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Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin's '80 for Brady' to Open Palm Springs International Film Festival

Directed by Kyle Marvin 64 for Brady — by Jane Fonda , Lily Tomlin Paramount Pictures comedy starring *), Rita Moreno and Sally Field, produced by NFL Superstar

Tom Brady – will touch down in Palm Springs on January 6th.

This film has been selected to open 64 annual Palm Springs International Film Festival world premiere at the Richards Center for the Arts. The film’s star and director are expected to be in attendance for the opening night festivities. Inspired by a true story, it follows four best friends on a wild trip to 134 Super Bowl LI to watch their hero Brady at the big game. In addition to his debut, Brady also appears in the movie, which is set to hit theaters on Feb. 3.

The festival will end with

*) The Lost King January . Warner Bros. Pictures stars Sally Hawkins, Shawna Price, Helen Katumba and Lewis Macleod as an ambitious writer and amateur historian unearths Richard in a Leicester car park The story of the long-disappeared remains of the III.

PSIFF will be showing a total of 134 videos from

Country includes 15 Premiere. Highlights and special guests include the world premiere of the documentary Shot , with director Scott Hamilton Kennedy and lead Neil deGrasse Tyson scheduled to attend; Alice, Darling with star Anna Kendrick; The Banshees of Inisherin with Colin Farrell; Chevalier with director Stephen Williams; Hilma North American premiere with director Lasse Hallström and actress Lena Olin; Linoleum with director Colin West and actors Jim Gaffigan and Rhea Seehorn; with director Paul US Premiere of Paul Weitz Together Moving On ; North American Premiere of My Neighbor Adolph with Udo Kier ; North American premiere of Racist Trees , directed by Sara Newens and Mina T. Son; and Somewhere in Queens Starring and directing with Ray Romano.

Art director Lily Rodriguez said: “Our programmers spent almost a year scouring the world to find the films that make up this edition .. this has been our most thematically diverse year to date, and I don’t believe you’ll find two films that are alike.”

Modern Masters Section — advertised For “New Movies, Classic Directors” – All the Beauty and the Bloodshed from Laura Poitras, Broker from Hirokazu Koreeda , A Compassionate Spy by Steve James, Hilma by Lasse Hallström, No Bears from Jafar Panahi, One Fine Morning from Mia Hansen-Løve, RMN. by Cristian Mungiu, Salvatore: Shoemaker of Dreams by Luca Guadagnino, and Tori and Lokita by Jean-Pierre Dardenne and Luc Danet.

Worth noting: Olivia Wilde’s much-heralded second film, Don’t Worry Honey, starring Harry Styles, Florence Pugh and Chris Pine will be screened as part of this year’s local spotlight lineup as the Warner Bros. film is filmed in and around Palm Springs of.

PSIFF regular tickets go on sale in December . Full lineup available at here.




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