The Florida Film Festival took root 25 years ago in an art movie house named after an Alpine flower. The story of how it became a crowd pleaser is one of family ties and a dedication to goodness over glitz.
A peek at some of the films being featured at the 25th annual Florida Film Festival.
Bob Kealing’s Tupperware-themed book heads for the big screen.
Patience pays off for UCF professor Pat Rushin, as director Terry Gilliam transforms his futuristic novella into The Zero Theorem.
Fifteen years ago, five Orlando filmmakers took to the woods, scared the living daylights out of us—and changed movies forever.
A new film shot in Central Florida explores the early struggles of Walt Disney as animator, before Mickey and magic gained a foothold.