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2014 Wine Country Film Festival

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  1. Barolo Boys – The Story of a Revolution

    Paolo Casalis and Tiziano Gaia / Documentary / Italy, USA / 2014 / Biography, History, News / 64 mins
    For the first time on the big screen, the film tells the fascinating story of one on the world's most famous wines and how it exploded as a world phenomenon.

    Preceded by: Zio Ninuccio

    Barolo Boys

    The Kenwood Restaurant Theater Space
    September 20, 2014 3:00 pm


  2. Cotton Road

    Laura Kissel / EcoCInema / China, USA / 2013 / Documentary, News / 83 mins
    Cotton Road follows the commodity of cotton from South Carolina farms to Chinese factories to illuminate the work and industrial processes in a global supply chain.
    Cotton Road

    The Dunbar Elementary School
    September 21, 2014 12:00 pm


  3. Druid Peak

    Marni Zelnick / EcoCInema / USA / 2014 / Nature, News / 111 mins
    Druid Peak is a coming of age story about a troubled teen who finds a home for himself tracking wolves in the wild lands of Wyoming. Starring Spencer Treat Clark, Andrew Wilson and Rachel Korine, the film features breakout performances and some of the most stunning landscapes in the American West.

    Preceded by: Amaroq Weiss from the West Coast Wolf Organizer, Center for Biological Diversity shares her knowledge about wolves, Authentic Wolf Sounds recorded in Algonquin Park, Ontario

    Druid Peak

    Deerfield Ranch Winery "Al Fresco™' Outdoor
    September 18, 2014 7:45 pm


  4. The Invisible Peak

    George W. Daly and Gary Yost / Shorts / USA / 2014 / Documentary, News / 22 mins
    Narrator Peter Coyote provides both a historical and spiritual overview of the long continuum of humans relating to and caring deeply for the peaks of Mt. Tamalpais. An extraordinarily beautiful visual experience that must be seen on the big screen.

    Precedes: Return of the River

    Precedes:
    Return of the River

    The Dunbar Elementary School
    September 21, 2014 4:00 pm


  5. Within the Eye of the Storm

    Shelley Hermon / Cinema of Conscience / Israel, Palestine / History, News, War / 74 mins
    Bassam and Rami, a Palestinian and Israeli, were once dedicated fighters willing to kill and be killed by one another for the sake of their nations. Yet each one of them came face to face with the price of war when their daughters were killed in the conflict. Left with the excruciating pain of bereavement, they chose to do the unexpected. They set out on a joint journey to humanize the very enemy, which took the dearest thing from them and prevent the vicious cycle of retaliation in themselves and their societies. Along the way they reveal the friendship and humor that keeps them alive.

    Preceded by: Catching a Lion, From the Sky

    Within the Eye of the Storm

    The Kenwood Restaurant Theater Space
    September 21, 2014 1:45 pm