Congratulations on Year Five of the
NAPA VALLEY FILM FESTIVAL
Conversations with the Filmmakers:
ROMEO IS BLEEDING – Director Jason Zeldes creates a personal and stylized look at the violence and struggles on the streets of Richmond, CA. THE WINNER OF THIS YEAR’S BEST DOCUMENTARY AWARD.
A Place to Stand – A Conversation with Jimmy Santiago Baca
Since: The Bombing of Pan Am 103 – A conversation with Documentary Filmmaker Phil Furey
DUST – Filmed in Japan, this is a short sci-fi fantasy film, Produced and Directed by Josh and Michael Grier.
ASTRAEA – Director Kristjan Thor talks about his modern-day post-apocalyptic, Gothic vision.
LOLA’S LAST LETTER – Director, Writer, Actor Valerie Brandy get to the essence of what it means to apologize.
CRUSHED – Director, Screenwriter Megan Riakos gives us a family thriller set amidst a samll wine community…not St. Helena.
INTERSECTION – Jason Honeycutt asks what if you were mugged and asked your attacker to lunch.
Festival founder Marc Lhormer and Program Director Claudia Puig give us an introduction and preview to this year’s festival.
More information for this year’s Festival is available at NVFF.org
Congressman Mike Thompson secures $2.6 Million Grant for Napa Valley College
What's behind the battle between ABAG and the MTC? Supervisor Mark Luce has a foot in both camps and gives us a prespective
- What Will Joelle Gallagher Be Like As Napa County’s Newest Planning Commissioner? May 15, 2017
- St. Helena City Council Has Gone from Business Unfriendly to Openly Hostile May 9, 2017
- Terence Mulligan & Napa Valley’s Community Foundation Starts A Conversation to Bridge Our Social, Cultural and Political Divide May 2, 2017
- Associated Students of Napa Valley College – Fireside Chat on Immigration April 26, 2017
- Play Ball!! Bruce Johnston talks SILVERADOS BASEBALL in Napa April 24, 2017