Palm Springs Film Festival

January 6-17, 2011

The Palm Springs International Film Festival (PSIFF) is one of the largest film festivals in North America, welcoming 130,000 attendees each year for its lineup of new and celebrated international features and documentaries.

The 22nd annual festival screened 205 films from 69 countries, including 41 of the 65 foreign language entries for this year’s Academy Awards.

Among them were 6 Spanish productions: “Paper birds”, ”Anything you want”, ”Black Bread”, ”For 80 days”, ”Garbo: The Spy” and “Born to suffer” and 8 Spanish co-productions: “Even the rain”, “Lope”, “Hello!, How are you!”, ”October”, ”My life with Carlos” , ”Henry of Navarre”, “How much does your building weigh, Me Foster?”, and “Uncle Boonme Who Can Recall his Past Lives”.

The official entry as Best foreign picture “Even the Rain” was the winner of the Cinema without Borders’ “Bridging The Borders Award” at the 2011 Palm Springs International Film Festival. Enrique Ruiz Molero, Consul General of Spain in Los Angeles, and Elvi Cano, Director of Communications of EGEDA US, accepted the award on behalf of director Iciar Bollain.


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