Released in 2001 by Not By Chance Productions, Inc., the short documentary Artists and Orphans: A True Drama was nominated for an Academy Award, among numerous other honors. Focusing on a group of artists who provide humanitarian aid after traveling to the Republic of Georgia for an international arts festival, Artists and Orphans: A True Drama was screened at festivals such as the Florida Film Festival, where it earned the audience award for Best Short Film.
In addition to bringing audiences together to enjoy a wide variety of films over 10 days, the Florida Film Festival also offers several other programs bringing viewers together with artistic works. These programs include the broadcast of National Theatre Live.
A project of the National Theatre in London, National Theatre Live brings the greatest of British theatre productions live to cinemas across the globe. Attendees can choose to purchase a season pass, which includes discounted admission to three performances and a glass of wine on the house.
Upcoming productions from National Theatre Live include George Bernard Shaw’s play about Joan of Arc, titled Saint Joan, which will be performed from the Donmar Warehouse. The play will be broadcast on May 21, 2017.