24th Annual SLO International Film Festival’s showcase full of classics
The 2018 San Luis Obispo Film Festival announces film slate
—The San Luis Obispo Film Festival (March 13-18) has announced its full slate of films with a jam-packed schedule of events of film, wine, and food, including a Bollywood themed Opening Night Gala, featuring Shubhashish Bhutiani’s “Hotel Salvation.” SLO’s signature ode to surfing with their annual “Surf Nite” blow out and a “Movies by the Bay” surfing movie double feature. Special Presentations include: screenings highlighting The Beat Generation, “Movies for Wine Lovers,” a Central Coast Filmmakers Showcase, and movie classics, in addition to an impressive lineup of narrative and documentary films in competition. The line-up includes 139 films (20 narrative features, 34 documentary features, and 85 short films) representing 19 countries.
Four new documentaries will make their world premieres at SLO: Conor B’ Lewis’s asbestos expose, “Dirty Laundry” ( for more information on asbestos check out the Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance); Julie Simone’s music doc on the Old Time and Bluegrass community, “Fiddlin’”; Michael Arlen Davis’s exploration of the world of SAT/ACT student testing, “The Test And The Art Of Thinking”; and Charlie Samuels’s New York City skateboard doc, Virgin Blacktop: A New York Skate Odyssey.”
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For more information on the schedule of movies and events for the 2018 San Luis Obispo International Film Festival, please visit www.slofilmfest.org and for a copy of the festival guide visit this link.