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The Donald M. Ephraim Palm Beach Film Festival© Sets French Comedy for Opening Night

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WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - EntSun -- (West Palm Beach, FL – December 14, 2022) "Experience the Magic of Cinema" is the slogan of a major new cultural event: The Donald M. Ephraim Palm Beach Film Festival© Presented by MorseLife. Offering dozens of unique features, documentaries, and short films from 20 different countries, the inaugural festival will have a truly international focus, celebrating cinematic excellence and reflecting a commitment to global diversity.

From its Opening Night at the Kravis Center Cohen Pavilion on January 26—with the USA premiere of the French comedy Two Tickets to Greece—straight through to its February 16 Closing Night at the CMX Downtown in Palm Beach Gardens, The Donald M. Ephraim Palm Beach Film Festival will entertain, enthrall, involve, and delight movie fans at multiple first-class cinemas, including CMX at the Gardens, CMX Wellington, Movies of Lake Worth, Paragon at Delray Marketplace and the Regal Royal Palm Beach.

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Why should movie fans attend this major new cultural event? Festival Founder Donald M. Ephraim says it will "bring highly anticipated, critically acclaimed, and thought-provoking films to Palm Beach County, alongside exclusive events with actors and directors, offering something to appeal to every community and demographic. We look forward to featuring the work of both emerging and established filmmakers worldwide, a high-quality mix of independent films with broad appeal, timely documentaries, and short films."

In addition to American, British, French, and Israeli movies, the upcoming festival will showcase a global array of audience-wowing and mind-expanding films from Canada, Austria, Germany, Italy, Sweden, Morocco, Kazakhstan, Kurdistan, New Zealand, Bolivia, Uruguay, Mexico, and more

The Opening Night Film, Two Tickets to Greece, is a happy relationship comedy from France directed by Marc Fitoussi. This fun feature film, also known as Les Cyclades, follows the recently divorced Blandine, who is struggling to get back to her life. She reconnects with her former best friend, the loud and fearless Magalie, who imposes herself on a trip they dreamed of as teenagers: Amorgos, the beautiful location where The Big Blue was shot. When they reach their destination, they realize the dreamy vacation doesn't go as planned since they both now have a very different approach to vacation... and life! Director Marc Fitoussi will attend the Opening Night screening as a Special Guest of The Donald M. Ephraim Palm Beach Film Festival. The movie's USA Premiere will be held at the Kravis Center Cohen Pavilion.

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Available for Interview:
Ellen Wedner, Founding Festival Director

The Donald M. Ephraim Palm Beach Film Festival©

305.586.6215 /

Media Contact:

Gary Schweikhart, PR-BS

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Source: PR by Schweikhart
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