Burning Days, directed by Emin Alper won the Grand Jury Prize for Narrative Feature at the 26th Sonoma International Film Festival
Sonoma International Film Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: Sonoma International Film Festival
WHERE: Sonoma Valley, CA
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
Sonoma International Film Festival takes place in the heart of Northern California’s Wine Country and features more than 90 hand-selected films including independent features, documentaries, world cinema, shorts and a showcase of Spanish language films.
Directed by Margaret Munzer Loeb and Eden Wurmfeld, Chasing Childhood explores the rapidly changing landscape of contemporary childhood and parenting.
The coronavirus is having a devastating impact on film festivals. San Francisco and RiverRun International Film Festivals have canceled.
The 21st annual Sonoma International Film Festival came to a close over the weekend with the awards ceremony, and IN THE ORCHARD directed by Christopher Knoblock won the prize for Best American Independent Feature.
The Sonoma International Film Festival (SIFF) highly anticipated 20th Anniversary celebration will open on Wednesday, March 29 with The Promise starring Christian Bale and Angela Sarafyan.
Sonoma International Film Festival Announce 2014 Award Winners; “Brahmin Bulls” Starring Mary Steenburgen Wins Best American Independent Feature
The Sonoma International Film Festival’s 17th edition which ran April 2 to 6, 2014, came to a close Sunday night and bestowed awards on the winning films and filmmakers. Brahmin Bulls directed by Mahesh Pailoor and starring Mary Steenburgen, Justin Bartha and Michael Lerner won the award for Best American Independent Feature. In the film, a disillusioned architect and his distant father come together after many years, but when a woman from the past resurfaces, old wounds threaten to break their new-found relationship.