Movies in Sonoma County
OUTwatch – Wine Country’s LGBTQI Film Festival
Aug. 12 – Oct. 21
All screenings at Rialto Cinemas Sebastopol
Swan Song – Thursday, August 12, 7pm
No Ordinary Man – Thursday, August 19, 7pm
Ma Belle, My Beauty – Thursday, September 9, 7pm
Summertime – Thursday, Sept 16, 7PM
Invisible: Gay Women in Country Music – Thursday, October 21, 7pm
Outdoor movies at the Green Music Center
Drive-In movies at the Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds 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!
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.
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.