You should be able to click onto the images to get a better view. Especially valuable for the panorama images. I still have a few unused photos, but they're from Q&A sessions (Miss Bala and Pig) so those will wait until the reviews.
Don't fret though - I'm hoping to start writing in earnest tomorrow...
|The Regal Cinema which is the backbone of the festival in my view. Lots of screens, central location and the only really nice Regal theater I've ever been in. Think Lincoln Square Cinemas in Bellevue quality - if not nicer.|
|The Regal - lit up with some neon like goodness|
|Just a random shot from the streets of Palm Springs looking up at the hills that bound the town on one side.|
|The upstairs of the Camelot boasts a full bar, tables and this year food service after 3pm. Though that might have been going on in the past and I just didn't pick up on it.|
|The Camelot marque at night.|
|Another snapshot of the hills. Taken as I walked between the Regal and Camelot theater.|
|An attempt to photograph the way beautiful moon on display outside the Camelot one night. Unfortunately I didn't quite have things setup correctly. Was distracted by needing to keep an eye on my place in line.|
|Turns out that iPhone with enough light and a cheap little app can make some pretty nice panoramic pictures. Here's one shot across a vacant lot I walked by on way to Camelot after dropping off my one day rental car at the airport.|
|There's a free shuttle that stops at each venue every 15 minutes. I loves me a fest that doesn't require a car.|
|Some of the functional swag from the lounge. Icelandic Glacial water was a sponsor. Once I discovered the lounge there was no longer a hydration problem - nor a popcorn one anywhere in sight.|