Florida Film Festival 2013 Starts Friday

The 2013 Florida Film Festival, sponsored by Full Sail University, announced that a record-breaking 170 films representing 23 countries were selected from over 1500 entries. Of the 170 films, 143 are having their Florida premiere (or higher) at the Festival. There will be 22 World premieres, 4 North American premieres, 4 US premieres, 40 East Coast premieres, and 49 Southeast premieres. This year’s Festival runs April 5-14, 2013 and is located in Central Florida. 

2013 Florida Film Festival locations: Enzian Theater, Regal Winter Park Village, Garden Theatre, Central Park, The Copper Rocket Pub, RanGetsu, Eden BarCask and Larder and Rick’s Speakeasy (Pssst! The password is: Revel 22)

Tickets: Single tickets are between $9-$11 (depending on the film). Packages range from $50-$180. All film tickets may be purchased Online, at the Box Office or via Phone.

Parking: Enzian Theater (1300 S. Orlando Ave, Maitland, FL 32751), additional parking across the street at State Farm and First Watch. CLICK HERE for parking map.

Among the Florida made films are winning selections from Enzian FilmSlam who later advanced to the 2012 Brouhaha Film & Video Showcase;

Florida Film Festival also welcomes back Florida filmmakers and film alumnus:

This year’s forums for filmmakers:

Special Guests this year include:

And for all the foodies out there, who may or may not be filmmakers, check out FFF’s Film and Food Celebration page! FREE receptions open to the public include:

If you want to talk about a particular film you loved/hated/made at the FFF, or just want to reflect on your experiences in general on-camera, find us and we’ll chat!

About the Florida Film Festival: The Florida Film Festival is the premier showcase in Central Florida for American independent and international film. Celebrating its 22nd anniversary, the Festival debuted in 1992 and is a core program of ENZIAN, a nonprofit cultural organization founded in 1985. ENZIAN and the Florida Film Festival have served more than 1.5 million guests and hosted hundreds of notable celebrities including Paul Newman, Christopher Walken, Oliver Stone, Glenn Close, John Waters, Emma Stone, Campbell Scott, James Caan, Ed Burns, Jason Lee, GenaRowlands, William H. Macy, Jon Voight, Barry Levinson, and Edward James Olmos. The Festival is funded in part by national and local businesses including Primary Sponsor Full Sail University and receives support from United Arts of Central Florida and the State of Florida, Department of the State, Division of Cultural Affairs, the Florida Council on Arts and Culture, National Endowment for the Arts, and Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences. In addition, this project is funded in part by Orange County Government through the Arts & Cultural Affairs Program.
 
For Additional information:
www.floridafilmfestival.com
www.facebook.com/floridafilmfestival
Twitter: @FloridaFilmFest
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About jenvargas

Multimedia Producer. Social Media Advocate. Filmmaker. Volunteer. I am the Producer and Host of the monthly Florida filmmaker screening series, FilmSlam at Enzian Theater, and Managing Editor of one of Central Florida's oldest, most trusted websites, the award-winning CentralFloridaTop5.com! I am also a proud committee member of the American Cancer Society's Relay For Life and Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, a member of the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer's Florida State Advisory Committee, Orlando Tech Association Marketing Committee, Valencia College's Digital Media Advisory Board, as well as on several Film Florida committees. Additionally, I am a Google #GlassExplorer, techie, purple lover and #caregiver. View all posts by jenvargas

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