The 29th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival’s Awards Gala kicked off the season with élan as the red carpet was rolled out to nearly 2,400 guests and a galaxy of Hollywood stars.
The dedication by Sam Rockwell is apparent in every role, but that may be all they have in common. Looking over his filmography, from Iron Man to Frost/Nixon, no throughline emerges.
Homey little bits and glimpses are the kind of things only a close friend would know. For Barbara Sinatra, that friend was Nelda Linsk, who met then Barbara Marx in the fall of 1965.
James Dean raced in Palm Springs, Bakersfield, and Santa Barbara from March through May 1955, until Warner Bros. prohibited its rising star from further stints behind the wheel.
Sublime Abstraction, the season-long exhibition at Heather James Fine Art in Palm Desert, hopes to trigger what can be described only as a metaphysical experience.
Mankiller, a captivating documentary from executive producer Gale Anne Hurd set to screen at the Palm Springs Film Festival, couldn’t be more timely against the backdrop of the “Me Too” movement.
In January, Greater Palm Springs Festivals bring exceptional films, literature, and artworks center stage to give locals and visitors a chance to experience a winter wonderland of culture.
With 180 films to sift through starting Jan. 3, here are the Palm Springs Film Festival top 10 to put on your must-see list provided by festival organizers.
To recognize his performance in film The Florida Project, Willem Dafoe will receive the Icon Award at the Palm Springs International Film Festival.
“Molly’s Game” star Jessica Chastain will present Aaron Sorkin with its Creative Impact in Screenwriting Award at the Variety brunch in Palm Springs.