Tickets on sale now for two wine films and tastings!

It’s not the SLO Film Fest without FILM, WINE AND FUN! This year we have two wine related films that are both well worth catching at some point during the March 12-17 Festival.

TIN CITY – World Premiere
Sponsored by XPressFill, Taste! and Krush 92.5 

In the heart of Paso Robles Wine Country there is a concentrated village – a wine region within a wine region – populated by rebellious, creative winemakers, brew and cider masters and distillers working at the razor’s edge of their craft. Upstarts and industry veterans work side by side to thrive together and make history. Welcome to Tin City, an industrial epicurean playground that has grown into a mecca for food and wine travelers from around the world. Paso Robles filmmaker Dina Mande profiles the creative souls who introduce us to their unique world of boutique wine, cider and craft beer. 80 min. USA

Director/Writer/Producer: Dina Mande
Website: https://www.tincityfilm.com

BUY NOWThursday 7:00pm Fremont Theatre
Friday 7:00pm Park Cinemas
Sunday 1:00pm Park Cinemas

Sponsored by Travel Paso, The Wine History Project of SLO County and Krush 92.5

Receptions sponsored by JUSTIN Winery & Downtown Wineries of Paso Robles

Late in the evening of Sunday, Oct. 8th, 2017, a series of wildfires ignited Northern California’s beloved wine country. Shocked residents who lost homes and businesses, first responders, chefs and winemakers share their harrowing accounts while the fallen community begins to rebuild. On Nov. 21, one very long table was set in a vineyard, on the Napa-Sonoma border, to bring together 500 community members, first responders and fire victims for a harvest lunch and fundraiser, spearheaded by “Uncrushable” director, Chef Tyler Florence, event coordinators and caterers. The spirit of community and healing is palpable in this inspiring story of loss and recovery. 70 min. USA

Director: Tyler Florence
Producers: Amanda Gold and Natalie Cain
Website: https://www.uncrushablethemovie.com

Meet Tyler Florence in San Luis Obispo at a reception before the 2pm screening at the Fremont Theatre, hosted by The Downtown Wineries of Paso Robles. Located in the historic downtown area, they are a microcosm of the various AVAs of Paso. Mostly family-owned, the wineries take pride not only in the small batch wines they make but also in their hospitality.

Proud to support UNCRUSHABLE – a movie that captures the essence of the human heart to rise above adversity and facilitate healing – the downtown wineries will be pouring varietals in honor of the Napa-Sonoma Wineries: Chardonnays, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlots and Pinot Noirs amongst other varietals.

Wine tasting is included in the price of the movie ticket.

Meet Tyler Florence in Paso Robles at an exclusive reception before the 7pm screening at the Park Cinemas in Paso Robles on Thursday evening. JUSTIN Winery Tasting Room on the Park (811 12th St.) will host a wine and appetizers reception from 5:30-6:30pm. Limited tickets include the reception and movie. Tickets for the movie only will be available on a first-come, first-served basis at 6:45pm at the Park Cinemas.

BUY NOWThursday – 1:00pm reception
2:00pm Movie at Fremont Theatre
$15 General / $12 Students & Film Society (Reception & Movie)

Thursday – 5:30pm reception JUSTIN Winery Tasting Room / 7:00pm Movie at Park Cinemas, Paso Robles
$35 General / $25 Students & Film Society (Reception & Movie)

All Festival passes can be used for all three screenings of the movie, but only Movie Mogul passes can be used for the JUSTIN Winery reception.

Saturday – 4:00pm Movie at Park Cinemas
All passes welcome
Tickets will be sold at the Park Cinemas box office at 3:45pm

BUY NOWTickets are still available for our pre-festival movie night at Trilogy at Monarch Dunes on Wednesday, February 27 at 7:00pm. We’ll be sharing a sneak preview of three short films that will be in the upcoming Festival, and there will be appetizers and a no host bar. Tickets are only $8!

See you at the movies!

Wendy Eidson
SLO Film Fest Director

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