Friday March 6 begins the San Luis Obispo-International Film Festival. Opening night main event = an evening with Malcolm McDowell (best known for Clockwork Orange), receipient of the King Vidor award. Saturday afternoon Randy and I will serve Sprecher beverages at the Santa Margarita Ranch for the Tribute to Stunt Cowboys.
Join us Sunday morning at the Sycamore Springs Spa, where we’ll offer product tastings during the Mondovino Brunch, which also includes a screening of Mondovino.
And course we’ll be at the Surf Night after party on Friday March 13th.
If you’re near the area, think about visiting some of the festival events and films. They’ve got an incredible line-up of films, programs, activities (e.g., U-Edit a Hollywood movie, Movie in a Day Marathon), and top names in the business, including John Waters who will give a talk (perhaps on Good Bad Taste) and also be at the pre-show reception March 14th.
Did I mention there are a lot of really good films at this event? Shorts, documentaries, competition films, classics. Myself, I have too many friends with dachshunds to miss the dogumentary, Wiener Takes All, about the “surprisingly cutthroat world of competitive wiener dogs, a world that boasts healthy dachshunds and rabid owners.”
The SLO-IFF runs March 6-15. Check it out at slofilmfest.org.
More immediately — Marquette Men’s Bball has a big game against #3 Pitt tonight. Go Marquette!