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Daniel Day-Lewis to Be Given Desert Palm Achievement Award

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on December 4, 2007 - 7:45pm
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The Palm Springs International Film Festival has announced that Daniel Day-Lewis, star of the upcoming Paul Thomas Anderson film There Will Be Blood, will be presented the Desert Palm Achievement Award at the Festival's January 5 gala event, reports the Palm Springs Desert Sun. The Festival includes screenings of over 200 films as well as special events, seminars, and runs January 3-14.

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The Palm Springs International Film Festival has announced that Daniel Day-Lewis, star of the upcoming Paul Thomas Anderson film There Will Be Blood, will be presented the Desert Palm Achievement Award at the Festival's January 5 gala event, reports the Palm Springs Desert Sun. The Festival includes screenings of over 200 films as well as special events, seminars, and runs January 3-14. For more information, visit mydesert.com or psfilmfest.org.

Nonesuch will release the soundtrack for There Will Be Blood, with music by Jonny Greenwood, on December 18.

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Jonny Greenwood "There Will Be Blood" [cover]

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