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CONFETTI – one time screening, Desert Film Society

April 16, 2022 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am




one-time presentation

Palm Springs Premiere


CONFETTTI (China & U.S.)



Palm Springs Cultural Center’s Historic Camelot Theatre, Saturday, April 9, 2022

10:00 AM :::: Doors open at 9:40 AM w/film introduction at 9:50 AM.

Free to Desert Film Society Members –or- $15 at the door.


How far would a mother go to reverse her child’s fate?  Based on writer/director Ann Hu’s story, that’s the question facing Lan, who travels with her 9-year-old severely dyslexic daughter from their small town in China to New York City.  An immigrant experience combined w/ a mother-daughter story.


Genre:  Drama/Family

Run time: 86 min

Country:  China / U.S.

Language:  English & Mandarin

Premiere:  Palm Springs / Coachella Valley

Director:   Ann Hu

Screenwriters: Ann Hu (screenplay), Adetoro Makinde (story editor)

Michael Sladek (story consultant)

Producer:  Joshua A. Green

Principal Cast: Zhu Zhu, Helen Slater, Harmonie He, Li Yanan,

George Christopher and Amy Irving

Website:  confettifilm.com

Distributor:  Jagman Productions

Trailer:  https://www.confettifilm.com/trailer


Tickets:  Free to 2022 DFS members.  Non-members $15 cash at the door.  Complimentary coffee & pastries.

Covid Restrictions:  Photo ID, Proof of full vaccination including booster shot,  Seating is socially distanced.  Please allow 2 empty seats between you and another party and do not sit directly behind anyone.  Masks are no longer required, but recommended,



April 16, 2022
10:00 am - 11:30 am
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Desert Film Society
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Palm Springs Cultural Center
2300 E. Baristo Rd.
Palm Springs, CA 92264 United States
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