The Palm Beach International Film Festival turns 18 this year, the age of majority, and the staff wants you to know that the eight-day event has matured and gotten its priorities straight.
“I would say that we have become more about the films, which is what it’s supposed to be about,” says longtime festival director Randi Emerman. “We’re focusing on movies, the people that make these movies, the message of these films and the cultures from around the world.”
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To purchase advance tickets, go to www.pbifilmfest.org
Tickets are also available at each theater’s box office.