Salmon to star in Sonoma International Film Festival 'mini reel'

The documentary 'Atlantic Salmon: Lost at Sea' bills itself as 'an attempt to unravel the mystery' of the fascinating fish's life at sea.


The Sonoma International Film Festival will present its “SIFF Mini Reel” at the Reel Fish Shop & Grill on Saturday, Nov. 11, all day.

The event starts with a buffet breakfast with a Reel Egg Scramble with bacon, country potatoes, tortillas and salsa and a coffee and tea bar at 10 a.m., followed by screening of a documentary “Atlantic Salmon Lost at Sea” that examines the scarcity of wild salmon in Northern Atlantic waters (not to be confused with farmed Atlantic salmon). Noon brings “small bites,” meaning the Reel’s yummy sticky ribs and chicken wings karrage, followed by a 1 p.m. short films program and a 2 p.m. narrative feature film called “Beyond the River.” $75. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 401 Grove St., Sonoma. Tickets at