50 Years of Jethro Tull: Ian Anderson chats about the evolution of the group’s sound and whatever became of Gerald Bostock.
La Quinta resident and Oscar-winning makeup artist Greg Cannom leads the free ShortFest panels plus a screening of “Greener Grass” at Mary Pickford Theater.
On the eve of her valley performance, singer Jeanette Bazzell Turner opens up about her craft and preserving the good memories of her ex-husband Ike Turner.
Artist, painter, and illustrator Josh Agle, better known as Shag, has created a strong brand depicting the fun midcentury-modern lifestyle in full color.
Moe Berg wore a mask as a major league catcher, a perfect cover for his role as a spy during World War II, as shown in this new documentary.
Frank DeCaro lifts the lid off drag performers old and new in his fascinating book, “Drag: Coming Through the Big Wigs of Show Business”.
In 25 years, Palm Springs International ShortFest has managed to surpass expectations to become the largest short film festival of its kind in North America.
Personal stories, some risqué entrees, and innovative LGBTQ fare, are among the top 10 films to watch at the Palm Springs International ShortFest.
The New York-based Jai Wolf speaks on the recent release of his debut album and creative process prior to his return to Splash House in Palm Springs.
The 25th annual Palm Springs International ShortFest will showcase 369 films including 60 world premieres and 25 international premieres, June 18-24.