The Palm Springs Film Society is getting ready for the upcoming 26th edition of the Palm Springs International Film Festival. If you want to secure your place, passes and 6-packs are now
available for purchase at www.psfilmfest.org.
Th Palm Springs International Film Festival is now inviting submissions of narrative and documentary features for its 26th edition. Awards offered include the John Schlesinger Filmmaker Prize for Outstanding Debut Feature (narrative or documentary), FIPRESCI Award for Best Foreign Language Feature, New Voices/New Visions Award for best new directors, and Audience Awards for Best Narrative Feature and Best Documentary.
Regular Deadline: September 2, 2014
Final Deadline: October 7, 2014
To submit visit HERE
Call For Interns
to learn more about film, communications, event planning, and business management. Internships vary by department,
but you can expect to work a minimum of 20 hours a week for at least 6 weeks. Most of their Fall internships begin in
September and October and run through this year’s 26th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival, which takes
place January 2-12, 2015.
It takes an enormous amount of planning and hard work to put together a successful festival. PSIFS is seeking applicants
who want to know what goes into the operation of a world-renowned film festival and are ready to develop skills and
gain hands-on experience. They ask that their interns have a strong interest in the field they are pursuing and exhibit
computer proficiency and a strong work ethic.
For available positions and instructions on how to apply, check out their Internships Program page