A stand-alone Film Festival Store for the Palm Springs International Film Festival is featuring a complete collection of Film Festival Merchandise at Destination PSP. The Festival Store is now open and will be open every day through January 16.
The Festival Store is located in the Regal Cinema Courtyard Plaza, unit 16,
just down from the Regal Cinemas and across the courtyard from the
Festival Ticket and Information Center.
You can also shop online at Destination PSP by clicking HERE.
DREAM VACATION PALM SPRINGS
VACATION PALM SPRINGS “DREAM VACATION” WINNER WILL RECEIVE:
* A Four (4) night stay for up to 4 people in a luxury 3-bedroom Palm Springs vacation rental home during the 2018 Palm Springs International Film Festival. Winner will also receive the following:
* Opening -or- Closing Night Screening and Gala Reception – 4 Tickets
* Festival Screening Passes – 4 non-transferable passes, good for all regular screenings
IT’S NOT OVER YET, CHECK OUT THESE FILMS ON SUNDAY, JANUARY 15
Spain/Argentina – 2015 – 108 minutes
Director: Cesc Guy
WORLD CINEMA NOW
Two of Spanish-speaking cinema’s finest stars, Ricardo Darin and Javier Cámara, play lifelong friends reconnecting for a short visit under the shadow of terminal cancer in this wide and tender (and surprisingly funny) movie from Cesc Gay. Goya Winner: Best Film, Director, Actor, Supporting Actor, Screenplay, Goya Awards.
A country manor mystery that’s actually a deliciously wicked comedy of manners, adapted from Stephen Fry’s best-seller. A disgraced poet and all-round drunken sot, Ted is invited to his friend Lord Logan’s estate, and investigates a spate of “miracle” healings attributed to Logan’s teenage son.
Sun, Jan 15 – 10:00 AM – PSHS
Director, John Jencks; Actor, Matthew Modine to attend.
The brilliant and controversial editor-in-chief of Italian Vogue, Franca Sozzani, is given the documentary treatment by the one man who can get her to drop her guard -her son-in this insightful portrait of one of fashion’s most original icons.
In the first scripted film from acclaimed non-fiction filmmaker Natalia Almada (El velador), her austere gaze is trained on a lonely, aging government bureaucrat, Doña Flor. Patience is demanded, and rewarded. “A heartfelt argument for empathy.” Indiewire. Winner: Best Actress, Morelia.
Must be at least 25 years of age to enter this contest.
No purchase necessary.
One entry per person; employees of PSIFF are not eligible.
THE DAY WILL COME
Denmark – 2016 – 119 minutes
Director: Jesper W. Nielsen
WORLD CINEMA NOW
North American Premiere
Inspired by recent revelations about abuse in Danish orphanages dating back to the 1960s, this hard-hitting but inspiring drama focuses on two (fictional) brothers, aged 10 and 13, resisting the brutal regime of Headmaster Heck, armed with nothing but their imagination. It reunites the writer and two stars from TV’s The Killing. Winner: Audience Award, Hamburg.
A socially awkward secret service agent makes the acquaintance of both a beautiful Russian spy and a barely tolerable Estonian modern poet in the absurdly comic new film from the producer of Tangerines. It provides a sarcastic reflection on the identity and concerns of contemporary Estonia.