Sunday

International Film Festival is on…

UPDATE- Don't miss these films!
I personally viewed the movies below. If they should come to your theater, GO!
1. Who Gets To Call It Art; 2. Pan's Labyrinth; 3. Avenue Montaigne; 4. French California; 5. The Lives of Others; 6. Twice Upon A Time; 7. Outsourced; 8. Agua; 9. It’s Winter; 10. The Lives of Others; 11. Blindsight; 12. Mojave Phone Booth; 13. The Damned Don't Cry; 14. The Cats Of Mirikitani; 15. Omkara (below)
Earlier:
Blogging is light...I'm at the "Cannes-style" International Film Festival here in Palm Springs; with six more films to see, in the next two days!...The festival fills four theatres and the Annenberg Auditorium; as PSFF presents pre-released films, from Foreign, Documentary, Independent, etc
; The Artistic efforts from dozens of countries!
The film below was awesome! Everyone was moved to quiet tears...The only way to describe this film: As you leave the theatre, you feel as though you've left a portion of your heart behind...(Hope it will arrive in theatres in the US.) Definitely see this brilliant work! -Film detail below-
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ABOUT PSFF: Sonny Bono brought this Festival to our desert; and now we generate over 850 million media impressions, including multiple segments on Entertainment Tonight, feature coverage in the New York Times, The L.A. Times, USA Today, People Magazine, US Weekly, Life & Style, Harper’s Bazaar, LA Confidential, Variety, Hollywood Reporter, IndieWIRE, E! Entertainment Television, Extra!, CNN, Access Hollywood and hundreds of other outlets and publications...
Omkara
-From PSFF:
DIRECTOR: Vishal Bhardwaj
Producer: Kumar Mangat
Editor: Meghana Manchanda
Screenwriter: Vishal Bhardwaj Robin Bhatt Abhishek Chaubey
Cinematographer: Tassaduq Hussain
Music: Vishal Bhardwaj
Principal Cast: Ajay Devgan, Saif Ali Khan, Kareena Kapoor, Vivek Oberoi, Bipasha Basu
Filmography: The Blue Umbrella (2005), Maqbool (2003), The Web of the Witch (2002), Daya (1998)
World Sales: Eros International
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"Director Vishal Bhardwaj unveils his own “wild West” version of Othello where the action will be set around a gangland operating in the Indian badlands of Uttar Pradesh. This is Vishal’s sophomore Shakespeare effort after the Macbeth inspired “Maqbool” wowed critics and audiences alike with its gritty and precise storytelling."
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