APRIL 29-MAY 8, 2022
AVFest2022 is shaping up to be the homecoming we all deserve! With more than 100 screenings, Q&As, panels, and special events lined up in five Northern Sonoma County cities, AVFest2022 promises to be a 10-day celebration of healing, humanity, and art. This year, submissions grew 200% and half of AVFest’s final lineup will be programmed from those submissions. AVFest will also feature Sonoma County student works in the annual Student Film Competition. Tickets will go on sale March 31st.
4/29: Opening Night Film + Block Party (The Clover Theater)
4/30: Neighbor Night Film + Dinner (Alexander Valley Hall)
5/1: Film Fest Petaluma Shorts (Healdsburg)
5/2: Industry Night (Healdsburg)
5/3: Progressive Dinner + Film (Geyserville)
5/4: Arthouse in the Vineyard (Trentadue Winery)
5/5: Flip the Script: New Media Exploration (Windsor) 5/6: Festing at The Lost Church (Santa Rosa)
5/7: Festing with Corazon Healdsburg (HBG Comm. Center)
5/8: Closing Night Film + Awards Reception (The Matheson)
All-Access ($500) THIS IS A STEAL!
Opening Weekend, Fri-Sun ($350)
Closing Weekend, Fri-Sun ($250)
Film Lover + Closing Night ($150)
Streaming only ($100)
AVFilm is a nonprofit organization that provides film & media education to local students in public schools and lifelong learners. AVFilm exhibits free outdoor movies for the Healdsburg and Cloverdale communities, a year-round, independent film series, and produces an annual Film Festival now in its 8th year. AVFest2022 will be April 29-May 8 in Cloverdale, Geyserville, Healdsburg, Windsor, and Santa Rosa.
AVFest regularly showcases and hosts new and emerging talents from all over the world. The Fest creates opportunities for the community to gather, celebrate film, and meet and learn from visiting artists. The Fest also offers deeply discounted tickets to include students and low-income neighbors.
AVFest features cutting-edge indie films – like 2018’s FREE SOLO and 2019’s PARASITE – and selections of diverse works from and about underrepresented artists and communities. We actively seek socially conscious films that depict characters in the richness of their cultures and identities; works from directors of color; Latinx, LGBTQIA+, and women-driven narratives; and youth-oriented stories.
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