The Enzian presents live online Q+A event about 'Other Music' documentary with Park Ave. CDs' Sandy Bitman

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Sandy Bitman - PHOTO BY JIM LEATHERMAN FOR ORLANDO WEEKLY
  • Photo by Jim Leatherman for Orlando Weekly
  • Sandy Bitman
Maitland cinema Enzian Theater is capping off its video-on-demand run of the Other Music documentary  about the singular NYC record store with a special, local-centric event. On Tuesday night, April 28, Enzian will present a Zoom video chat about the film between Park Ave. CDs owner Sandy Bitman and Enzian's Matthew Curtis, moderated by Enzian's Tim Anderson.

The free video Q&A event will take place at 6 p.m. on Tuesday night, RSVP here for the Zoom chat. And if you already haven't, you can still purchase a virtual rental of Other Music through the Enzian here.





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