Orlando Fringe is kicking off 2021 with a Winter Mini-Fest from January 7-10. It’s a curated festival featuring the best of past festivals, new works by fan favorites, and new artists scouted from the international Fringe circuit.
Starting on the International Day of Peace, Monday, Sept. 21, 2020, the 18th annual Global Peace Film Festival offers a robust program that includes thought-provoking films and art exhibits for people all over the world to enjoy from the comfort and safety of their homes, as well as a limited number of in-person Orlando events at which people can be safely distanced.
The Melrose Center, part of the Orange County Library System (OCLS), is hosting the Melrose Film Festival 2020 from September 18-27, and it’s going online this year.
Orlando Shakes has announced it will be offering a free virtual preview of its upcoming PlayFest 2020 on Saturday, September 12.
On August 21, Orlando Shakes returns with its popular “Virtual Shakesbeer” series, this time featuring the bard’s “As You Like It,” in a free online event.
This year in addition to the regular Florida Film Festival (which runs August 7-20 at the Enzian in Maitland), the festival is going online.
Universal Orlando has announced June 30th as the grand opening for its newest attraction, The Bourne Stuntacular, and they’re celebrating with an online sneak peek tonight (June 29).
June 12, 2020, marks the four year anniversary of the horrible Pulse tragedy, and due to current events, the annual Pulse Remembrance Ceremony will be held online this year.
Seminole State College of Florida’s Emil Buehler Perpetual Trust Planetarium is hosting several family-friendly online events this week and next.
These virtual shows and events serve to entertain and educate viewers about Earth, our solar system and beyond.
Here’s what the Planetarium has coming up: