Sonoma International Film Festival 

Sonomawood

When

March 26–29, 9 a.m.–11 p.m.; opening gala March 25, 5:30 p.m.

Where

Two blocks north of Sonoma’s Plaza between First Streets East and West

Why You Should Go

This Sonoma Valley gem offers world-class features, documentary, world and short films, special dinner events from noted chefs and exceptional wine and spirits from celebrated purveyors. Mingle with filmmakers, industry leaders and celebrities attending what MovieMaker Magazine named one of the “25 Coolest Festivals in the World.” Passes to the five-day festival include access to more than 120 films, daytime and evening access to the SIFF backlot tent and ample opportunity to interact with all the best that SIFF and the Sonoma Valley have to offer. Presented by United MileagePlus Cards from Chase.

Cost

$15 individual films, $10 rush line, $35 Film Punch Card, $350 Cinema Pass, $975 Soiree Pass

Find Out More

sonomafilmfest.org, 707.933.2600

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