•Li’l Quinquin (France), Director Bruno Dumont
•Full and Country (Uk), Director John Boorman
The schedule of flicks is incorporated inside a enter in Thursday’s Desert Sun. A listing of all of the premieres, New Voices/New Visions and Modern Masters films are the following:
•Dancing Arabs (Israel), Director Eran Riklis
•Fidelio, Alice’s Journey (France), Director Lucie Borleteau
•The Right Dictatorship (Mexico), Director Louis Estrada
The entire selection from the Palm Springs Worldwide Film Festival, including 192 films from 65 nations, continues to be revealed at psfilmfest.org.
•What’s Between Us (Europe), Director Claudia Lorenz
•Gemma Bovery (France), Director Anne Fontaine
•So As Of Disappearance (Norwegian/Sweden), Director Hendes Petter Moland
U.S. premieres: Boychoir (U.S.), Chagall – Malevich (Russia), Ciudad Delirio (Colombia), Cut Lizard (Australia),The Dark Equine (Nz), Décor (Egypt), The Farewell Party (Israel), Fidelio, Alice’s Journey (France), Grand Street(U.S.) starring Kelly McGillis and Mike Robards, The Grump (Finland), Henri Henri (Canada), Hope and Wire(Nz), In Her Own Place (Canada), Within the Crosswind (Estonia), Kurmanjan Datka Full from the Mountain tops(Kyrgyzstan), The Lesson (Bulgaria), Existence inside a Fishbowl (Iceland), The Sunshine Stands out Only There(Japan), Magical Girl (The country), Margarita, having a Hay (India), Mirage (Hungary), Monsoon (Canada),Paper Planes (Australia) starring Mike Worthington, The Right Dictatorship (Mexico), The Reaper (Croatia),Looking (France), directed by Michel Hazanavicius and starring Annette Bening and Bérénice Bejo, Sorrow and Pleasure (Denmark), Theeb (Jordan), Tigers (India) directed by Danis Tanovic, Tokyo, japan Fiancée (Belgium),Whitened God (Hungary), Who Shall We Be Held – No Product is Safe (Germany), X + Y (United kingdom) starring Asa Butterfield, Sally Hawkins and Rafe Spall.
•Manpower (Israel), Director Noam Kaplan
•Afterlife (Hungary), Director Virág Zomborácz
The Brand New Voices/New Visions rivals:
Individual tickets continue purchase 12 ,. 26 online and also at the Festival Ticket and knowledge Center at 777 E. Tahquitz Canyon Way, the Camelot Cinemas at 2300 E. Baristo Road, and Regal Movie theaters Palm Springs at 789 E. Tahquitz Canyon Way, all in Palm Springs. Individual tickets goes on purchase whatsoever festival venues throughout the run from the event Jan. 2-12. Platinum and concierge passes are offered out.
•No A person’s Child (Serbia), Director Vuk Ršumovic
For an entire listing of films, including individuals selected on the planet Cinema Now and True Tales programs, visit psfilmfest.org or (760) 322-2930
Worldwide premieres: Accused (Netherlands), Arteholic (Germany), a documentary featuring Udo Kier and Lars von Trier amongst others, The Grandad (Iceland), Manpower (Israel) and Never Die Youthful (Luxembourg).
World premieres: Don Quixote: The Ingenious Gentleman of los angeles Mancha (U.S.) starring James Franco, Horatio Sanz, Luis Guzman and Lin Shaye, Packed Inside A Trunk: The Lost Art of Edith Lake Wilkinson (U.S.),Some Type of Love (Canada), Spirit / Will / Loss (U.S.), Twenty-Five Palms (Luxembourg) a documentary around the 25th anniversary from the Palm Springs Worldwide Film Festival directed by Fabrizio Maltese, and Walter(U.S.) starring Justin Kirk, Virginia Madsen, William H. Macy, Neve Campbell and Peter Facinelli.
•Chagall – Malevich (Russia), Director Alexander Mitta
•Grand Street (USA), Director Lex Sidon
•Theeb (Jordan), Director Naji Abu Nowar
•Henri Henri (Canada), Director Martin Talbot
•The Humbling (USA), Director Craig Levinson, Cast: Al Pacino, Greta Gerwig, Charles Grodin, Mary Louise Parker, Serta Hedaya and Dianne Wiest
The festival also introduced its popular Secret Screening will occur at 8 p.m. Jan. 6 in the Camelot Cinemas. Filmgoers entering that screening are requested to agree to not divulge the title from the film towards the media.
•A Moonless Evening (Uruguay), Director Germán Tejeira
•A Watch for Beauty (Canada), Director Denys Arcand
•Chubby (Belgium), Director Bruno Deville
The festival will feature 65 premieres, including seven world, five worldwide, 20 United States and 33 U.S. premieres. An worldwide premiere signifies the very first time a movie is tested outdoors of their country of origin, as distinguished from the world premiere. One of the world premieres are “Don Quixote: The Ingenious Gentleman of los angeles Mancha,” starring James Franco, and “Walter,” featuring Justin Kirk and William H. Macy.
•Iris (USA), Director Albert Maysles
•Clouds of Sils Maria (France), Director Olivier Assayas, Cast: Juliette Binoche, Billy Burke, Chloë Sophistication Moretz
Two special sections just introduced would be the New Voices/New Visions competition, by which 10 company directors marking their feature film debut is going to be judged with a jury of marketers, and Modern Masters, featuring films by 12 famous worldwide company directors.
United States premieres: 40-Love (Belgium), Afterlife (Hungary), Beatles (Norwegian), The Breach (U.S.),Chubby (Belgium), Eyes of the Crook (Palestine), Flowers (The country), Kebab & Horoscope (Belgium), The Monk (Myanmar), A Moonless Evening (Uruguay), Mother from the Lamb (Chile), NN (Peru), No A person’s Child(Serbia), Not Every Is Vigil (The country), Help You in Montevideo (Serbia) starring in Aramand Assante, She’s Funny This Way (U.S.)directed by Peter Bogdanovich and starring Imogen Poots, Owen Wilson, Will Forte, Kathryn Hahn, Rhys Ifans and Jennifer Aniston, Fundamental essentials Rules (Croatia), Three Home windows along with a Hanging (Kosovo), Unlikely Heroes (Europe), What’s Between Us (Europe) and Halla Halla(Sweden).
•Red-colored Amnesia (China), Director Wang Xiaoshuai