Cybil Shepherd sat among fans in Temecula to watch the world premier of a director's cut of one of her most obscure films.
"At Long Last Love" (1975) screened during the Saturday at 9 p.m. at the in the Tower Plaza.
The film is a musical staring Shepherd, Burt Reynolds and Madeline Kahn with music composed by Cole Porter. It was never broadcasted, televised or shown in this edition before, said Annette Brown, spokesperson for the festival.
She sat in the crowd among festival goers as Peter Bogdanovich, the film's director, producer and writer, introduced the film.
Also, Connie Stevens, known for her role as Cricket Blake in "Hawaiian Eye," screened a film she wrote, directed and produced at the festival.
"Saving Grace B. Jones" is the story of a couple whose family life is thrown into chaos when the husband's sister moves out of an assylum and into their home.
The story is based -- not too loosely -- on events that happened to her when she was a child, she told audience members during a question and answer period at the end of the film.
Also the music festival began Saturday, featuring musicians from all over the world.
To see a photo gallery of the events of the night, click on the image above.