was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The festival will now occur August 7-20, 2020 with added virtual components as well.

“We are excited to announce that we have been able to retain over 90% of the original festival lineup. In addition, we are also able to bring in some outstanding new films that were previously unavailable in April,”

– Matthew Curtis,
Programming Director

The full festival lineup, which includes short films, documentaries, narrative features, and international films, will be announced on Wednesday, July 15. The Florida Film Festival is an Oscar-qualifying festival in all three short film categories – Live Action, Animation, and Documentary, with the winner of each category automatically qualifying to enter the following year’s Academy Awards.

Seating for the festival will be limited if the current 50 percent capacity regulation is still in place by the time of the event and all seating has currently been distanced per CDC regulations.

Follow Florida Film Festival HERE for more updated information as the event approaches.

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Enzian Theater (Facebook | Website) has announced a rescheduled date for its 29th Annual Florida Film Festival, which was originally scheduled for April but was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The festival will now occur August 7-20, 2020 with added virtual components as well.

“We are excited to announce that we have been able to retain over 90% of the original festival lineup. In addition, we are also able to bring in some outstanding new films that were previously unavailable in April,”

– Matthew Curtis,
Programming Director

The full festival lineup, which includes short films, documentaries, narrative features, and international films, will be announced on Wednesday, July 15. The Florida Film Festival is an Oscar-qualifying festival in all three short film categories – Live Action, Animation, and Documentary, with the winner of each category automatically qualifying to enter the following year’s Academy Awards.

Seating for the festival will be limited if the current 50 percent capacity regulation is still in place by the time of the event and all seating has currently been distanced per CDC regulations.

Follow Florida Film Festival HERE for more updated information as the event approaches.