Popcorn Flicks in Central "Winter" Park
(released 3/9/2005)

The City of Winter Park and Enzian Theater produce a cinema series in Central Park located on Park Avenue. The series is called "Popcorn Flicks," and features classic films starting at sunset on the third Thursday of each month (rain dates are the next day, Friday). The films are FREE and open to the public. You are encourage to bring a blanket, a picnic or snacks, and some family and friends and join us! Hundreds of people gather with friends and bring their chairs, blankets, and snacks to enjoy Popcorn Flicks each month!

Note: Popcorn Flicks activities will begin at 8:00 PM April through September and 7:00 PM October through March.

This month the screen will light up March 17,2005 @ 7p.m. with a showing of Roman Holiday.

Popcorn Flicks are made possible by The City of Winter Park and Enzian Theater. To get to Popcorn Flicks: On the north edge of Orlando: At Central Park on Park Avenue, in downtown Winter Park, Florida; take I-4 to Fairbanks Avenue (Exit 45), go east to Park Avenue, then north on Park Avenue. Central Park will be on your left. Parking is available in various municipal lots.

March 17, 7:00 pm

Roman Holiday shot entirely on location in Rome. Oscar-winning story from then-blacklisted Dalton Trumbo was credited to Ian McLellan Hunter. Academy Award Nominations: 10, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Screenplay. Academy Awards: 3, including Best Actress-Audrey Hepburn, Best Motion Picture story.

USA, 1953, 118 minutes

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