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Palm Springs


Celebrating 30 years, the Palm Springs International Film Festival plays host to a fabulous array of movies and movie stars. The Festival features a stellar line-up of more than 175 films from 60 countries, special events and gala receptions. 

The Palm Springs International Festival of Short Films has become known world-wide for the extraordinary community of filmmakers it attracts, and for the quality and scope of its programming. This celebrated event is the largest festival of its kind in America, showcasing over 320 short films each year from more than 40 countries, with a library of more than 2700 films available to film buyers, industry and press in the Film Market running concurrently with the Festival.


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Thank god it s friday: the films showing today January 11 at Palm Springs Fest

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Riot

 

Australia • 2017 • 106 minutes

Director: Jeffrey Walker

QUEER CINEMA TODAY

         

Set in Sydney in the 1970s, this rousing drama takes us behind the scenes of the struggle for LGBTQ rights that culminated in the watershed and violent Mardi Gras celebration that became Australia’s Stonewall. It’s the Aussie When We Rise.

 

Friday, January 11 • 9:00 am • Camelot

Sunday, January 13 • 7:00 pm • Camelot

 

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Cities of Last Things

    

Taiwan • 2018 • 107 minutes

Director: Ho Wi Ding

WORLD CINEMA NOW

U.S. Premiere

 

Director Wi Ding Ho travels backward in time in this three-part film, each segment revealing the shocking events that ruined a Taipei cop’s life and left him hopeless and intent on revenge in a bleak, dystopian society of the future.

                     

Friday, January 11 • 4:00 pm • Camelot

 

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Core of the World

    

Russia • 2018 • 124 minutes           

Director: Natalia Meschaninova   

WORLD CINEMA NOW

 

A young man from a troubled background works as a vet at a training facility for hunting dogs in provincial Russia in this beautiful, naturalistic film about the need for belonging and acceptance.

 

Fri, January 11 • 12:30 pm • Mary Pickford

 

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Light in the Water

    

USA • 2018 • 75 minutes

Director: Lis Bartlett

QUEER CINEMA TODAY



The West Hollywood Aquatics Club was the first openly gay swim and water polo club. Formed in 1982, it went on to shatter both world records and homophobic stereotypes. This empowering chronicle is a deep, fresh dive into four decades of LGBTQ history.

 

Fri, January 11 • 2:30 pm • Camelot

Sun, January 13 • 4:30 pm • Camelot

 

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The Quake

    

Norway • 2018 • 105 minutes       

Director: John Andreas Anderson           

QUEER CINEMA TODAY                

 

Three years after surviving a tsunami in 2015’s The Wave, down-and-out geologist Kristian Eikjord returns to warn a skeptical Oslo of an impending catastrophic earthquake as he attempts to keep his own loved ones safe in this smart, character-focused thrill ride.       

 

Fri, January 11 • 1:00 pm • PS High School

 

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The Quietude

    

Argentina • 2018 • 117 minutes

Director: Pablo Trapero

QUEER CINEMA TODAY

U.S. Premiere

 

When Eugenia and Mia’s father has a stroke, the elder daughter is forced to return to La Quietud, the family ranch in Argentina. Along with their mother, they will have to face long held resentments and family secrets to be able to come together.

 

Fri, January 11 • 5:00 pm • Camelot

 

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Rafiki

    

Kenya • 2018 • 82 minutes           

Director: Wanuri Kahiu

THE GAY! LA                                   

 

In this candy-colored and dynamic lesbian romance, Kena and Ziki must navigate their blossoming relationship within their narrow-minded Kenyan hometown.            

 

Fri, January 11 • 9:30 am • Mary Pickford

Sun, January 13 • 5:00 pm • Regal

 

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The Standoff at Sparrow Creek

    

USA • 2018 • 88 minutes

Director: Henry Dunham

WORLD CINEMA NOW

 

A few men who belong to a militia try to suss out the culprit in a police shooting that threatens them all. Ex-cop Gannon (James Badge Dale) and the others are in for a dark twist in this gritty feature film.

 

Fri, January 11 • 7:00 pm • PS High School

 

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We Are the Heat

    

Colombia • 2018 • 104 minutes

Director: Jorge Navas

WORLD CINEMA NOW

North American Premiere

 

In the violent Colombian city of Buenaventura, lifelong friends Harvey, Freddy, Baby and Caleñito are the undisputed kings of hip-hop dance, but when the local drug trade tightens around them, they must decide between the pull of the streets and their dreams.

 

Fri, January 11 • 7:30 pm • Mary Pickford

 

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PALM SPRINGS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
PALM SPRINGS INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM FESTIVAL & FILM MARKET 
 


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