12/3 – climate change documentary Cool It (Winter Park), the Allen Ginsberg biopic Howl (Enzian), the apparently awful The Nutcracker 3D (Oviedo/Pointe*Orlando), the James Gandolfini-Kristen Stewart drama Welcome to the Rileys (Winter Park)
12/4-5 – Brouhaha Film & Video Showcase (Enzian)
12/10 – Gemma Arterton as a sexy muse in Stephen Frears' Tamara Drewe (Winter Park - pictured), the French romantic comedy Heartbreaker (Enzian)
12/17 – Natalie Portman as an unstable ballerina in Darren Aronofsky's Black Swan (Winter Park), the Ryan Gosling-Kirsten Dunst true-life crime drama All Good Things (Enzian)
12/25 – Colin Firth as a stammering monarch in The King's Speech (Winter Park), Jim Carrey and Ewan McGregor as gay prison lovers in I Love You, Phillip Morris (Winter Park), killer Santa runs rampant in the bizarro Finnish fable Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale (Enzian)
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