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Manhattan Short Film Fest Heading to O’town

Manhattan Short Film Fest Heading to O'town

One World, One Week, One Festival–You Be the Judge! And judge we shall on September 26 at 6:30 PM as Enzian joins over 100 cinemas across Europe, North, South and Central America in screening an outstanding international collection of shorts under the moniker, “The 10th Annual Manhattan Short Film Festival.” 12 finalists have been selected for the program from 456 entries from 33 countries, and what’s even more exciting is that only one of them has previously screened at Enzian–Craig Rosenthal’s THE TRAINEE from Singapore, which was a hit in this year’s International Showcase in the 2007 Florida Film Festival. Audience members will be asked to vote for their favorite, and the winner is to be announced on Sunday, September 30 in Union Square Park in NYC.

The recently announced lineup includes: Sonja Jasansky’s LINES (USA); Susan Jacobson and Eric Boden’s ONE HUNDRETH OF A SECOND (UK); Florian Ross’ CLOONEY (Germany); Tom Harper’s CHERRIES (UK); John Raskin’s I MET THE WALRUS (Canada); Shefy Malek’s BORIS’S COMPLETE BOOK OF RULES (Israel); Hugo Sanz’ THE PRESTIDIGITADOR (Spain); Simon Ellis’ SOFT (UK); the aforementioned THE TRAINEE; Diego Quemeda-Diez’ I WANT TO BE A PILOT (Kenya); Rachel Turk’s FEELING LONELY (Australia), and Sam Donovan’s KING PONCE (UK).

That’s 12 films from 9 different countries–nearly 2 hours of extraordinary short works from all over the world for a $9 ticket! And not only is Enzian and Orlando one of only 3 Florida venues to host the event during the week of September 23 – 30 (Key West and Jacksonville being the others), but ticket buyers get to participate and have a say in the Audience Award winner as well. Sounds like another special evening at Enzian…


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