The 20th Annual Florida Film Festival kicked off last night with the documentary Project Nim. The Festival got underway in earnest today with a full schedule of films at the Enzian Theater in Maitland and the Regal Winter Park Village in Winter Park. So far we’ve been treated to some extraordinary films – including Snowmen – a family film starring Ray Liotta and Christopher Lloyd as well as a cast of some pretty sharp child actors (we’ll be posting the review of it later on tonight) as well as Kinyarwanda, an amazing feature set during the Rwandan Genocide of 1994. This is a movie that should be on everyone’s must-see list and if you haven’t seen it, you’ll have the opportunity to catch it on Tuesday, April 12th at 6:30pm at the Regal. We’re hoping to make it to 13 Assassins this evening; if so you can expect a review of it tomorrow along with Kinyarwanda. Also up today is the previously posted review of Fanny, Annie & Danny which will be playing tomorrow at 9pm at the Enzian and also Thursday at 3:30pm at the Regal. Keep checking here for further Festival updates!