By Matthew Curtis | Enzian Theater February 11, 2006 at 5:03AM
You would think that as Florida Film Festival preparations get more intense and the pressure builds to get both the schedule and programming locked and ready to go, Enzian activity might slow down a bit. In fact it's been just the opposite! In the couple of weeks since we've been back from Park City, our humble little art house has continued its record-breaking run of BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN; hosted filmmaker Shola Lynch and her documentary CHISHOLM '72: UNBOUGHT AND UNBOSSED as part of the annual Zora! Festival; presented STAND BY ME as part of the Sundance Channel Film Series; hosted writer Tobias Wolfe and the film THIS BOY'S LIFE as part of the Rollins College "Winter With the Writers" program; kicked off the 11-day Central Florida festival of the arts known as "Artsfest" with a Popcorn Flick in the park, free outdoor screening of THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT; and presented a free matinee screening of the 35mm, 3-hour plus "Director's Cut" of Milos Forman's AMADEUS for Artsfest as well. I am constantly amazed at what a single screen, a great staff, and a passionate audience can accomplish.