Celebs Invade Napa for Food, Wine & Film this Fall
The first-ever Napa Valley Film Festival debuts this November in a five day "extended weekend" run of the best of new independent films, studio sneak previews, and conversations with actors, directors, producers and writers, giving you one more reason to cruise up to the picturesque communities of Napa, Yountville, St. Helena and Calistoga. It's set to be the perfect storm of film buffs, food and wine lovers attending unforgettable parties, tribute and awards programs, culinary demonstrations, wine tasting and late-night lounges.
Special guests can enjoy VIP receptions and dinners with Napa Valley's own celebrity chefs and winemakers. Spend the weekend and enjoy walkable access to the best of the Napa Valley Film Festival. And watch for the wine-loving paparazzi who will be at the major events, noshing at Michael Chiarello's Bottega in Yountville, and attempting to try every varietal offered in the Festival Wine Pavilions. Media attending will be announced soon.
Social media heads will camp out in the Buick Tweet House, a VIP Social Media Lounge that will make its home at the AVIA Napa Hotel. These social media leaders and high tech icons will report in real-time about festival events as they happen. The Buick Tweet House has only appeared at Sundance Film Festival, CES and South by Southwest, making the NVFF its fourth and final stop of the year.
If this sounds right up your alley, you can grab a discount on tickets through us! Just use the discount code MP-7X7 when purchasing online and get $50 off a Festival Pass or Pass Plus.
- Food, Film, and Wine Unite at the Napa Valley Film Fest's Food Arts Panel Series
- Food, Drink, and Chef Celebs at Taste America This Weekend
- Ring In Fall with Napa Valley's Arts Festival
- Get Glitzy at the Napa Valley Film Festival's Gala, November 8
- Wine Plays Supporting Role at Upcoming Napa Valley Film Festival