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Palm Springs Art Museum Summer Film Series

PASSION FOR FASHION

It's free, it's fun, and it's all about Fashion. Some people may desert us, but for the hardcore desert dwellers who embrace the heat, we've crafted a summer series of films for you to enjoy in our cool air-conditioned Annenberg Theater. 

ADMISSION IS FREE

101 N Museum Dr
Palm Springs, CA 92262
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This series is sponsored by Film Struck, the streaming service with all the favorite classic and art house films for cinefiles. All attendees will receive a special promo code for an exclusive free trial of Film Struck as well as the opportunity to receive free blu-rays from the Criterion Collection.


BELLE DE JOUR


Thursday, June 14
6:00 PM

Catherine Deneuve's porcelain perfection hides a cracked interior in one of the actress's most iconic roles: Séverine, a Paris housewife who begins secretly spending her after­noon hours working in a bordello. This surreal and erotic late-sixties daydream from provocateur for the ages Luis Buñuel is an examination of desire as well as a gently absurdist take on contemporary social mores and class divisions. Catherine Deneuve's costumes were designed by Yves St. Laurent.


FIRST MONDAY IN MAY 

Thursday, July 19
6:00 PM

Follows the creation of The Metropolitan Museum of Art's most attended fashion exhibition in history, "China: Through The Looking Glass," an exploration of Chinese-inspired Western fashions by Costume Institute curator Andrew Bolton.


THE COOK, THE THIEF, HIS WIFE, AND HER LOVER

Thursday, August 16
6:00 PM

At Le Hollandais gourmet restaurant, every night is filled with opulence, decadence, and gluttony. But when the cook, a thief, his wife and her lover all come together, they unleash a shocking torrent of sex, food, murder and revenge. An artful masterpiece with clothing design by Jean Paul Gaultier.


Antonio Lopez 1970: Sex Fashion & Disco

Thursday, September 21
6:00 PM

This feature documentary-based time capsule concerning Paris and New York between 1969 and 1973 is viewed through the eyes of Antonio Lopez, the dominant fashion illustrator of the time, and told through the lives of those colorful and sometimes outrageous milieu. 

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