The Florida Film Festival announces midnight screening selections for the 2003 event. This year’s festival takes place March 7-16, 2003 in Orlando, Florida. The 10-day festival highlights the best in American independent and international film.
The following films have been selected and confirmed for the 2003 Florida Film Festival as Midnight Screenings Films. The selections include six World premieres (“David & Mamet,” “The Man with the Smallest Penis in Existence and the Electron Microscope Technician Who Loved Him,” “Mementoke,” “Misfortune,” “Pornographic Apathetic,” and “Stunt Cocks”), three US premieres (two new “Angry Kid” installments, “Piss and Snail”, and “The Little Cow”), five East Coast premieres (Bubba Ho-Tep, “Chump,” “Earthquake,” “Our Very First Sex Tape,” and “Serial Games”), and four Southeast premieres (“Adult Education,” Icarus of Pittsburgh, “The Princess Blade,” and Spun). Two of the films will have their Second US Showing at the Festival (“Chump” and “Serial Games”). These films represent five countries.
For more information, visit the Florida Film Festival website.
Posted on February 19, 2003 in Festivals by Film Threat Staff
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