On April 6th at 7 PM, the 2013 Florida Film Festival will host a celebration of food and film at Central Florida’s newest “Southern Public House,” Cask & Larder in Winter Park. Guests will be treated to a four-course feast crafted by special guest chefs Martha Foose, Donald Bender, Brandon McGlamery (Prato, Luma on Park), and James and Julie Petrakis (Cask & Larder, Ravenous Pig) with offerings like whole suckling pigs, whole smoked duck, whole roasted fish, and Butcher’s Feast of lamb.
Custom brewed beer created by brew master Ron Raike will be served, along with extraordinary hand-crafted cocktails and specialty wine.
“We’re thrilled to have Enzian hosting this year’s film festival’s ‘Feast’ at Cask & Larder,” said Tracy Lindskoog, Managing Partner at Cask & Larder. “We look forward to partnering with these renowned chefs, and it will be a night truly celebrating the tradition of friends and family coming together around the dinner table.” The sister restaurant of Orlando foodie favorite The Ravenous Pig, Cask & Larder is owned by chefs James and Julie Petrakis and specializes in locally sourced pub food. Individual tickets for the feast are available for $150, and pairs of tickets are $250. Tickets can be purchased on www.floridafilmfestival.com and include dinner, drinks, and valet parking.
About the Florida Film Festival:
The Florida Film Festival is the premier showcase in Central Florida for American independent and international film. Celebrating its 22nd anniversary, the Festival debuted in 1992 and is a core program of ENZIAN, a nonprofit cultural organization founded in 1985. ENZIAN and the Florida Film Festival have served more than 1.5 million guests and hosted hundreds of notable celebrities, including Paul Newman, Christopher Walken, Oliver Stone, Glenn Close, John Waters, Emma Stone, Campbell Scott, James Caan, Ed Burns, Jason Lee, Gena Rowlands, William H. Macy, Jon Voight and Edward James Olmos. The Festival is funded in part by national and local businesses including primary sponsor Full Sail University and receives support from United Arts of Central Florida and the State of Florida, Department of the State, Division of Cultural Affairs, the Florida Council on Arts and Culture, National Endowment for the Arts, and Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences. In addition, this project is funded in part by Orange County Government through the Arts & Cultural Affairs Program.
Enzian is Central Florida’s only full-time, not-for-profit cinema for first-run independent and international films, classic revivals, documentary features, and select family entertainment. Enzian, a member-supported organization serving the community for 27 years, is home to the Florida Film Festival which attracts more than 25,000 guests annually and the Eden Bar.
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