Napa Valley Film Festival Sets Lineup, Says Earthquake Won't Cause Delay
"The show must go on"
Days after the Napa Valley suffered a 6.0 magnitude earthquake, the Napa Valley Film Festival has announced its lineup, saying the show will go on.
“Our thoughts are with everyone in the Napa Valley who have suffered losses from the recent earthquake,” said Co-Founder/Artistic Director Marc Lhormer. “We are proud to be part of a community that rallies in support of each other in such a generous and big-hearted way. As they say in the business, the show must go on.”
Entries include Song One, starring Anne Hathaway, and Billie Joe Armstrong's Like Sunday, Like Rain . The festival takes place Nov. 12-16.
Find the lineup below.
Thank You A Lot, written and directed by Matt Muir
East Side Sushi, written and directed by Anthony Lucero
Fall To Rise, written and directed by Jayce Bartok
Little Accidents, written and directed by Sara Colangelo
Like Sunday, Like Rain, written and directed by Frank Whaley
Sun Belt Express, directed by Evan Buxbaum
Sam & Amira, directed by Sean Mullin
Song One, directed by Kate Barker-Froyland
The Road Within, directed by Gren Wells
Kinderwald, directed by Lise Raven
Wildlike, wirtten and directed by Frank Hall Green
For the list of documentary competition films, head over to the festival's website.