Sundance Comes to Orlando




The Sundance Film Festival announced their 2013 travelling edition this year, earmarking 10 film for 10 different cities to run alongside the actual festival in Park City, Utah, and Orlando is one of the stops, landing at the Enzian on January 31st. Orlando nabbed the film A.C.O.D., by first time writer-director Stuart Zicherman (co-written by Ben Karlin), about a well-adjusted man (Adam Scott) who years later finds out his parents' divorce was all a sociological research scam. What the film lacks in behind the camera name recognition it sure as hell makes up for in cast recognition. In addition to Scott, the film sports the likes of Richard Jenkins, Catherine O’Hara, Amy Poehler, Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Clark Duke. Tickets will be available at the Enzian box office shortly.

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