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Sonoma International Film Festival


 

The Sonoma International Film Festival is considerd one of the nation's top ten destination film festivals.  All seven screning venues are withinh walking distance of the historic Sonoma Plaza.  This is one of the most filmmaker-friendly festivals where accommdations are provided thoughout your festival expderience and industry networking leads to distribution.  Enjoy a remarkable five day, stimulating festival in the midst of Sonoma wine country.  We do celebrate the very best in film, food & wine!

Set amidst the unparalleled beauty of the Sonoma Valley wine country, the Annual Sonoma International Film Festival welcomes filmakers and film lovers in April every year to a sun-drenched, luxurious extended weekend, pairing great food, fine wine and more than 100 new independent films from around the world. Film presentations at a variety of venues including the historic Sebastiani Theater on the Sonoma Town Plaza will include: world cinema, feature length narratives, documentaries, shorts and a student film program.


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Sonoma International Film Festival continues online

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Starting April 23 for one week, you can watch some of the best and most popular films from our live festival anytime you want. 25+ features, documentaries and short films are showcased in our virtual catalog. Get a pass for only $50 or watch individually for only $12 per screening. The SIFF Virtual Festival is complimentary to all existing 2022 Silver Patron, Soiree and Cinema passholders

 

 

Virtual Pass only $50 / 25+ Films Available

 

Features Include:

 

Carmen: In a small Mediterranean village in Carmen (Natascha McElhone) has looked after her brother, the local priest, for her entire life. When the church abandons Carmen and she is mistaken for the new priest, Carmen begins to see the world, and herself, in a new light.

 

 

Sweet Disaster:

A late-in-the-game pregnancy and the sudden ending of a relationship are not really a catastrophe each on their own. But combine the two and it is like throwing fire accelerant on charcoal.

 

The Laureate:

Poet and writer Robert Graves returns from the war traumatized and creatively struggling. It takes American poet Laura Riding to reignite Robert's will to live.

 

The Pact:

It's 1948 and 63-year-old "Out of Africa" author Karen Blixen (pen name: Isak Dinesen) is a lonely literary sensation devastated by syphilis and mourning her lost love, until she meets talented 30-year-old poet Thorkild BjÀrnvig. She offers him a Faustian bargain and promises him stardom if he will obey her unconditionally. As her demands become more and more pernicious, Thorkild must choose between BlixenÍs promise of fame or his family.

 

Winterball:

Winter Ball is about an American minor league baseball player who thinks he is about to get his first call up to the Major Leagues. Instead he is sent to the Dominican Republic to play Winter Ball and find his baseball heart.

 

Docs Include:

 

A Crack InThe Mountain:

A small, impoverished Vietnamese community struggles to deal with the opportunity and challenges that arise when Hang Son Doong, the largest cave in the world and a place of extraordinary natural beauty is discovered nearby.

 

Children of The Vine:

A global nightmare is unfolding as Monsanto continues to mislead the public on the safety of Roundup. Children Of The Vine peels back the curtain on how the most widely used herbicide in the world wreaks havoc on public health while non-toxic farming methods prove we don't need Roundup to feed the world.

 

Harvest Moon:

A dream chaser and his family become winemaker masters in the pursuit of new challenges and territories.

 

One Pint At A Time:

Black-owned breweries share less than 1% of craft beer revenues in America. This has inspired Black brewers, beer brand owners and influencers across the country to reshape the future of this multi- billion-dollar industry.

 

The Kitchenistas:

What started as a 7-week nutrition program 8 years ago in National City (CA) has become a 300+ Latina-led movement to raise the health, wellbeing, and resilience of a community. National City has one of the highest rates of obesity and diabetes in San Diego County and in California, and the program graduates, called Kitchenistas are mentoring, advocating, and developing a sisterhood to bring high-quality food and cooking into their homes, schools, city, and beyond.

 
 

 

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