The 33rd Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival will run Thursday, January 6, 2022 through Monday, January 17, 2022.

UPDATE: As of Monday, December 20, 2021, The Palm Springs International Film Society has announced that the Film Awards will not take place this year on Thursday, January 6, 2022 due to the recent spike in COVID cases and out of an abundance of caution to ensure the health and safety of the honorees, patrons, and staff. The screening portion of the Palm Springs International Film Festival will take place January 7 through January 17, 2022 and will require proof of vaccination and the wearing of a mask.

The festival will screen 129 films from 70 different countries including 32 premieres (4 World Premieres, 2 International Premieres, 7 North American Premieres and 19 U.S. Premieres) from January 6-17, 2022. The line-up includes Talking Pictures, International Feature Film Oscar® Submissions, New Voices New Visions, Modern Masters, Queer Cinema, Cine Latino, True Stories, World Cinema Now, and more.

The Opening Night film is Dionne Warwick: Don’t Make Me Over, directed by Dave Wolley and David Heilbroner, screening on Friday January 7. The festival will close with The Duke, directed by Roger Michell on Sunday, January 16.

Click https://psfilmfest.org/film-festival-2022/scheduleHERE for the complete schedule!

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The 2022 Palm Springs International Film Festival will require all attendees (pass holders and ticket holders), volunteers, staff, guests, sponsors, media, and vendors to show valid proof of full vaccination in order to enter Festival venues and events. To keep all patrons as safe as possible, no exceptions to this policy will be allowed. 

For the Film Festival, each person attending will be required to show their vaccination card and photo ID in person and sign a waiver. The person will then be issued a wristband, which will need to be worn for the duration of the festival visit.   If the band is removed or lost, they will need to go through the process again. Specific details on the vaccination verification process will be provided as the festival draws closer.

The Palm Springs International Film Festival (PSIFF) is one of the largest film festivals in North America, welcoming 136,000 attendees last year for its lineup of new and celebrated international features and documentaries. The Festival is also known for its annual Film Awards Gala, a glamorous, black-tie event attended by 2,500.