More good news from the SLO Film Fest!

With an increasing number of film festivals popping up around the Central Coast, we are very happy to announce that the New Times has deemed the SLO Film Fest as the BEST FILM FESTIVAL of SLO County!

Pick up this week’s issue to see this honor in print or click here to see who else their readers chose as 2019 Best!

And speaking of other SLO County film festivals, there are two community events we thought you might want to know about…

SLO Motion Film and The Fremont Theater are proud to present: A Night of Patagonia Films – May 18th, 2019, at the historic Fremont Theater.

SLO Motion is a new film organization in San Luis Obispo, dedicated to building community through engaging experiences and films.  Valuing environmental activism, adventure, and community, SLO Motion sees film as the medium that anchors them all together.

On May 18th, 2019, four exciting Patagonia films highlighting mountain biking (Life of Pie), skiing (Treeline), running (Wolfpack), and surfing (Fishpeople), will showcase the connection between adventure and the environment and will feature a Q&A with surf legend Keith Malloy, director of Fishpeople.

Pre-sale ickets are available at BooBoo Records or at fremontslo.com

Saturday, May 18th, 2019 – Fremont Theater
Tickets General Admission: $21
Tickets Students and Seniors: $19
Doors open 7:00pm
Feature Presentation 8:00pm with Keith Malloy Q&A to follow

For more information, visit www.slomotionfilm.com or follow us on Instagram @slomotionfilm, Facebook @SLOmotionfilm


Attention Local Filmmakers!

CCSPA is a nonprofit organization supporting our local State Parks. They’re hosting the Wild and Scenic Film Festival, September 14-22, 2019. They are seeking submissions of short (<30 min.) films by local filmmakers to be shown during the Festival.

They’re looking for films which are environmentally focused / conservation minded, and relevant to the Central Coast. Some potential topics might include:

  • Programs, docents or volunteers in our local State Parks
  • Indigenous people and/or culture of the Central Coast
  • Issues related to local wildlife
  • Highlighting activities taking place on public lands from Ragged Point to Oso Flaco Lake

Sound intriguing? They want to hear from you! Email Alissa Maddren: events@centralcoastparks.orgor call (805) 548-0390.