Film Fest Favorite Comes to the Camelot

Let My People Go!



A scene from "Let My People Go!"

Zeitgeist Films

French director Mikael Buch debuted his romantic comedy, Let My People Go! at the 2012 Palm Springs International Film Festival. Not only did the audience leave a lasting impression on him, but, so did the desert.

See Let My People Go! when it opens at the Camelot Theaters Feb 8, 2013

Read our full interview with Mikael Buch.

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