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Palm Springs International Film Festival sets date

PSIFF is one of the first steps in the campaign for the Oscars.

ByAmy Becker

Tuesday, September 5, 2023 10:45 p.m.

LOS ANGELES– Stars will flock to the desert for the Palm Springs International Film Festival (PSIFF) from January 4-15, 2024, at the Palm Springs Convention Center, to celebrate the best in independent and international feature films and documentaries. This will be the 35th anniversary of the PSIFF.

The festival is known for its diverse lineup, which features a wide selection of films that are often submitted for the Best International Feature Film category at the Oscars. In addition to their distinguished selection of films, the PSIFF Film Awards invite a star-studded audience. Last year, winners included Brendan Fraser, Sarah Polley and Steven Spielberg.

The event will kick off with the Film Awards on January 4, followed by 11 days of screenings.

Accepting the PSIFF’s 2023 Vanguard Award for “The Fabelmans”, Steven Spielberg told the crowd that they were “honouring two families, the one he grew up with and the one who made this movie”.

We spoke to Paul Dano, one of the Fabelman stars, about that evening, during which he replied, “For us all to come together to represent the film in its entirety, including the crew, it’s nice to be here together.”

The range of films screened at the festival is wide, with last year including screenings of ‘The Banshees of Inisherin’, ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’, ‘All Quiet on the Western Front’ and ‘The Whale’.

Take a closer look at last year’s PSIFF in the video above!

Click here for more information on the Palm Springs International Film Festival.

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