Palm Springs - Individual tickets for the fifth annual "Cinema Diverse" Palm Springs Gay and Lesbian Film Festival go on sale today (September 1, 2012).
The festival is planned for Sept. 20th through 23rd at Camelot Theaters in Palm
Springs and will include 22 feature films. The festival is presented by arts non-profit Palm Springs Cultural Center. Organizers are screening twice as many films as last year and the most in a single year.
Individual tickets are $13 each and can be bought at Camelot Theaters, 2300 E. Baristo Road, by calling (888) 718-4253 or online at www.camelottickets.com.
The theater box office is open from 11:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily.
Passes are also available -- all-access for $149, dozen pass for $129
and half-dozen pass for $69.
The all-access pass includes all special events and all festival screenings.
For more information on the festival, go to www.cinemadiverse.org.
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