This Year’s Festival, beginning January 26th and lasting through February 16th, launches with International focus showcasing world-class feature films, documentaries and shorts at nearly 100 in-theater screenings throughout Palm Beach County
“Experience the Magic of Cinema” is the slogan of a major new cultural event that begins this week: The Donald M. Ephraim Palm Beach Film Festival© Presented by MorseLife. From January 26th to February 16th the festival is to bring highly anticipated, critically acclaimed, and thought-provoking films to Palm Beach County.
“Our Festival will fulfill our mission to bring highly anticipated, critically acclaimed, and thought-provoking films to Palm Beach County… alongside exclusive events with actors, and directors,” says Festival Founder Donald M. Ephraim. “We are featuring the work of both emerging and established filmmakers from around the world; a high-quality mix of mainstream films with broad appeal, timely documentaries, and short films.”
As a world-class film festival, The Donald M. Ephraim Palm Beach Film Festival represents a major contribution to the cultural life of Palm Beach County. Celebrating cinematic excellence and reflecting a commitment to global diversity, this year’s festival will have a truly international focus, offering dozens of unique features, documentaries, and short films from 20 different countries.
FThe U.S. premiere of Two Tickets to Greece opens The Donald M. Ephraim Palm Beach Film Festival Presented by MorseLife running Jan. 26 – Feb. 16 throughout Palm Beach County, Florida. (Photo: Business Wire)
Beginning with the January 26th opening night of the U.S. premiere of the French comedy Two Tickets to Greece, The Donald M. Ephraim Palm Beach Film Festival will entertain, enthrall, involve, and delight movie fans with nearly 100 in-theater screenings at eight first-class cinemas throughout Palm Beach County, including IPIC and the Kravis Center.
“Through this new film festival which is presented by MorseLife Health System, the premier provider of health care and residential services for seniors in Palm Beach County for nearly 40 years, we hope to reach into the broader community to raise awareness for MorseLife services, uplift minds, and touch hearts,” says MorseLife President and CEO Keith A. Myers.
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Palm Beach Film Festival Highlights:
- Dinner and A Movie, specially curated films for a unique festival experience
@ IPIC Boca Raton January 29th, 30th, & 31st.
@ IPIC Delray January 30th, February 6 & 13th
- Rally Caps, A Film For The Entire Family
@ Movies of Lake Worth January 29th
@CMX Downtown at the Gardens February 5th
- Calendar Girls, A delightful Documentary
@ The Movies of Lake Worth January 28th
@ CMX Downtown at the Gardens February 4th@ Regal Royal Palm February 7th
About Donald M. Ephraim:
Donald M. Ephraim is no stranger to the arts and its business relationship. After spending most of his life as a lawyer in Chicago representing some of the city’s biggest and brightest celebrities (including famous film critics Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel). Ephraim retired to North Palm Beach in the late 1990s. For many years Ephraim funded and significantly guided the Donald M. Ephraim Palm Beach Jewish Film Festival. He is currently on the Board of Directors of the Cultural Council for Palm Beach County, where he helped in the creation and funding of the forward-leaning Institute for Cultural Advancement and the Donald M. Ephraim Family Gallery.
Founded in 1983, MorseLife is a provider of health care and residential services for seniors in Palm Beach County. Since opening, they’ve remained committed to their mission and vision ensuring that older adults enjoy full, rewarding lives in an atmosphere of luxury, outstanding service, and compassionate care.
MorseLife serves more than 3,600 seniors daily on its campus in West Palm Beach and through its community outreach programs. A charitable, not-for-profit organization, its programs include exceptional all-inclusive Independent and Assisted Living, state-of-the-art Short-Term Rehabilitation, award-winning Long-Term Care, and innovative Memory Care. Additionally, MorseLife’s community-based services offer Private and Skilled Home Health Care, and compassionate end-of-life support through Palm Beach Hospice and Palliative Care.
Details About The Event
Tickets to The Donald M. Ephraim Palm Beach Film Festival© are available now by phone at 561-782-8931 (Monday-Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.) or online 24/7 at DMEPBFF.org.
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