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Michal Rogalski of Poland, manager of “Summer Solstice,” at a festival workshop.

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Grimur Hakonarson of Iceland, director of “Rams,” at a festival workshop.

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France’s Deniz Ergüven, director pf “Mustang,” at a festival workshop.

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Britain’s Heidi Greensmith, manager of “Winter,” at a festival workshop.

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Greece’s Yorgos Zois, director of “Interruption,” at a festival workshop.

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Yared Zeleke that Ethiopia, manager of “Lamb,” in ~ a festival workshop.

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Slavek Horak the the Czech Republic, manager of “Home Care,” at a festival workshop.

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Klaus Härö of Finland, director of “The Fencer,” at a festival workshop.

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Adriano Valerio of Italy, manager of “Banat,” in ~ a festival workshop.

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Paddy Breathnach that Ireland, director of “Viva,” in ~ a festival workshop.

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India’s Raam Reddy, director of “Thithi,” is presented at the Palm Springs global Film Festival.

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Naji Nowar the Jordan, manager of “Theeb,” at a festival workshop.

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Raf Reyntjens that Belgium, manager of “Paradise Trips,” in ~ a festival workshop.

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Leena Yadav of India, manager of “Parched,” attends a festival workshop.

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Director Grimur Hakonardson peers v a sculpture during a tour of the the estate of Walter and also Leonore Annenberg in ~ Sunnyland center & Gardens in Rancho Mirage.

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Deniz Ergüven and also other directors attending this year Palm Springs global Film Festival tour the historical estate that Walter and Leonore Annenberg in ~ Sunnyland facility & Gardens in Rancho Mirage.

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Directors attending this year Palm Springs worldwide Film Festival tour the historical estate the Walter and Leonore Annenberg at Sunnyland facility & Gardens in Rancho Mirage.

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Director Jack Pettibone Riccobono, from left, executive, management producer kris Eyre, subject Rob Brown and producer Shane Slattery-Quintanilla prior to the screening of your documentary “The saturday Fire” in ~ the 2016 Palm Springs worldwide Film Festival.

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Rob Brown, topic of director Jack Pettibone Riccobono’s documentary “The saturday Fire,” start the Palm Canyon Theatre before the screening of the film at the 2016 Palm Springs worldwide Film Festival.

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PALM SPRINGS, CA--JANUARY 03, 2016-- manager Charlie Kaugman, left and also Actor Jack Black room photographed before the begin of the variety magazine luncheon, in ~ the 2016 Palm Springs global Film Festival, hosted at at the Parker Palm Springs hotel, in Palm Springs, CA, Jan. 03, 2016. Black color presented Kaufman with the Variety an innovative Impact in Directing Award presented by Mercedes-Benz. (Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times)(Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times)


Director Peter Landesman, left, and Will Smith prior to participating in a panel discussion with Dr. Bennet Omalu after a screening of “Concussion.”

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Laszlo Nemes, right, director of “Son the Saul,” speaks to media prior to the begin of the variety magazine luncheon, wherein he was recognized as among “10 director to Watch.”

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Actor Jack Black gives the photographers a various angle come shoot prior to the begin of the variety magazine luncheon.

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Actors Jada Pinkett Smith, left, and husband will Smith prior to the begin of the selection magazine luncheon, wherein Will Smith was to be presented through the Variety an imaginative Impact in acting Award.

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“Concussion” manager Peter Landesman, left, star will Smith and the film’s topic Dr. Bennett Omalu in ~ the variety magazine luncheon.

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Denis Gamze Erguven, director of “Mustang,” is one of range magazine’s “10 directors to Watch.”

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The cool of gibbs Jack black color on screen at the Palm Springs festival.

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Elizabeth Wood, manager of “White Girl,” at the variety magazine luncheon, whereby she was well-known as one of “10 director to Watch.”

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Dr. Bennet Omalu, left, will certainly Smith and also director Peter Landesman conduct a vivid panel discussion of their film “Concussion” in ~ the festival.

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“Brooklyn” actress Saoirse Ronan with the international Star Award.

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Kate Winslet and also Michael Fassbender, international Star award recipient, backstage.

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Director Ridley Scott v Cate Blanchett, Desert Palm success Award winner, and also Matt Damon, winner of the Chairman’s Award, backstage in ~ the 2016 Palm Springs international Film Festival Awards Gala.

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“Room” actress Brie Larson with the Breakthrough power Award.

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Bryan Cranston with the Spotlight Award, gift to him by Helen Mirren because that his work-related on “Trumbo.”

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Actors Christian Bale, left, Steve Carell, manager Adam McKay, Jeremy solid and Finn Wittrock with the Ensemble performance Award for “The big Short” backstage in ~ the 2016 Palm Springs worldwide Film Festival Awards Gala.

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“Spotlight” duo Michael Keaton, left, and director Tom McCarthy backstage in ~ the 2016 Palm Springs worldwide Film Festival Awards Gala. Keaton presented McCarthy the Sonny Bono Visionary Award.

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“The Martian” gibbs Matt Damon, right, together director and presenter Ridley Scott with the Chairman’s award backstage at the 2016 Palm Springs worldwide Film Festival Awards Gala.

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Kate Winslet v “Steve Jobs” star Michael Fassbender, global Star compensation recipient, backstage in ~ the 2016 Palm Springs international Film Festival Awards Gala hosted at in ~ the Palm Springs Convention Center.

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“Carol” actress Cate Blanchett through the Desert Palm achievement Award backstage in ~ the 2016 Palm Springs global Film Festival Awards Gala.

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“The Danish Girl” actress Alicia Vikander v the rising Star Award.

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“Brooklyn” actress Saoirse Ronan, left, with “Carol” actress Cate Blanchett, winner the the Desert Palm accomplishment Award.

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Johnny Depp mirrors the people his Desert Palm achievement Award.

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Inside the 2016 Palm Springs international Film Festival Awards Gala, i beg your pardon was hosted at at the Palm Springs Convention Center.

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Actress Helen Mirren ~ above the red carpet of the 2015 Palm Springs global Film Festival Awards Gala.

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Actresses Amber Heard and Alicia Vikander backstage after ~ Heard presented Vikander with the climbing Star Award.

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“Trumbo” actors Bryan Cranston and also Hellen Mirren backstage after Cranston was presented through the Spotlight Award.

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“Carol” actress Cate Blanchett is photographed top top the red carpet.

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“Black Mass” manager Scott Cooper through his movie’s star Johnny Depp, winner the the Desert Palm success Award.

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San Antonio artist Maria Anita, left, takes images of movie fans holding she celebrity paintings outside the Palm Springs Convention Center.