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New foreign film category debuts at ICF 2013

New foreign film category debuts at ICF 2013

The debut of foreign films as a new category at Idyllwild CinemaFest 2013 is a sign of the increasing breadth of programming in the festival’s fourth year. Although the list of films selected won’t be public until Dec. 15, ICF Chairman Phil Calderone knows two particularly striking films will definitely screen — from Russia, “Siberie […]

An Isis Christmas in Idyllwild

“An Isis Christmas” is the Isis Theatre Company’s holiday show. Suzanne Avalon, president and artistic director, promises this will be an elegant evening of stories and song. It begins at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 8, at the Caine Learning Center in Idyllwild. A reception will be held at 7 p.m. prior to curtain. Beginning with […]

Forest Folk visit Mission Inn

Forest Folk visit Mission Inn

Not only do the Forest Folk eat potluck and watch movies, but they travel. Here a group is seen at the 20th Annual Christmas Festival of Lights at Mission Inn in Riverside …

PHOTOS: Idyllwild Arts songwriters perform

PHOTOS: Idyllwild Arts songwriters perform

Idyllwild Arts fall fashion show

Idyllwild Arts fall fashion show

An inner city rugby tale plays at ICF 2013

An inner city rugby tale plays at ICF 2013

“Red, White, Black and Blue,” which screens at Idyllwild CinemaFest 2013, is first a sports story that follows a traditional arc of inner city youth winning on the field and in their own lives, despite the odds stacked against them. But it goes beyond the playing fields and also chronicles the challenges these South Los […]

Scott Foster decides on Idyllwild

Scott Foster decides on Idyllwild

New Idyllwild resident Scott Foster has the kind of entertainment background and resume any athlete, actor, singer, dancer choreographer or music producer would call a world-class career. Foster has had major successes in all of these areas and yet has chosen to live in Idyllwild, away from the noise and pressure of Los Angeles and […]

Idyllwild CinemaFest 2013 featured filmmaker: Gary King

Idyllwild CinemaFest 2013 featured filmmaker: Gary King

New York filmmaker Gary King, one of two Idyllwild CinemaFest 2013 honorees, spent five years in the corporate world of Silicon Valley before deciding to build a career doing what had always been his passion — storytelling, writing and making movies. He ditched the West Coast technology hub and moved with his wife to the […]

Idyllwild CinemaFest 2013 featured filmmaker: Ignatius Fischer

Idyllwild CinemaFest 2013 featured filmmaker: Ignatius Fischer

Ignatius Fischer, one of two Idyllwild CinemaFest 2012 honorees, had one of those off the charts serendipitous launches into the filmmaking business. Like Quentin Tarantino who worked as a clerk in a Manhattan Beach video rental prior to breaking into the business of movie making, Fischer also worked in a South Bay store when he […]

PHOTOS: Idyllwild's 52nd annual tree lighting

PHOTOS: Idyllwild’s 52nd annual tree lighting

Choirs sung holiday songs, Santa Claus was taking official gift requests, bonfires were blazing and hot cocoa was available …

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