Sonoma Cinematic

Sonoma International Film Festival

Sonoma International Film Festival

A film festival in down-to-earth wine country: Yep, that’s the ticket to a good time. So get your ticket for the Sonoma International Film Festival. Presented by United MileagePlus® Cards from Chase*. Spring is the perfect time of year to be in wine country, with wildflowers blooming. Walk to your movies!

Sonoma Film Festival

Meet the filmmakers and the stars, soak in the valley beauty, and check out panel discussions. Head to special screenings like the women-focused adventure film series No Man’s Land.

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The back-lot tent features food, drinks, mingling, and live music, plus special events and after-parties.

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Make it a start-to-finish weekend with the kickoff soiree and final awards ceremony, or sip and swirl your way through a cinematic weekend while catching a few films in between. It’s showtime, Sonoma!

Sonoma International Film Festival Wine Country Sonoma Valley

BONUS: Meet others and have fun on SIFF’s Sip Trips—guided tours featuring everything from bubbles to the best whites and reds in the region. Sippity-do!

*United credit cards are issued by JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A.

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