Rare screenings and celebrity appearances season the program of Palm Springs Film Noir Festival.
Old and new Hollywood connect as retired actor Paul Burke passes the proverbial torch to his granddaughter, actress Alia Shawkat.
On the eve of Richard Zanuck’s Life Achievement Award, his latest film, Big Fish, enthuses critics and film buffs.
Inspired by the deep shadows of film noir, a Venice photographer finds a darker side to Palm Springs’ famous main drag.
The famous photographer of Weimaraners turns a supersized lens on the dogs of desert art lovers.
When filmmakers set their sights on Palm Springs Valley, it’s often Sylvia Schmitt’s cue to find the perfect location.
Though often overshadowed, actor Ralph Bellamy helped put Palm Springs in the spotlight.
Palm Springs Historical Society’s film restoration initiative highlights its 50th anniversary celebration.
East meets West: China-born mother and daughter cook up a tasty show.
Transcending the array of fine art in Coachella Valley’s numerous galleries and museums lies an indelible history and culture that naturally beget today’s riches.