PLATINUM   2010 Official Program Guide

Special Events (as of April 5th, 2010)

Friends of the Festival
Oscar Night® America
Auction Items

All events are non-refundable.
*All events, venues, pricing subject to change.

Thursday, April 22

Opening Night Film Sold Out.
Rooftop Party Tickets Still Available.

Opening Night Film
Princess Ka'iulani
Movies of Delray
7421 West Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach, FL 33446

PBIFF will kick off the 15th Annual Festival with a screening of Marc Forby's stunning film, Princess Ka'iulani starring Q'orianka Kilcher, Barry Pepper and Will Patton.

Opening Night Party
Worthing Place Rooftop
32 SE 2nd Avenue, Delray Beach, FL 33444

Setting the stage for a weekend of celebration, Opening Night is the hottest party in Palm Beach County! Take part in delectable drinks and food tastings from The Office and Vic & Angelos while dancing the night away overlooking The Ocean and famed Atlantic Avenue.

$40 per person in advance ($50 after April 16)
$30 party only in advance ($40 after April 16 or at door if available)

Friday, April 23 - Monday, April 26

Festival of Films
12 noon - 9pm
At various locations throughout Palm Beach County.

Friday, April 23

Student Showcase of Films
Palm Beach Gardens Community High School Theater

Special Presentation
Her Name is Steven
Lake Worth Playhouse
See the stunning CNN documentary about Lake Worth City Manager Susan Stanton, formerly Largo City Manager Steve Stanton. Stanton tells a dramatic story of public and private struggle during this transition.
Q&A following the screening with Stanton and director, Dave Timko

$100 per person
The Omphoy Ocean Resort Hotel
2842 South Ocean Blvd., Palm Beach, FL
This year PBIFF will feature Silver Screen Splash, the biggest soiree by the beach, honoring the world of films at The Omphoy Ocean Resort. It is at this new spotlight event where PBIFF will proudly present the Life Time Achievement Award to Burt Reynolds and Horizon Award to The Blind Side's, Quinton Aaron. Dive into the Omphoy's after hours to indulge in a decadent array of sweets, house made candy, tropical libations, specialty coffeetini's, dancing and awards presentation beachside!

Spend the weekend at Palm Beach's hottest resort with special festival rates visit or call 561.540.6440.

Saturday and Sunday, April 24 - 25

It’s a Weekend of Shorts
Regular theatre admission
12 noon - 7pm both days
Lake Worth Playhouse

Moviegoers will have the opportunity to watch short independent films throughout the weekend, so get comfortable!

Saturday, April 24

Educational Seminars
Free Admission
Sponsored by Governor’s Office of Film & Entertainment
10am - 12 noon
The OMPHOY Resort Hotel

Private VIP Party
10pm - midnight
The Cottage
522 Lucerne Avenue

Following the films, the Cottage will host a private party for sponsors, platinum and premiere ticket holders and filmmakers.

Sunday, April 25

Education Seminar “The Greening of Production”
10am - 12 noon
Lake Worth Playhouse
Following the screening GRENLIT the festival will focus on how the production community can focus and aide in the quest for a greener world.

Student Showcase of Films Screenings
Cobb Theatres, Downtown at the Gardens

Voices of Local Films
Cobb Theatres, Downtown at the Gardens

Screening under the stars - Chicago
Free Admission
Ocean Avenue Amphitheatre
129 E. Ocean Ave.
With the right song and dance, you can get away with murder. In a city where everyone loves a legend, there's only room for one. The one movie that has it all.
6 time Oscar ® winner, including Best Picture. Directed by Rob Marshall.
Bring a blanket, a picnic, bottle of wine and enjoy a fun, legendary romantic musical under the stars along the Intracoastal Waterway in Boynton Beach.

Late Night at The Omphoy Resort Hotel
Cash bar
The OMPHOY Ocean Resort Hotel
Following the movie screenings continue jamming into the night oceanfront! This will be an opportunity to spend a music and dance filled evening outside under the stars on the fabulous The Omphoy Resort oceanfront patio.

Monday, April 26

Closing Night Film and Fiesta!
$30 per person
Cobb Theaters, Downtown at the Gardens
The 15th Annual Festival screens the final film presentation featuring the passionate and thought-provoking Exam, directed by Stuart Hazeldine and starring Luke Mably (28 Days Later).

It’s a Wrap! Fiesta!
$20 party only
Cabo Flats Cantina and Tequila Bar
11701 Lake Victoria Ave., Downtown at the Gardens

Following the closing night film, the Palm Beach International Film Festival makes a splash as it wraps up the five-day celebration of film as we fiesta and salsa the night away at one of the hottest cantinas in Palm Beach. Audience Favorite Awards will be presented during the celebration.

Advanced reservations required, tickets now on sale call 561.362.0003.

Saturday, May 1 - Sunday, May 2

Best of the Fest
Regular Theatre Admission
Cobb Theaters, Jupiter 18
Jupiter, FL
The best films of the 15th Annual Palm Beach International Film Festival will be screened throughout the weekend.

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