Thursday is when the star-studded town of Pacific Palisades, California at the end of Sunset Boulevard kicks off its seventh annual Pacific Palisade Film festival with a screening of the acclaimed, award-winning film, The Seventh Python.
Produced by our pals at Frozen Pictures, The Seventh Python tells the story of Monty Python associate and legendary pop music satirist Neil Innes, and is the subject of a major article in this week's Palisadian-Post newspaper.
The Seventh Python screens with Jennifer Clary's short, The Christmas Conspiracy,'at 7 p.m. at the Pierson Playhouse (also known as Theatre Palisades), at 941 Temescal Canyon Road. That's right off Sunset Boulevard or the Pacific Coast Highway, across from the high school.
Tickets are $10. Everyone gets a free, collectors item poster.