Idyllwild Festival of Cinema Finds Its Niche

"The Red Pill" by documentarian Cassie Jaye examines a group called the Men's Rights Movement. Photo courtesy of Idyllwild International Festival of Cinema."The Red Pill" by documentarian Cassie Jaye examines a group called the Men's Rights Movement. Photo courtesy of Idyllwild International Festival of Cinema.

By Julie Pendray

IDYLLWILD, Calif. — A chance to meet movie makers informally at restaurants, plus opportunities for wood-fire romance among mountain scenery attract film fans to the Idyllwild International Festival of Cinema each January. Billed as one of California’s fastest growing indie movie showcases, the event, now in its 8th year, will run Jan. 5-15, up from seven days last year. Over 130 films will represent filmmakers from as far away as Hong Kong, the UK, India, Iran and Kosovo, as well as the United States.

See my full story on the festival in Palm Springs Life magazine.

 

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