Idyllwild International Film Festival 2020 gears up for 11th season with opening night costume gems from China and UK

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IDYLLWILD – The Idyllwild International Festival of Cinema, which runs March 9-15, will open its 2020 schedule with feature drama “Song of Love” from Beijing filmmaker Peng Jun. The movie, based on real events, takes place during the great famine which devastated China in 1959. Also, on the opening day agenda is a stylish and beautiful retelling of Emily Bronte’s “Wuthering Heights,” a joint U.K. and U.S. production filmed in the British landscapes of Bronte’s classic novel. Both films, along with a full schedule of features, short films and documentaries from six continents, will screen during the festival’s official opening day, Tuesday, March 10, with Monday, March 9, being a soft opening spotlighting top animation entries. Festival executive producer Trinity Ho
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