Petaluma International Film Festival® (PIFF) is an annual event showcasing the independent feature and short films from around the world.
Included are films from USA, Germany, France, Spain, Kosovo, Morocco, Yemen, Israel, Cyprus, Greece, Lebanon, Belgium, Norway, Netherlands, Iran, Nepal, Tunisia, China, Senegal, and Japan.
Showing among the fiction, documentary, animation and short films this year, will be a Japanese film shot in Petaluma, Sake Bomb, a comedy in English. This is a unique opportunity for the locals to see Petaluma from a distant land’s perspective!
Besides a formidable international lineup, for the first time, Petaluma International Film Festival will present a collection of films made by local filmmakers from Sonoma County to support the local film community and its filmmakers. These films include:
Chocolates, Laura Owen & Aron Campisano
Sky is the Roof, Beth Nelsen
Kitty Litter, Greg Blatman
The World is My Stage, Paul Winston
Rat Face Burattino, Bret Smith
The directors of these films will be present for the Q&A.
Showtime for this unique lineup is Saturday, October 12, 2013 @ 6pm
The venue for the festival is Boulevard Cinema, 200 C Street, Petaluma.
For film descriptions, schedule and tickets, click www.PetalumaFilmFestival.org