For her performance in “Promising Young Woman,” Carey Mulligan earns the Palm Springs International Film Festival’s International Star Award.
From immigrants to vampires and incarcerated parents, Palm Springs International ShortFest, June 20-26, draws a diversity of subjects as well as celebrities. Actress Kate Bosworth (Remember the Titans, Blue Crush, Young Americans) joins this year’s jury of media and critics at the Oscar and BAFTA qualifying event, which is the largest short film festival in North America, according to organizers.
The Palm Springs International ShortFest will showcase 338 films including 46 World Premieres, 12 International Premieres, 42 North American Premieres and 16 U.S. Premieres for its 23rd edition, June 20-26. The selection of films for screening and competition features star-studded casts and award-winning films from 60 countries around the world. There are 55 curated programs, which will screen June 20-26,
Sarah Hunley may not have been present to hear the raucous laughter coming from the Camelot Theatre March 10 during the premiere of A Very Sordid Wedding in Palm Springs, but the late actress made her final curtain call her funniest. Hunley, who passed away in October 2016 in Los Angeles, brought the character of Juanita Bartlett to the original
The Palm Springs International Film Festival has begun to announce its star-studded lineup of award winners for the 28th annual Film Awards Gala on Jan. 2 at the Palm Springs Convention Center. First in line is actor Tom Hanks, who will be honored with the Icon Award for his performance in the film, Sully. The Film Awards Gala will be