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Enjoy A 'New World' in Palm Springs Festival

January 7, 2006 (2:48 am) GMT
The 12-day Palm Springs International Film Festival opened with Terrence Malick's "The New World" Thursday Jan 5th

January the 5th has marked the opening of the 17th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival, a special event in which Terrence Malick's epic "" was shown off to filmgoers. Set in America in the 1600s, the adventure flick provoked abuzz among the attendances who soon after the screening said the film was either brilliant or awful.

Spotted attending the festival was "The New World" producer Sarah Green and co-star . To note, the fest which runs through Jan. 16, will show 232 films from more than 70 countries. The lineup includes four world premieres with 31 North American premieres and 51 U.S. premieres. In addition, the schedule includes 51 of the 56 films submitted for consideration in the foreign-language film category for the 78th Annual Academy Awards.

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