The fourth annual Napa Valley Film Festival has announced its complete line-up, including opening night and gala screenings, special events and celebrity tribute honorees.
The five-day festival will showcase films in Napa, Yountville, St. Helena and Calistoga beginning November 12 with a screening of “The Imitation Game,” with director Morten Tyldum attending. Mike Binder’s “Black and White,” “Alex of Venice,” “Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me” will also be presented.
The festival will present the BVisionary Award to Kevin Costner at the Celebrity Tribute Program, and the Rising Star award to Jeremy Jordan, who stars in “The Last 5 Years,” opposite Anna Kendrick. The program will take place on Nov. 14 and will include video highlights and conversations with “Access Hollywood’s” Billy Bush.
Shailene Woodley will receive Variety‘s Indie Impact Award at the 10 Producers to Watch event. Variety executive editor Steve Gaydos will also be holding a Contenders Conversation with Costner at the event.
“This year’s lineup is particularly diverse, including work by established directors alongside promising debuts by newly emerging talents,” said artistic and executive director Marc Lhormer. “We are so gratified to see how many directors, writers, producers, and actors are planning on attending in support of their films. The interaction between artists and audience conversing about the films and enjoying wonderful food and wine is truly magical to behold.”
More information can be found at NVFF.ORG.