Get in the CenFlo

Central Florida Film Festival set for Jan. 20-22 in Mt. Dora

The 17th annual Central Florida Film Festival (CenFlo) is scheduled for January 20-22 at Epic Theatres in Mount Dora, Florida.

This year’s fest will screen more than 160 movies (mostly shorts but some features) in a variety of genres, including drama, comedy, horror/suspense/thriller, science fiction/fantasy, animation, documentary and student. The celebrity guest will be actor Barry Bostwick, who will participate in a Q&A session and a career retrospective.

Tickets range from $10 to a single screening (a feature or a block of short films) to $35 for a single day to $85 for a VIP three-day pass.

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The highlights of this year’s fest, at least for this critic, were the Q&A and career retrospective with Bostwick, who is pictured below with Festival Director Brendon Rogers, and On the Third Step, a short thriller directed by Russian filmmaker Anastasia Norenko, who was in attendance. The film won best foreign project and best suspense/horror/thriller short.

“My goal for On the Third Step was to create a dynamic, unexpected storyline that would leave audiences wanting more,” Norenko said. “I’m thrilled that viewers at CenFlo were able to see my vision through and am honored to receive CenFlo’s recognitions, as there [were] a lot of other talented filmmakers at the festival.”

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