for Two to Cinema Epicuria
Disagree with Elvis Mitchell's latest review in the New
Think Roger Ebert's full of sh..., erm, Shasta?
Then take note: Sonoma's New Festival Program Director, Tiffany
Naiman, invites you to dust off your inner film critic and write
your own review of a film that played during one of Sonoma's past fests.
This is not merely a chance to show off your cinematic accumen; this is
your chance to win a 5-day luxury trip to Sonoma Valley,
replete with pampering accommodations at The Fairmount, Sonoma
Mission Inn (with spa treatments), festival passes and usage
of a Porsche Cayenne in Sonoma Valley during the 7th
Annual Film Festival, April 1-April 4th!
for the Trip for Two to Sonoma is February 13, 2004
Details availible soon at www.cinemaepicuria.org
or call: 707.933.2600
Set amidst Sonoma's pleasures of fine food, award-winning wine, soul-stirring
art, and unparalleled natural beauty, Cinema Epicuria
celebrates independant filmmaking that captures the richness of the human
experience. Truly one of the most user-friendly festivals around, Sonoma
is a filmmaker's dream, from the world-class Sebastiani Theatre,
to the kind of low-key networking that may give schmoozing a good name.
the Awards, which were plentiful in the first place, just got, well, more
plentiful. Besides the coveted Best Narrative Feature and Short, Best
Documentary Feature and Short, and Best Lounge Feature and Short, this
year the festival opens up the ballot box for the very discerning Sonoma
film-goer: Audience Awards will be given for Best Director,
Story, Actor and Actress.
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