Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival
The Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival exhibits on six screens simultaneously at Sebastopol Center for the Arts and Rialto Cinemas® Sebastopol, presenting an average of 70 – 75 films per year to a combined audience of 5,500 to 6,000 documentary film lovers, industry guests, and fellow filmmakers.
Festival filmmakers’ travel is sponsored from Cape Town, S. Africa; Warsaw, Poland; Brisbane, Aus., Seattle, Oslo, Rome, Toronto, Miami, New York and, yes, Berkeley, thanks to the Franklin J. Schaffner Fund.
Want to get technical?
In addition to great films, conversations at SDFF 2020 include
- craft talks with Will Storkson on Sound As Your Leading Actor
- Jim Browne, founder, Argot Pictures leads us through Distribution, Exhibition & Film Festivals – finding the right place for your film.
- film editing returning to center stage as Vivien Hillgrove urges Cut, Cut, Cut that film to save it.
- Bellingcat – Truth in a Post-truth World. Immediately following is Robert Evans, a conflict journalist and a podcast host. He’s worked in Iraq, Syria, and Ukraine, as well as protests all around the United States. He covers the far-right and online radicalization for Bellingcat.
Access the schedule and buy tickets at https://sdff2020.eventive.org/schedule