ORLANDO | Enzian Theater, Central Florida’s independent film cinema, announced that it will begin making some films that were scheduled to run in its theater available to viewers at home.
Enzian On Demand is “a place you can go to watch art house movies and support Enzian” the nonprofit theater posted on its website and social media March 25.
“We have partnered with film distributors to bring you great indie films on-demand that you can watch from the comfort of your own home,” they stated. “We greatly appreciate your support and hope you enjoy these wonderful films.”
Enzian is making the films “Saint Frances” and “Bacurau” available through the on-demand service.
Here is how it works, go to Enzian.org and select which of the two films you would like to watch. “Saint Frances” will cost $11.50 and “Bacurau” will cost $12. Prices are based on what a single ticket price would cost plus a small processing fee.
Once you purchase your “ticket,” the film can be watched on an internet-connected device and can be streamed to your television at home through Chromecast, Amazon Firestick, Apple TV, Airplay, Smart TV and more.
Once purchased, the link from “Saint Frances” will come from the film’s distributor Oscilloscope via email and will appear as a charge from SP Oscilloscope Labs. You will have access to the link for 48 hours. $5 from every purchase until April 2 will go directly to Enzian.
For “Bacurau,” once purchased, the film’s distributor Kino Lorber will grant you access to the film and you will have five days after purchase to watch the film. Nearly 50% from every purchase until April 2 will go directly to Enzian.
For more information, synopsis’s for each film and to find out what will be coming to Enzian once the doors are open, visit Enzian.org. You can watch the trailers to both on-demand films below.