Really, there were films shown at the 5th anniversary of the Napa Valley Film Festival, which took place Nov. 11-15 in Napa, Yountville, St. Helena and Calistoga. If you were in the Valley for the festivities like we were, we understand if you got sidetracked from the main purpose of this event which has grown exponentially in its five years. Heck, there was a lot going on—and the celebs loved every minute of it! Two-time Academy Award nominee John Travolta summed up his visit quite well at the world premiere of his new movie “Life On the Line” when he said the Napa Valley is “beautiful and delicious.”
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The 29th AFI Film Fest came to a close in a big way: with the world premiere of Paramount Pictures and Regency Enterprises’ The Big Short.
With several new developments underway, one can say that Napa Verasa Westin is having “a moment.” This week, it operates as a headquarters for the 5th annual Napa Valley Film Festival, which is fitting. The hotel’s longtime general manager, Don Shindle, sits on the event’s board and the ski lodge-meets-wine-country lobby—fireplace, comfy furniture and a wooden floor composed of wine barrel ends—suggests an atmosphere vaguely reminiscent of Sundance or Telluride.
Luxury Italian fashion brand Gucci is branching out and entering the world of haute cuisine by opening its first restaurant—1921 Gucci Cafe—in Shanghai.
The Napa Valley Film Festival, which bills itself as the ultimate celebration of film, food and wine, kicks off today, Nov. 11, and runs through Nov. 15.
You ♥ movies. You love ♥ the Napa Valley. You ♥ gourmet food, world-class wines and exceptional hospitality. Then you need to do the Napa Valley Film Festival, taking place Nov. 11-15 throughout the Valley, like a movie mogul so you can enjoy the best of what this festival offers.
Over the weekend, hip-hop mogul and Haute 100 lister Sean “P. Diddy” Combs hosted the second annual Revolt Music Conference & Revolt Film Festival.
On a beautiful balmy October evening, the Mill Valley Film Festival opened its 38th season with two Oscar-worthy films and a fête amid one of Marin’s most fashionable settings. Mill Valley Film Festival has established a reputation for its quality selections that often act as a bellwether for the forthcoming award season and the popular culture at large.
Culture and film were abundant over the weekend in the UAE, with The Woman in Black and The 7th Art Film Screening Series debuting.
Get ready Marin County! The Mill Valley Film Festival kicks off today (Oct. 8) and runs through Sunday, Oct. 18. For 11 delicious days, there will be films, panel discussions and musical performances.