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Friday, April 24, 2020

Enzian On Demand offers up a world of challenging cinema in the comfort of your home

Posted By on Fri, Apr 24, 2020 at 3:54 PM

click image Pahokee - PHOTO COURTESY THE ENZIAN
  • Photo courtesy the Enzian
  • Pahokee
Maitland's Enzian Theater's "Enzian On Demand" streaming service is offering a slate of four new films starting today, running the gamut from a poignant documentary about small-town Florida teens to French psychological horror: Straight Up, The Perfect Nanny, Pahokee, and The Etruscan Smile.

"Enzian On Demand" is a partnership between the local art-house theater institution and a number of independent film distributors to provide top-shelf cinema to Enzian supporters in the comfort of their own homes. A percentage of the proceeds from each virtual ticket/rental purchase goes towards the Enzian to help keep them afloat during the ever-lengthening "shelter-in-place" process due to the coronavirus pandemic.



Check out all of Enzian On Demand's current bounty of film and get the popcorn ready.


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