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Movies in Sonoma County


Outdoor movies at the Green Music Center


Sonoma International Film Festival’s SIFF Summerfest is August 5-8

Sonoma International Film Festival’s SIFF Summerfest

SIFF Summerfest features 40 new and award-winning films, live music, and wine and culinary events throughout the festival. Opening Night kicks off with the film Tom Petty, Somewhere You Feel Free followed by live music from Petty Theft at our Opening Night Party. The SIFF Screen & Cuisine dinner event features a wine and culinary showcase followed by music from The Mermen and the film The Ventures: Stars on Guitars. Closing Night winery screening includes live music from Ari Eisenberg and the film June Again.
Screenings are at Sebastiani Theatre and Andrews Hall in Sonoma. Get your passes today at sonomafilmfest.org.


The Town of Windsor presents Family Movies on the Green!

ll movies are rated PG and will begin 15 minutes after sunset. Make it a family picnic by picking up dinner or a treat from the downtown restaurants and businesses! This is a free event.

Portable restrooms and handwashing stations are located in the Huerta Gym parking lot, as well as permanent restrooms on either side of the Huerta Gym.


Movies on the Square in Downtown Santa Rosa

Movies in downtown Santa Rosa


This summer, Movies on the Square brought to you by Sonoma Clean Power, is happening every Wednesday in July! Enjoy family favorite films starting at sunset and fun activities beforehand.
July 7: Acoustic music, fencing demonstration and The Princess Bride
July 14: Inflatable baseball game and The Sandlot
July 21: 80’s Cover Band Kid Galage and Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
July 28: Family fun and Honey, I Shrunk The Kids!


Drive-In movies at the Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds in Petaluma

Outdoor movies in Petaluma

Watch your favorite movies under the stars from the comfort of your own vehicle! Food and beverages are available for purchase from local food truck vendors. $25 per vehicle. Buy tickets online.
July 16th: Shrek
August 20th: Grease
September 17th: The Goonies
October 22nd: Ghostbusters
You’ll find them on our calendar.

Drive-In Movies presented by The Alexander Valley Film Society

The Drive-In Series in Cloverdale and the Healdsburg Community Center brings generations of film fans together for a fun and unique way of taking in a film.
We install a pop-up drive-in and screen classic and cult films. We often kick off the night with live music from a local band, and food is for sale from one of our community service organizations. Snack, soda, and beer and wine sales all go back into AVFS programming. Movies start at dark, so bring blankets and pillows!


Summerfield Cinemas

Local cinemas open now

with Covid-19 protocols in place.
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Cinema West Boulevard 14 Cinemas in Petaluma
Prime Cinemas in Sonoma.
Reading Cinemas in Rohnert Park.
Rialto Cinemas in Sebastopol.
Sebastiani Theatre in Sonoma.
Summerfield Cinemas, Airport Stadium 12, and Roxy Stadium 14 in Santa Rosa.


Movies online in Sonoma County

Sonoma Film Institute now online

Instead of Netflix, stream movies you won’t find anywhere else and support this valuable local resource, now in its 47th consecutive year of operation. These screenings range from silent film to the avant-garde, from contemporary American fare to films from the Third World.

Beyond Netflix:

Local movie venues are offering online movies and more!

Rialto Virtual Cinema

Watch first run movies from the comfort of your own home and support Rialto Cinemas in Sebastopol! New films are released for streaming every Friday. A portion of each rental goes towards their operation costs until they can reopen!

Sebastiani Theatre in Sonoma

Support your local movie theater by renting movies now in theaters, local independent films, and free original programming.