22nd Annual Florida Film Festival Open Your Eyes
Each year the Florida Film Festival premieres the best in current, independent, and international cinema. Now in our 22nd year, we invite movie lovers to discover the world waiting for them in the dark. This year’s Festival features more than 170 cutting-edge films, some 100 visiting filmmakers and special guests, and special events you’ll never forget.
HOW TO FESTIVAL!!
COME EARLY AND STAY LATE
We recommend you arrive 45-60 minutes prior to show time to get in line if you want a decent table. Doors will open 30 minutes prior to show time. Will Call tickets will be at Headquarters until the day of the show. The day of the show they will either be at the Enzian Box office or the Regal Ticketing table. Food and drink will be available for purchase from your server in the theater. If you are still hungry or thirsty after come hang out at Eden Bar which offers a full menu of food, beer, wine, & liquor.
Eden Bar Hours are Friday-Saturday 11AM – 2AM and Sunday- Thursday 11AM – 11PM.
GET IN LINE
If you hold a Cinephile, Platinum, or Movie Star Pass you will line up in the lobby. If you have a single ticket, Matinee Pass, or any other kind of badge you will line up under the walkway tent in the single ticket holder line. If the show has reached standby and you are given a standby ticket you will line up in the standby line (see property map).
Enzian Parking is limited but we have arranged for additional parking at Park Maitland School, State Farm, and First Watch. You may save yourself some time just choosing to park there, rather than circling our lot. We also have a super quick back road between Enzian and Regal if you turn left on Magnolia Road leaving the theater then turn right at Sunnyside Dr. That road becomes Denning Dr. and brings you right up behind Regal Winter Park Village (see neighborhood map)
Look for the red VOLUNTEER shirts. They are just waiting for you to ask a question. There is also an info table in the headquarters tent at Enzian and in front of Regal at all times during the Festival.
The Florida Film Festival is going to get a little more cray this year thanks to TheDailyCity.com Lounge. Their lovely lounge will be set up in a tent next to the filmmaker’s check-in and the ticketing headquarters. They’ll have giant colorful comfy chairs for you to relax and chat in, activities to keep you busy, give-aways to eat/wear/re-gift, visitors to listen to and maybe more!