Tickets Now on Sale for Palm Springs Film Fest

Milk screenwriter Dustin Lance Black will premiere his new film, Pedro, at the 20th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival, alongside 17 other LGBT-inclusive films Jan 8-19. In addition, both Sean Penn and Gus Van Sant are being honored for their work in Milk during the festival’s opening gala on Tuesday, January 6. Between Sundance and Palm Springs (and Berlin hot on their heels!) how can you possibly plan all your LGBT viewing? Here’s a snapshot of the LGBT-inclusive film schedule happening in Palm Springs. Fortunately, all movies screen twice! Friday, January 09 7:00 PM Eugene 7:00 PM Patrik, Age 1.5 Saturday, January 10 10:00 AM Eugene 10:00 AM Patrik, Age 1.5 6:30 PM Suddenly, Last Winter 7:00 PM American Primitive Sunday, January 11 12:30 PM Suddenly, Last Winter 7:30 PM Prodigal Sons Monday, January 12 10:00 AM Of Time and the City 7:30 PM Ready? OK! Tuesday, January 13 10:00 AM Prodigal Sons 1:30 PM American Primitive 3:30 PM Clapham Junction 4:00 PM Of Time and the City 7:30 PM Baby Love Wednesday, January 14 9:30 AM Born in 68 1:30 PM Ready? OK! 3:30 PM Be Like Others 4:30 PM I Can't Think Straight 7:30 PM Chef’s Special Thursday, January 15 9:30 AM Be Like Others 1:30 PM Chef’s Special 3:30 PM For My Wife 6:30 PM Showgirls, Provincetown, MA

Friday, January 16 9:30 AM Clapham Junction 10:30 AM Baby Love 12:30 PM For My Wife 4:00 PM Valentino: The Last Emporer 6:00 PM Pedro 7:30 PM Woman’s Hearts Saturday, January 17 9:30 AM Pedro 10:30 AM I Can't Think Straight 12:00 PM Valentino: The Last Emporer 12:30 PM Showgirls, Provincetown, MA 2:30 PM Woman’s Hearts Sunday, January 18 6:30 PM Born in 68