The Napa Valley Film Festival’s unique collection of screening venues highlights the diversity of the Valley, ranging from historic landmark theaters to specially designed locations for an exclusively Napa Valley cinematic experience. Each distinctively showcases our films and provides a forum for post-screening events with attending film industry guests.
Archer Hotel Napa
Seats: 180 | Address: 1230 First Street, Napa
The Archer is a luxury boutique destination located in the heart of downtown Napa. After attending an intimate screening at the Archer, you can further indulge in the other pillars of NVFF’s ultimate experience, as this location boasts a wealth of exceptional dining options, as well as several tasting rooms only a few blocks away.
The CIA at Copia
Seats: 240 | Address: 500 First Street, Napa
In addition to its state-of-the-art culinary facilities, the CIA at Copia hosts an equally impressive movie-going experience. Its theater serves as the ideal venue for many of NVFF’s culinary-focused films, and is conveniently located adjacent to our Festival Hub at the Oxbow Commons.
Seats: 850 | Address: 1350 Third Street, Napa
Originally built in 1937, the Uptown Theater is a historic art-deco masterpiece found in downtown Napa. Each seat in the house offers a spectacular vantage point — not only to admire its remarkable architecture, but also to behold the fantastic films showcased here.
Seats: 800 | Address: 100 California Drive, Yountville
Tucked away down a picturesque tree-lined lane, the Lincoln Theater is the largest performing arts venue in the Napa Valley. The Lincoln Theater showcases both film screenings and special events, including our Celebrity Tributes.
Seats: 140 | Address: 1340 Main Street, St. Helena
Founded in 1913, the Cameo Cinema is the oldest operating theater in the Napa Valley — a landmark of historic downtown St. Helena that encapsulates so much of the character of this community. With its outfitted Dolby Atmos sound system and its newly installed Barco laser projector, the Cameo provides an unparalleled viewing experience.
Seats: 180 | Address: 1313 Spring Street, St. Helena
Nestled among the charming homes and various establishments in St. Helena is Native Sons Hall, an inviting screening venue that has served as a cornerstone of the community for over 100 years.
Charles Krug Winery
Seats: 160 | Address: 2800 Main Street, St. Helena
As the Napa Valley’s oldest winery, Charles Krug is the quintessential wine country destination. With its stunning cathedral ceiling and perennial redwood floors, the Carriage House perfectly exemplifies this historic estate. In addition to its screening venue, the Carriage House will also feature a signature lounge, complete with wood-fired pizza, charcuterie, and wine.