Wednesday, October 28, 2009
Thursday, October 22, 2009
Check out a number of cool events Enzian is hosting this spooky season. UCF student discounts are available on most events at Enzian and if you haven't been to the new Eden Bar you have to check it out!
Great opportunity for undergrads and MFAs!
The Toronto International Film Festival ranks among the most prestigious
international film festivals in the world. For ten days, film lovers,
filmmakers, industry professionals and media watch the best in new
cinema from established masters and new talent. This September, Chris
Blanc, GM for Enzian and the Florida Film Festival spent a week at TiFF
navigating his way through over 30 films, its forums, panels, and
parties on very little sleep. Chris will be present before Enzian's
Movie Club discussion on Horror Movies to discuss his experience at TiFF
2009. Chris will also take questions and give advice to film students
and indie filmmakers interested in learning more about submitting to and
exhibiting at film festivals.
Thursday, October 29 at 6:30
Eden Bar at Enzian Theater
For more information, visit Enzian.org
Guys, this one is a classic! Definitely check it out if you've never seen this movie.
Halloween weekend, Enzian will screen a compilation of classic horror
films that defined the genre, outdoors at Eden Bar for FREE. Then,
don't miss two midnight 16mm screenings of NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD on
the big screen.
Outdoor Screening Schedule:
FRI Oct. 30 - THE CABINET OF DR. CALIGARI (1920) - 7PM
THE SATANIC RITES OF DRACULA (1973) - 8:30PM
HOSUE ON HAUNTED HILL (1959) - 10PM
SAT Oct. 31 - NOSFERATU (1922) - 7PM
CARNIVAL OF SOULS (1962) - 8:30PM
DRACULA (1931) - 10PM
For more information or to purchase tickets to NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD,
Coen Brother's A SERIOUS MAN Opens Friday Exclusively at Enzian
Guys, check this film out. It's supposed to be great!
The latest from Academy Award-winning writer/directors Joel and Ethan
Coen, A Serious Man opens Enzian exclusively this Friday, October 23.
Imaginatively exploring questions of faith, familial responsibility,
delinquent behavior, dental phenomena, academia, mortality, and Judaism
- and intersections thereof - A SERIOUS MAN is the story of an ordinary
man's search for clarity in a universe where Jefferson Airplane is on
the radio and F-Troop is on TV.
Take advantage of your UCF student discount on tickets.
To view the trailer or to purchase tickets, visit Enzian.org
Thursday, October 15, 2009
The UCF Film Club and
Cinemateque present the first
American Directors Marathon, a
weekend-long retrospective of
the classic films of
The purpose of the event
is to introduce
students to great films and
filmmakers that have
influenced and inspired
all over the
world, and in doing so inform and inspire their own work as filmmakers. The inaugural marathon
will focus on the
films of extraordinary master
storyteller and craftsman William
Wyler, the most Academy
Award-honored director in history, whose monumental films covered a variety of genres and have endured as film classics to this day.
The event will take place Friday/Saturday/Sunday -- October 23/24/25 -- in Comm 145. Come for as many films as you want. Learn and enjoy. There will be food, camaraderie and a series of great movies. Following is a schedule and brief description of each film in the marathon:
7:00 PM -- DIRECTED BY WILLIAM WYLER -- A. Scott Berg and Aviva Slesin's acclaimed one-hour documentary introducing the man and his films, including interviews with those who worked with him
8:00 PM -- THE BIG COUNTRY (1958, 167 minutes) (Gregory Peck, Charlton Heston, Jean Simmons, Carroll Baker, Burl Ives) One of the all-time great westerns, this epic Academy Award-winning saga of power and greed on the frontier is a film classic.
The film will be
introduced by UCF Film
-- THE HEIRESS (1949, 116 minutes) (Montgomery Clift, Olivia DeHavilland, Ralph Richardson) Based on the great Henry James novel Washington Square, this powerful drama of twisted love was nominated for 8 Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Actress and Best Director, and won 4.
2:30 PM -- ROMAN HOLIDAY (1953, 118 minutes) (Gregory Peck, Audrey Hepburn) Audrey Hepburn made her film debut and won an Oscar in this charming, beloved romantic comedy classic nominated for 10 Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director.
5:00 PM -- THE COLLECTOR (1965, 119 minutes) (Terence Stamp, Samantha Eggar) This chilling, electrifying thriller about obsessive love was nominated for 3 Academy Awards, including Best Actress and Best Director.
7:00 PM -- complimentary food for those attending both the preceding and following
8:00 PM -- THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES (1946, 168 minutes) (Fredric March, Myrna Loy, Dana Andrews) Winner of 7 Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director, this epic American saga of soldiers returning home from WW2 and adjusting to civilian life while haunted by their war experiences is a landmark film and an unforgettable motion picture masterpiece.
2:00 PM -- BEN-HUR (1959, 212 minutes) (Charlton Heston, Stephen Boyd, Hugh Griffith) One of the great epic films of all time, this classic spectacle of ancient Rome, sea battles and chariot races won a record 11 Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Actor and Best Director.
6:00 PM -- THE LETTER (1940, 95 minutes) (Bette Davis) This spellbinding film noir mystery about sex, murder and blackmail stars Bette Davis in one of her greatest roles and was
nominated for 7
including Best Picture, Best Actress and Best
7:30 PM -- complimentary food for those attending both the preceding and following films
8:30 PM -- FUNNY GIRL (1968, 155 minutes) (Barbra Streisand, Omar Sharif) Barbra Streisand made her legendary film debut and won an Oscar in Wyler's great musical comedy romance. Nominated for 8 Academy Awards including Best Picture, this gloriously entertaining masterwork is a triumphant end to Wyler's career and our first marathon
Labels: Student Clubs
Thursday, October 08, 2009
Wong Kar-wai Trilogy
This Saturday, October 10th, The Student Cinematheque will hold our first weekend event of the year: a screening of Wong Kar Wai's Trilogy which includes Days of Being Wild, In the Mood for Love, and 2046. Seen together, these films ambitiously map the emotional terrain of Hong Kong in the past, present and future with love, deception, desire, politics and decorum.
The event will start at 3:00pm in Communications Building 145.
A meal will be provided for a small fee.
Labels: Student Clubs
Monday, October 05, 2009
KEITH MORRIS' GUTTER KING to SCREEN October 22 at the PLAZA CINEMA
Thursday night, OCTOBER 22ND, 7:30pm and 9:30pm the PLAZA CINEMA downtown is
rolling out the red carpet for a huge bash and 2 back-to-back screenings of
GUTTER KING (and Driving the Dead)! One night only-- in the beautiful Theater 7.
Tickets are $10 pre-sold online at gutterking.tv beginning Friday, Oct 9, at 6 pm when they go on sale.
Let's support Keith and the culmination of his graduate work!