Lights, camera, action! It’s time for annual film festival


A renowned celebration of cinematic achievement, the 22nd Annual Palm Beach International Film Festival will feature dozens of films including: “Dean” featuring Demetri Martin, Kevin Kline and Mary Steenburgen; “Swing State” with Sean Astin and Billy Zane; “The Business of Recovery;” “When the Starlight Ends” staring Sam Heughan, Arabella Oz and David Arquette; “Remember Me” with Rita Moreno; “Paris Can Wait” with Alec Baldwin and Diane Lane; “That’s Not Me;” “Patti Cakes” and “The Night We Met.”

Films will be shown at Cinemark in Boca Raton and Keiser University in West Palm Beach.

Filmmakers and actors from around the world who will be on hand to showcase their works of cinematic art.

Funds raised by PBIFF go toward grants, scholarships and new technology for regional film students aspiring to one day create their own motion pictures.

When: The festival continues today, Saturday and Sunday

Where: Cinemark, 3200 Airport Road, Boca Raton; Keiser University, 2600 N. Military Trail, West Palm Beach.

Tickets: Film tickets start at $10.

Info: www.pbifilmfest.org



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