An eclectic celebration of cinema and culture, the Wine Country Film Festival marks its 30th anniversary this year and offers four days of international and independent films screening in Kenwood. Highlights of this year’s film festival include Mexico’s submission to the Academy Awards, 600 Miles; the Mediterranean-set animated film The Prophet, produced by Salma Hayek; and The Seasons in Quincy: Four Portraits of John Berger, a vivid look at the philosopher written by Tilda Swinton. The fest also boasts several short films, live music, special guests and more, Thursday through Sunday, Sept 22–25, at various venues in Kenwood. $25 and up. wcff.eventbrite.com.