This year, the Napa Valley Film Festival has 9 venues throughout Napa, Yountville, and St. Helena. From historic wineries to beautiful cinemas, each screening venue provides a premiere viewing experience for all those who attend.
- Seats: 240
- Address: 500 First Street, Napa
- Description: While the Culinary Institute of America might offer a state-of-the-art kitchen, the CIA at Copia’s screening venue offers an equally state-of-the-art facility. The stadium style seating theater is perfect for film screenings, panel presentations and speakers series.
- Seats: 150
- Address: 1030 Main Street, Napa
- Description: This year, the Napa Valley Opera House will host the popular NVFF Lounge films during the festival. The Opera House lives above Blue Note Napa, one of the premiere Jazz houses in the world. On November 7, to kick off the film festival, Blue Note Napa will co-host two Dennis Quaid and the Sharks concerts. Reserve your tickets here.
- Seats: 850
- Address: 1350 Third Street, Napa
- Description: Built in 1937 and refurbished in 2010, the Uptown Theater is a historic, art deco masterpiece found in Downtown Napa. Every seat in the house is spectacular, giving you the perfect view for our red carpet screenings — given that the last seating row is only 98 feet from the screen. Some of the past-screenings that have been included here were the Oscar-nominated films Lion, Imitation Game, and August: Osage County.
- Seats: 1200
- Address: 100 California Drive, Yountville
- Description: Lincoln Theater is the largest performing arts venue in all of the Napa Valley and will feature five days of new independent films and Q&As. The theater will also host the Celebrity Tributes on Thursday Nov 9.
- Seats: 140
- Address: 1340 Main Street, St. Helena
- Description: With Dolby Atmos sound and increasingly rare real film stock projection, it’s impossible not to have an excellent theater experience at the Cameo. Founded in 1913, it is also the oldest operating theater in the Napa Valley.
- Seats: 80
- Address: 728 Main Street, St. Helena
- Description: For the second year in a row, Farmstead at Long Meadow Ranch returns as the Up Valley Hub for the Napa Valley Film Festival. This November, pick up your passes at the Box Office. Grab a bite to eat at the restaurant. Catch a film in the Farmstead screening venue. Mix and mingle with celebrities over a glass of wine. And discover artisans selling their art and local goods at our weekend Artisan Pavilion.
- Seats: 160
- Address: 1313 Spring Street, St. Helena
- Description: For over 100 years, Native Sons has been a welcoming community center for the people of Napa Valley. This downtown St. Helena location will be the largest screening venue within the town.
Winery Screening Venues
- Seats: 200
- Address: 2800 Main Street, St. Helena
- Description: With screenings taking place in the Carriage House of the Charles Krug Winery, audiences will be able to admire the stunning cathedral ceiling and the old-growth redwood floors before being stunned by the film shown. Before or after the films, enjoy the newly built lounge in the Carriage House, which will feature wood fire pizzas, charcuterie, and wine.
- Seats: 90
- Address: 3022 St. Helena Highway North, St. Helena
- Description: Imagine watching a film in a theater that was once a historic barrel room. Before or after screenings, enjoy the award-winning wines in the tasting room or sit down at the acclaimed restaurant Two Birds/One Stone.