UNVEILS DIVERSE FILM LINE-UP FOR
April 14-21, 2005
The Palm Beach International Film Festival announced today the film line-up for the 10th annual festival.
Over a 150 diverse films will screen at this year’s event, including
features, documentaries and shorts. The eight-day Fest will introduce
11 world premieres, 6 U.S. premieres and 43 Florida premieres,
including 30 international films.
Celebrities scheduled to appear to promote their films:
Peter Boyle starring in "Young Frankenstein,"
Patricia Heaton who produced "The Bituminous Coal Queens of Pennsylvania,"
Al Sapienza (The Sopranos) starring in "Back In The Day and The Dance,"
Leila Arcieri starring in "A Perfect Fit"
Clint Howard and Linda Blair
starring in "Hitter’s Anonymous,"
filmed on location in Palm Beach County.
Highlighting this year’s festival is the
10th Anniversary Birthday Bash
on Sunday April 17 at 6 PM
at the Mizner Park Amphitheatre in Boca Raton.
The bash will begin with a “Tribute to the Movies” concert by
the Flamingo Freedom Band, followed the birthday cake for all!
The main event will be a special presentation of a true classic,
Mel Brooks' masterpiece horror comic spoof
featuring an appearance by the monster himself,
“Everybody Loves Raymond’s”
The 10th annual Palm Beach International Film Festival will be held
April 14-21 at various venues throughout Palm Beach County. PBIFF is a
not for profit 501(3)(c) charity dedicated to improving educational
programs in Palm Beach County high schools, community colleges and
universities. Proceeds raised each year go to Palm Beach County
schools to provide new technologies for optimal learning in the forms
of grants and scholarships. For more information, visit
http://www.pbifilmfest.org or call 561.362.0003.
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