Art House Project Sundance Shorts Hit Enzian

by Matthew Curtis
November 26, 2007 11:01 AM
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As one of the dozen theaters nationwide that comprise the Art House Project--the group of alternative cinemas committed to building audiences for independent film at the local level that formed as part of the Sundance Institute's 25th anniversary celebration back in 2006--Enzian will be screening a specially selected series of short films from the 2007 Sundance Film Festival on Tuesday night the 27th at 9:45 PM only.

This outstanding collection of films is really the cream of the crop, and includes: Ray Tintori's DEATH TO THE TIN MAN (2007 Sundance FF Honorable Mention-Short Filmmaking Award), Jenifer Malmqvist's PEACE TALK, Caran Hartsfield's KING, Fellipe Gamarano Barbosa's SALT KISS, Brian Cassidy and Melanie Shatzky's GOD PROVIDES, Don Hertzfeldt's EVERYTHING WILL BE OK (2007 Florida Film Festival Grand Jury Award-Best Animated Short), and Sophie Barthes' HAPPINESS (Montreal World Film Festival First Prize (Short Films) Nominee).

Yes, some of these did indeed already play in town during the 2007 Florida Film Festival last spring. But believe me when I tell you that the four that didn't are all excellent, and you won't have a better opportunity to see such a stellar group of films for only $5. So come out and see some great films and support Enzian, the Sundance Institute, and indie filmmaking--you'll be glad you did!


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  • Brian Feldman | November 27, 2007 4:53 AMReply

    Is there any truth to the rumor that the kitchen'll be serving a special menu item of short stack pancakes during tonight's "2007 Sundance Institute Art House Project Shorts Program Featuring Seven Films Each Varying In Length From Between Nine And Eighteen Minutes?"