SLO Film Fest Premiere, Fremont Theater - 91 Harvests - CANCELED

3/18/20

Message from SLO Film Fest, March 12:


As of this morning, the San Luis Obispo Public Health agency, in accordance with State health guidelines surrounding the impacts of the Coronavirus/COVID-19 has asked that the SLO Film Fest be cancelled. We are incredibly sad to have to now convey this news but the March 17-22 will not be happening as scheduled. 

We will begin the process of working with filmmakers to find new ways to share variations of the festival’s program in the future, when it is safe to do so.
On behalf of our staff, volunteers, sponsors, vendors and many more who have been working hard for many months to present what was set to be our biggest and best festival ever. It is truly heart-breaking but we know this is the right plan of action at this time. We appreciate the love and support we get from our community and appreciate your patience as we sort out the aftermath and determine the best way forward. There will definitely be ways to share some of these exceptional films with our audiences.

Like many non-profit organizations and small businesses, these developments will deeply impact SLO Film Fest creating a significant financial loss. For that reason, we are requesting that festival-goers please consider converting their festival pass and ticket purchase into a donation. However, all 2020 passes will be honored for next year. 

Individual tickets will be offered a voucher good for a future event or the next edition of the film festival. We will be in contact with all patrons over the course of the next few weeks to offer more details regarding ticketing.

We appreciate everyone’s patience as the organization navigates this difficult time. Any questions can be sent to info@slofilmfest.org

Thank you,
We are honored and humbled to have been the subject of this wonderful documentary, premiering at the SLO Film Festival in March 2020.

This film takes a loving look at four generations of the Dusi Family, spanning more than 100 years and 91 harvests. Premiering March 18 at the San Luis Obispo Film Festival, with a screening on March 22 in Paso Robles. 

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18TH
7:30 pm
Fremont Theater, San Luis Obispo

91 Harvests will be screened as a double feature with Full Boar, a documentary on Gary Eberle. 

Between the films, enjoy an interactive conversation with Filmmakers of both films as well as Gary & Marcy Eberle and the Dusi Family, hosted by Cork Dorks co-host Adam Monteil. And of course, wine will be served in the lobby before and between the two movies!  

 

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