Palm Springs Cultural Center Community Theatre Schedule Of Events for August 11 – 31

This month Bette Davis is featured in the Best Actress Series. Come be seduced by her sexy, smoldering eyes! She’s a man-eater as Mildred Rogers in Of Human Bondage (1934), considered to be her breakout role. Other Better Davis films include Now, Voyager, The Great Lie, Hush, Hush Sweet Charlotte, and Of Human Bondage. The films change weekly, and are shown Monday through Friday at 12:00 p.m.

Rediscover one of the Hollywood classics that had generations looking to the stars to phone home in E.T (1982), one of several films by Steven Spielberg being screened this month as part of the Famous Filmmaker Screening Series. Other Spielberg films this month include Always, Hook, A.I., Raiders of the Lost Ark and the perennial Summer thriller, Jaws.
 
Both Cinema Diverse: The LGBTQ Palm Springs Film Festival (Cinema Diverse), and the American Documentary Film Festival (AmDocs) now have daily screenings at the PSCCCT. This month see actor Paul Hamy as Fernando on a surreal spiritual journey in The Ornithologist (O Ornitólogo) (2017), directed by João Pedro Rodrigues as part of the Cinema Diverse Selects series, and Breaking Point: The War for Democracy in Ukraine, the AmDocs Best of Fest feature that provides an intimate look at the people who lived and died during Ukraine’s struggle to become a more democratic country.

Want more? There is more. Great Movie Musicals, Film Noir favorites, Oscar® Winners, Hollywood Classics and the CINEMATHEQUE! Film Series co-sponsored by the Palm Springs Cultural Center, Palm Springs International Film Society, and the Coachella Valley Art Scene. The complete schedule is posted on the Camelot Theatres Facebook page and the Palm Springs Cultural Center homepage (www.thepalmspringsculturalcenter.org).

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