Two more SLO Film Fest special events on sale now!

Whether you’re a wine lover, a runner or a cyclist (or all of the above) we have a movie for you, and tickets are on sale now!

Presented by Paso Wine Alliance / Vintage Paso Robles: Zinfandel and Park Cinemas

Colin West has journeyed around the world to film every aspect of the making and enjoyment of wine. This film focuses on his adventures in Australia a few years ago and is an energetic and interesting romp that includes not only wine making all over the country, but also sky diving, surfing and more. Enjoy this rarely seen film by Washington-bred Colin West: filmmaker, adventurer and consummate wine lover. Documentary. 76 min.

winelifeThis film is one segment of a three–part event, that begins with a “Zinposium” at the Paso Robles Inn Ballroom, hosted by Master Sommelier Peter Neptune, who will lead participants through a tasting of Zins and Zin-blends from 5:30-6:30pm.

After the movie, party the night away at the Paso Robles Inn Ballroom and sample 18 Paso Robles wineries on a Zinfandel walk-around tasting, complemented by a fantastic dessert selection. Tickets for the Zinposium and After-party are available at

buy-nowFriday, March 17 – 7:00pm
Park Cinemas, Paso Robles

$12 general / $10 students and Film Society members
(Mogul passes only for this Special Presentation event)

Presented by RaceSLO

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All types of athletes at all levels will enjoy this inspiring evening of two new documentaries about both a world-class cyclist and runner, who not only explore their limits but make you question yours!

Eric Byrnes played eleven seasons of major league baseball and was inducted into the UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame. After retiring in 2010, Eric found a new way to channel his epic energy. From the baseball diamond to the Western States 100 Mile Endurance Run, Eric’s determination is inspiring and unstoppable. 42 min. USA.

Giuseppe Marinoni found his calling when he transitioned from champion cyclist to master bike craftsman. But after years hunched over toxic fumes, his passion almost killed him. At age 75, Marinoni was back in shape, and decided to attempt the world hour record for his age group on a legendary bike he built with his own hands almost 40 years ago. 87 min. Canada.

buy-nowThursday, March 16 – 7:00pm
Mission Cinemas, SLO
$12 general / $10 students & Film Society
(Mogul passes only for this Special Presentation event)