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The Palm Beach International Film Festival is committed to supporting emerging filmmakers of today and tomorrow. We strive to recognize new and original voices throughout the world and channel the excitement of film into our local schools.

Now in its 19th year, the festival has showcased thousands of award-winning films, hosted filmmakers, actors, industry professionals and press from around the globe.

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Film In Focus: MAGIC FLUTE DIARIES

 MAGIC FLUTE DIARIESMAGIC FLUTE DIARIES

Tuesday, April 15------The Palm Beach International Film Festival will host the World Premiere screening this evening of MAGIC FLUTE DIAIRES. The film screens as part of the Reel Rhythms section of the Festival, devoted to music films (more on this tomorrow).

The Magic Flute's all pervading themes of love and betrayal, reward and retribution, coupled with the encompassing power of Mozart's brilliant score have given rise to a unique motion picture in the hands of filmmaker Kevin Sullivan, set during Mozart's 250th birthday celebration year. Young virtuoso singer Tom (Warren Christie) is cast in the lead role of Tamino in the staging of The Magic Flute in Salzburg.

Cast opposite Tom as Pamina, is a mysterious diva (Mireille Asselin) from Eastern Europe - a mysterious diva with whom Tom quickly falls in love. Nothing is as it seems and we soon learn that Tom's mysterious love interest is being held against her will in a lavish palace. Famed musicologist Dr. Richard Nagel has been forced to train her in The Magic Flute's arias. Sensing the danger that the diva is in, Dr. Nagel knows he must help her. He must shape her into the most mesmerizing Pamina Salzburg has ever heard. But the diva disappears, jeopardizing the premiere of the production and Tom's world careens out of control.

He enters a world of intrigue and danger that is reflected in his on stage role in Mozart's classic fairytale. Tom finds his life and fortunes held hostage, as he is forced into a perilous world in order to save his co-star. The Magic Flute transports the audience into an elaborate musical spectacle that brings to life all of the extravagance of the 18th century with the energy of a contemporary pop video. It's a world that is exotic, thrilling and beautiful.

Mixing on-stage performances with backstage drama, this is a unique rendering of one of the world's most beautiful operatic experiences.

Sandy Mandelberger, Palm Beach FF Dailies Editor

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