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“Film featuring SLO County winemakers screening at the SLO Film Festival”
Paso Robles Daily News| By News Staff | https://pasoroblesdailynews.com/film-featuring-slo-county-winemakers-screening-at-the-slo-film-festival/176781/
The Wine History Project of San Luis Obispo recently announced the upcoming screening of The Amphora Project — Past Forward at the SLO International Film Festival. The film, features seven county winemakers, six from Paso Robles, who are using amphorae in their winemaking process.
“‘SLO Film Fest screening award-winning documentary featuring local winemakers”
The San Luis Obispo International Film Festival is screening an award-winning documentary featuring San Luis Obispo County winemakers.
The Amphora Project – Past Forward tells the story of how modern winemakers, including many in SLO County, are using a winemaking technique that dates back over 8,000 years.
“‘Tom Myers: Made in Paso’ debuting at film festival”
The Wine History Project of San Luis Obispo County is selected to showcase documentary films for two years in a row– The Wine History Project of San Luis Obispo County has announced the premiere of its second of many upcoming documentary films, Tom Myers: Made in Paso. The film documents over four decades of the winemaker’s career, his commitment to the craft, contributions to the region’s wine industry, and the people he’s worked with.
“Paso Robles Winemaker Featured in Documentary Film”
“Castoro Cellars winemaker Tom Myers will be featured in the film “Tom Myers: Made in Paso,” premiering at the San Luis Obispo International Film Festival on April 27…It took Agran and her team nearly one year to make the film. It was made two years ago and is now ready for its grand debut at the film festival.“
“Hometown Radio 04/20/2022 4p:”
By Dave Congalton | https://www.920kvec.com/episode/hometown-radio-04-20-2022-4p/
“Dave talks to Libby Agran and Tom Myers about an upcoming Wine History Project documentary. He then discusses an upcoming concert with Tom Davies and Kaitlyn Geitner of the SLO Master Chorale.”