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Wine Country Film Festival 2013


  1. The Iran Job

    Till Schauder / Documentary, International / Canada, Iran / 2012 / Biography, Cultural, MIddle East, Sports / 93 mins
    When American basketball player Kevin Sheppard, a flashy point-guard from the U.S. Virgin Islands, accepts a job to play in one of the world's most feared countries – Iran - he expects the worst. But what he finds is a country brimming with generosity, acceptance, and sensuality. With a charismatic personality that charms everyone he meets, Kevin forms an unlikely friendship with three outspoken Iranian women who share with him their strong opinions on everything, from politics to religion to gender roles.

    Complimentary Persian appetizers courtesy of Sia Zadeh and Shaharazad Hamidi.

    Precedes: Complimentary Persian appetizers courtesy of Sia Zadeh and Shaharazad Hamidi

    The Iran Job (with Complimentary Persian appetizers courtesy of Sia Zadeh and Shaharazad Hamidi)

    St Patrick's Episcopal Church
    September 28, 2013 2:00 pm

  2. Walk On

    Mark Bashian / Cinema of Conscience, Documentary / USA / 2013 / Comedy, Disabilities, Road Movie, Sports / 82 mins
    Walk On documents the inspirational journey of Joseph Kibler, a physically disabled 21 year old who was born HIV Positive.  Despite medical forecasts, Joseph has gone from wheelchair to walker, walker to crutches, and at the age of 18 he took his first steps with a cane. With the help of a Quadriplegic Stand-up Comedian (Jay Cramer), an Amputee Paralympic Sprinter (Katy Sullivan), and a disabled Purple Heart Veteran, Joseph trains for a lifelong goal of walking in a 6.2 mile AIDS walk while educating others about HIV and disabilities.

    In Person: Joe Kibler, Katy Sullivan, Jay Cramer and Director Mark Bashian To Attend.

    Walk On

    The Dunbar Elementary School
    September 28, 2013 2:45 pm

  3. Win. Lose. Forgive.

    Mer Aldao / Documentary, Shorts, US Cinema / USA / Biography, Documentary, Sports / 27 mins
    This film will make you feel connected to the most brutal sport you've probably never heard of.  "Win. Lose. Forgive." is a short film that offers a fascinating glimpse into the world of Muay Thai and the lessons it can teach all of us. The film features legends of the sport: fighter and trainer Jongsanan "Woodenman", Monlit Sitpohdaeng (voted Muay Thai Coach of the Year 2010 in Thailand), and Ben Brown, student of Jongsanan and Monlit and owner/trainer at PHAS3 Martial Arts.

    In Person: Jongsanan "Woodenman" and Ben Brown

    Win. Lose. Forgive.

    St Patrick's Episcopal Church
    September 28, 2013 9:00 am