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Lodging

If you are joining us from out of the area, you have a wide variety of lodging options. You’ll choose from luxury resorts to quaint Bed & Breakfasts to vacation rentals, and also select where in the valley you’d most prefer to be located. Many of the valley’s lodging properties offer special festival rates and packages. Wherever you decide to stay, always let your hosts know you are here for the film festival. You never know what doors that might open. Make your lodging plans early as rooms fill up quickly.

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Travel

Legendary Napa Valley is one of the world’s great destinations. The valley runs for about 30 miles from Napa in the south to Calistoga in the north. Napa is about an hour north of San Francisco and Oakland. Flying in to those airports, as well as airports in Sacramento and near Santa Rosa (in neighboring Sonoma County) are all options for commercial air travel. Napa County also has a full service airport for private air travel.

Renting a car from the airport is the best option for getting to Napa Valley and allows for easy travel between the various villages.

Reserve a car with Avis® — The Official Rental Car Partner of the NVFF. View this Special Offer to book and receive 10% OFF the luxurious Signature Series.

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Theaters + Venues + Box Offices

Theaters + Screening Venues

These unique theaters in Napa, Yountville, St. Helena, and Calistoga showcase our films and provide the forum for post- screening Q&As with attending filmmakers. From turn-of-the- century art house theaters, to state-of-the-art facilities, our theaters provide memorable movie watching environments. Most theaters have a winery partner offering wines for purchase.

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Party + Event Venues

The cinematic storytelling inspires lively conversation, and our one-of-a-kind events serve to build friendships and make your experience even more extraordinary.

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Getting Around / Local Transportation

Each Festival Village is approximately 9 miles apart as you travel up and down-valley, with nearly 30 miles between Napa and Calistoga. Travel time between villages can vary widely, especially on the weekends or during rush hour. Since many films screen at multiple venues, you can maximize your film, food and wine experiences each day without having to travel all over the valley. If you do want to move around and explore different villages and venues, please, plan ahead and always festival responsibly! Wine, dine, but please don’t drink and drive.

Book a car with Avis®, the official rental car partner of the festival. View This Special Offer to book and receive 10% OFF the luxurious Signature Series. Taxis, and all major ride sharing services are available. The Vine (local bus service)

Beau Wine Tours & Limousine Service is the premier tour and luxury transportation service in Napa Valley and Sonoma County; offering intimate day tours for couples and small groups, to company offsite programs and corporate events. Beau Wine Tours is a fully dedicated wine country destination tour service; managing a fleet of luxury sedans, stretch limousines, SUVs, shuttle buses, coaches, and executive vans. Call them at 707.257.0887 and ask about their special discounts for Napa Valley Film Festival attendees! 15% off for attendees | 20% off for Patron Circle Members and Corporate Sponsors

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Survival Guide

Use these helpful tricks and tips to making the most out of your NVFF Experience.

How to Buy Passes and what does each one get me?

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Event Calendar / Itinerary Builder

Stay Tuned for all program and event announcements.

NVFF17 • NOV 8 - 12

NVFF17 • NOV 8 – 12