WHAT: Get your daytime Hollywood glam ready for the Palm Springs Women in Film & TV 10th Annual Broken Glass Awards Luncheon fundraiser to honor extraordinary women who have broken through the glass ceiling, paving the way for others in entertainment, arts and philanthropy.  Stroll the red carpet in style with celebrities and familiar faces amid lights, cameras, paparazzi and a whole lot of action. This year, the Co-Chairs are Elaine Church and DeAnn Lubell.

We are proud to present our 2018 BGA Honorees: Actress Beverly D’Angelo, actress Sharon Stone, Entertainer Kaye Ballard, Author Sue Cameron, Non-Profit founder Selby Dunham, and actress Elizabeth McLaughlin.

WHEN: Monday, November 5, 2018

TIME: 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.


WHERE:  Agua Caliente Casino Resort & Spa in Rancho Mirage

COST: General Ticket – $100.00 or Table of 10 – $1,000.00 (A reserved table for 10 guests)

CONTACT:  Tel: 760-238-0306 • Email:

ABOUT THE HONOREES:  Beverly D’Angelo, known to be one of the most down-to-earth movie stars, gained fame in the beloved comedy National Lampoon’s Vacation and the following three sequels, as well as appearing in countless movies, television and Broadway roles.  Sharon Stone is a Golden Globe (“Casino”) and EMMY winner (“The Practice”), and Career Achievement Winner from AARP Movies for Grownups. She is best known for “Basic Instinct” and her philanthropic efforts for AmfAR and many other humanitarian efforts. Kaye Ballard has been entertaining for seven decades, a singing funny girl of TV, nightclubs and musical stage (“Funny Girl”). Sue Cameron, known for her decades as a journalist with the Hollywood Reporter, is also the author of “Hollywood Secrets and Scandals,” “Hope, Healing and Help for Survivors of Sexual Abuse: A Faith-Based Journey to Healing” and “Love, Sex and Murder.”  Selby Dunham is the founder of Bighorn BAM, a non-profit organization that has raised millions of dollars for cancer care for the Coachella Valley. Elizabeth McLaughlin, PSWIFT’s “Rising Star” honoree, has been seen in “Betrayal” (ABC), “Hand of God” (Amazon) and “Pretty Little Liars” (ABC Family).

PSWIFT created the Broken Glass Awards to honor women who have “broken through the glass ceiling” in film, television, the arts and philanthropy to pave the way for others to follow.  Each year the BGA’s honor four or five women who have distinguished themselves as wonderful examples and successful pioneers in our industry. Over the years they have honored a truly distinguished group of women in our industry and community!