‘All is True’ screening
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30th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival

‘All is True’ screening

Director Stephen Moyer poses on the carpet before the opening night screening of Kenneth Branagh’s film, “All is True,” at Palm Springs High School.

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‘All is True’ screening

Director Kennth Branagh, left, talks with Palm Springs International Film Festival Creative Director Michael Lerman on the carpet before the opening night screening of his film, “All is True,” at Palm Springs High School.

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‘All is True’ screening

Palm Springs International Film Festival opening night screening of “All is True,” with director Kenneth Branagh, is shown at Palm Springs High School.

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Film awards gala

A festive hat at the Palm Springs International Film Festival opening night reception.

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Film awards gala

Artist Karen Barone, holding the hand of her husband and partner-in-art, Tony, taking in the the Palm Springs International Film Festival opening night reception.

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Film awards gala

A colorful display of fruit and vegetables at the Palm Springs International Film Festival opening night reception at the Palm Springs Air Museum.

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Film awards gala

Sweets on display at the Palm Springs International Film Festival opening night reception.

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Film awards gala

Director Peter Farrelly, from the film “Green Book,” with actor Jim Carrey, who had presented the film the Vanguard Award.

 

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Film awards gala

Yalitza Aparicio, from the film “Roma." 

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Film awards gala

A fan takes a selfie with actress Linda Cardellini, from the film “Green Book."  

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Film awards gala

From the film “Mary Poppins Returns” are actors Emily Blunt, left, Nathanael Saleh, Joel Dawson and Pixie Davies, with their Ensemble Performance Award.

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Film awards gala

Director Spike Lee and actor David Washington, left, from the film “BlacKkKlansman." 

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Film awards gala

Director Alfonso Cuaron, from the film “Roma,"  with Gary Oldman, who presented him the Sony Bono Visionary Award.

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Film awards gala

Actor Rami Malek, from the film “Bohemian Rhapsody,” signs autographs. 

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Film awards gala

Actress Melissa McCarthy, from the film “Can You Ever Forgive Me?”

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Film awards gala

Director Alfonso Cuaron, from the film “Roma,” gets his picture taken with a fan.

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Film awards gala

Director Spike Lee, from the film “BlacKkKlansman,” holds his Career Achievement Award, which had been presented to him by actors David Washington, left and Adam Driver, right.

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Film awards gala

Actor Rami Malek, from the film “Bohemian Rhapsody," holds his Breakthrough Performance Award backstage.

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Film awards gala

Actress Olivia Colman, right, from the film “The Favourite,” with actress Emma Stone, who had presented her the Desert Palm Achievement Award.

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Film awards gala

Director Bradley Cooper, from the film “A Star Is Born,” signs autographs.

 

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Film awards gala

Actor Sam Elliott, from the film “A Star Is Born." 

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Film awards gala

Director Bradley Cooper, from the film “A Star Is Born,” is backstage with his Director of the Year  award.

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Film awards gala

Director Spike Lee.

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Film awards gala

Actor Timothe Chalamet, from the film “Beautiful Boy,” with actress Laura Dern, who had presented him the Spotlight Award.

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Film awards gala

Actress Glenn Close, from the film “The Wife," holds her Icon Award.

 

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Film awards gala

Director Bradley Cooper, from the film “A Star Is Born,” with actor Sam Elliott, who had presented him the Director of the Year award.

 

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