Great films coming to the SLO Film Festival soon!

Wow! Have we got a lineup for you!! The 19th Annual San Luis Obispo International Film Festival promises something for everyone, with a wide variety of films of all genres from around the world. Click on the links below to see trailers…and then start making plans to attend the SLOIFF, from March 6-10. And tell your friends!

Take a little time off work and plunge right in with a Movie Mogul Pass! For the incredible price of $250, it will give you priority seating at all films, special events, parties and panels (with the one exception of the Hearst Castle event which is a separate ticket. More info on that soon.) It’s an exceptional deal AND it includes complimentary wine tasting at over 15 Central Coast sponsoring wineries!

The Movie Star and Movie Fanatic Passes are perfect for the festival goer who wants to focus mainly on the films. And speaking of films, check out the list below for a hint of what’s coming soon to San Luis Obispo county. Many of the filmmakers, cast and crew will be here and we are excited to play host to over one hundred talented, amazing individuals.

This is just a few of the great films you have to look forward to:
(click on titles to watch trailer)

Bidder 70

Bidder 70Story of Luke

The Story of LukeG-Dog
G-DogFrench Immersion

French ImmersionKinshasa Symphony

Kinshasa 3So get involved! As an attendee, a sponsor or a volunteer! Stay tuned for more announcements coming soon. Our full film/event schedule will be online on Feb. 14.

Short poster always faithful

And while you’re waiting for the SLOIFF, check out a couple of great movie events happening in SLO County soon. A special showing of ALWAYS FAITHFUL is playing at the Park Cinemas on
Feb. 7th as a benefit for Sherwood Dog Park. Meet filmmaker Harris Done and U.S. Marine Dog Handler, Mike Dowling at the screening! Click here for more information and tickets.

Jim Dee and Bob Whiteford are offering an exciting new monthly screening series at the Palm Theatre. Take Two Live premieres this Sunday, January 27 with HEROES FOR SALE and the series continues through April with more great movie classics and lots of entertaining gab from these two movie aficionados, well known for their long-running Take Two series on KCBX. Click here for more details.

See you at the movies!
Wendy Eidson, SLOIFF Festival Director