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Palm Beach International Film Festival
(released 4/1/2005)

10th Annual PBIFF is April 14-21, 2005.

Get a jump on the crowd and start with some pre- fest action.


You and a Guest are invited to attend a special advance screening of a film directed by Campbell Scott

OFF THE MAP starring Joan Allen, Sam Elliott, Valentina De Angelis, Jim True-Frost, Amy Brannigan

Tuesday, April 5, 2005
7:30 P.M.
Regal Cinemas
9889 W. Glades Rd.
Boca Raton, FL 33434

Complimentary tickets are available now.

Borders Books & Music in the Shadowood Plaza, across from Regal Shadowood 18 theaters.

Advance screening ticket available for pick-up, in person only, at the Information Desk at Borders Books & Music location mentioned above.

One advance screening ticket issued per person. Each advance screening admits two. Supplies limited. Provided on a first come, first serve basis while supplies last. Each Ticket will Admit 2. Please arrive early for advance screening. Seating is on a first come, first served basis. This ticket does not guarantee you a seat. Theater is not responsible for overbooking. No admittance once screening has begun. This pass is the property of Holedigger Studios who observes the right to refuse access to theather at the discretion of an authorized representative of Holedigger Studios. This ticket is not for resale. This film is RATED PG-13.

Off the Map
In Campbell Scott's, Off the Map, an extraordinary family embarks on a lyrical journey of self-discovery that reveals unexpected moments of grace and the unpredictable but enduring nature of love.

It's 1974 and the harshly beautiful wilds of Taos are home to 11-year-old Bo Groden (Valentina de Angelis) and her free-thinking family. While constantly yearning for escape from her sparse environment, Bo passes the time with flair and imagination. Arlene (Joan Allen), Bo's warm, earthy, and eccentric mother, raises most of the family's food in her vegetable garden -- which she prefers to tend in the nude. Meanwhile, Bo's father, Charley (Sam Elliott), the embodiment of Old West masculinity, is losing the battle with his inner demons. When William Gibbs (Jim True-Frost) arrives, a hapless IRS agent with demons of his own, he soon proves to be a catalyst in the lives of the family during this watershed summer.


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