The UNCRUSHABLE Dinner with Tyler Florence

Chef Tyler Florence in Uncrushable Dinner

Friday, March 29th at Ramekins Culinary School, Events & Inn

The Sonoma International Film Festival (SIFF) is thrilled to announce, The UNCRUSHABLE Dinner with Tyler Florence. On Friday, March 29 join celebrated chef Tyler Florence for a one-of-a-kind “Dinner and a Movie” event. View Tyler’s debut documentary, UNCRUSHABLE, and after the film, savor a four-course dinner paired with wines from SIMI, Ravenswood, Robert Mondavi and The Prisoner Wine Company. The dinner begins at 5pm at Ramekins Culinary School, Events & Inn located at 450 W Spain St, Sonoma. Tickets are, $250 with Soirée Pass, $275 with Cinema Pass, $300 General Public and $500 Seat at Tyler Florence’s Hosted Table (only five seats available) and are available for purchase at The UNCRUSHABLE Dinner with Tyler Florence is supported by Sophienwald, Plan Décor, Ramekins, Ravenswood, SIMI, Mondavi and Prisoner.

After over 20 years as a Food Network star, Tyler Florence has captivated millions of viewers on numerous hit shows. But his reach and influence goes well beyond his cooking shows, as he has built a multi-million dollar business with restaurants (Wayfare Tavern, Tyler Florence Fresh), cookware lines, a wine label, and an olive oil blend. Tyler’s compelling video content, which he creates himself, has landed him marketing partnerships with several large national brands including eHarmony, Rocky and Rosie Chicken and See’s Candy. For the past two years, Tyler has been instrumental in developing content and product strategy for Innit, an “Eating Technology” company developing the world’s first platform for the connected kitchen. Asthe Director of “Uncrushable,” Tyler brings to the screen a tightly woven story of hardship, loss, bravery and ultimately hope, one that shows viewers — through community, food, music and love — how to continue on after a natural disaster. The debut film under Tyler’s production company, The Monarch Collective, “Uncrushable” is perhaps his most personal and important project to date. To view the trailer visit

Pass Information

The 22nd Annual Sonoma International Film Festival runs from Wednesday, March 27 through Sunday, March 31. The best way to experience the Festival and have access to all films is by getting a SIFF pass. SIFF can be enjoyed at different levels. Currently Cinema Passes are $325, $950 for Soiree, and $2,500 for Patron. All Cinema pass holders will have day access to the Backlot Tent in SIFF Village. Soiree pass holders will have day VIP area and evening party access. For information about tickets, festival passes, prices, and benefits visit

About the Sonoma International Film Festival

The Sonoma International Film Festival, an entirely walkable festival, is a 501(c)3 corporation dedicated to promoting independent film, supporting filmmakers around the world, and inspiring film lovers. Most films screened at the Festival have attending filmmakers and actors, making for informative Q&A’s. This unique five-day event features screening venues in and around Sonoma Plaza and offers world-class cuisine from local artisans and exceptional wine from Sonoma vintners. Renowned filmmakers, industry leaders and celebrities such as Bruce Willis, Susan Sarandon, Robin Williams, John Lasseter, Danny Glover, Demián Bichir, Mary-Louise Parker, Ray Liotta, Michael Keaton, and Meg Ryan have walked the festival red carpet and enjoyed its intimate ambiance.

MovieMaker Magazine selected SIFF as one of the world’s Top 25 Coolest Film Festivals.

The Sonoma International Film Festival over twenty-two years continues to promote independent film and filmmakers from around the world with the support of incredible sponsors who include but are not limited to: Manitou Fund, Diageo, Sonoma Magazine, Wells Fargo, Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Arrowood, Bank of Marin, Dolby, Sonoma Market, Sophienwald, Stor-It-All, WildFire Web, Spritz Don Julio, Johnnie Walker Scotch, Ketel One Botanicals, San Francisco Chronicle, Landmark Vineyards, Matanzas Creek, Brew Dr., Huge Bear Wines, Ohm Coffee Roasters, Farm Fresh To You, Rodney Strong, Gloria Ferrer, and Lake Sonoma Winery.

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