Audrey Hepburn

Join us this fall as Hollywood Signature Classics presents the films of iconic actor Audrey Hepburn. Each film screens weekly, Weds @ 7:00 p.m. at the Camelot Theatres in the Palm Springs Cultural Center

The daughter of a Dutch baroness and an English fascist, Audrey Hepburn seemed to come from nowhere and disappeared just as quickly. Having won an Academy Award for her Hollywood debut, Roman Holiday (1953), she became the embodiment of a new kind of screen chic. But, while she tired of playing gamine Cinderellas, she was restricted in her ambition to grow as an actor by her protective but controlling husband, Mel Ferrer. By the time she freed herself, she had decided she no longer wanted to be a movie star. Hepburn only appeared in four films in the last 25 years of her all-too-brief life, but the 16 she made between 1953-67 brought her five Oscar nominations and helped redefine cinematic charisma.

9/25 - Roman Holiday (1953)
10/2 - Sabrina (1954)
10/9 – Funny Face (1957)
10/16 - Love in the Afternoon (1957)
10/23 - The Nun Story (1959)
10/30 - Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961)
11/6 - Charade (1963)
11/13 - My Fair Lady (1964)
11/20 - Two for the Road (1967)
11/27 - Wait Until Dark (1967)


120 mins


120 mins

Wednesday November 06

My Fair Lady

120 mins

Wednesday November 13

Wait Until Dark

120 mins

Wednesday November 27