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. Keep an eye on the Intimacy Rating: the more stars, the smaller and more intimate the venue. If you see three or more stars (✪), these are venues that tend to fill quickly so plan accordingly!
1350 Third St, Napa | Intimacy Rating out of 5: ✪✪ (860 seats)
Built in 1937 and refurbished in 2010, the Uptown Theatre is Napa’s art deco crown jewel and home to some of our biggest red carpet screenings. Come hungry and dine in the Courtyard Cafe before seeing your film.
Copia Screening Room at The Culinary Institute of America
500 1st St, Napa | Intimacy Rating out of 5: ✪✪✪ (240 seats)
Located next to the popular Napa Oxbow Market, the Theater at the Culinary Institute of America’s Copia will host The Lounge. Plan to arrive early and grab a bite and a glass of wine at the brand new Restaurant @ Copia before your next screening.
Napa Valley College Performing Arts Center
2277 College Way, Napa | Intimacy Rating out of 5: ✪✪ 400 seats
Experience one of our newer theaters this year at Napa Valley College, a state-of-the-arts performance hall, with superbly comfortable seats, that might become your favorite new screening venue.
Silo’s Screening Room at the Napa River Inn
530 Main St # C, Napa | Intimacy Rating out of 5: ✪✪✪✪✪ (100 seats)
Silo’s, Napa’s premiere and truly intimate Music Room located in the heart of downtown Napa at the Historic Napa Mill, adjacent to the Napa River Inn. This location is perfect for any movie lover who wants an intimate setting for their next screening. Concessions are available for sale.
Napa Valley Performing Arts Center at Lincoln Theater
100 California Dr, Yountville | Intimacy Rating out of 5: ✪ (1200 seats)
The largest performing arts venue in Napa Valley, set on the hill west of this charming town. Home to many special festival events this year, including the Celebrity Tributes, Awards Ceremony and Festival Gala. Concessions are available for sale.
Heritage Room at Yountville Community Center
6516 Washington St, Yountville | Intimacy Rating out of 5: ✪✪✪✪ (160 seats)
The combination of platinum LEED ® certification and a central Yountville location makes catching a screening at the Yountville Community Center a must!
738 Main St, St. Helena | Intimacy Rating out of 5: ✪✪✪✪✪ (80 seats)
Farmstead at Long Meadow Ranch is your St. Helena destination for estate-grown wine & food during the festival. Pick up your passes at the Village Center and stop into the Café for coffee and housemade pastries. Book a reservation at their superb restaurant before or after a film.
1340 Main St, St. Helena | Intimacy Rating out of 5: ✪✪✪✪ (140 seats)
Founded in 1913, the Cameo is 103 years old, and is the longest continuously operating theater in the country. This jewel box of a theater boasts the state of the art Dolby Atmos sound system which elevates the entire watching experience. Concessions available for sale.
Stella Artois Screening Room at Native Sons
1313 Spring St, St. Helena | Intimacy Rating out of 5: ✪✪✪✪ (160 seats)
Stella Artois plays host to the films screened at Native Sons Hall in downtown St. Helena. Before screenings, enjoy the rich flavor of Stella Artois and the taste of sophisticated leisure—dry, balanced and very Belgian- style Stella Artois Cidre.
Native Sons Hall is a cornerstone of the St. Helena Community, and brings a bit of Napa Valley history to life at the festival.
3022 St. Helena Highway North, St. Helena | Intimacy Rating out of 5: ✪✪✪✪✪ (90 seats)
Celebrating their 130th anniversary, Freemark Abbey Winery has converted its historic barrel room into an intimate theater that promises a memorable experience. Enjoy award-winning wines in the tasting room and visit the new restaurant by acclaimed chefs Douglas Keane and Sang Yoon, Two Birds/One Stone, before or after a screening.
Charles Krug Winery
2800 Main Street, St. Helena | Intimacy Rating out of 5: ✪✪✪✪ (200 seats)
The Carriage House at Charles Krug Winery boasts a soaring cathedral ceiling and floor finished in old-growth redwood, and stunning hand-forged chandeliers. This venues seats 200 and is just a stones throw from the tasting room (wink wink). Five Dot Ranch will be there every afternoon cooking up their famous California natural premium beef and more available for purchase. Final menu will be available soon and we won’t forget you, vegetarians!
Gliderport at Indian Springs
1712 Lincoln Ave, Calistoga | Intimacy Rating out of 5: ✪✪✪✪ (200 seats)
A converted former hangar for light aircraft, the Gliderport is a “fan favorite” festival screening venue.
Sam’s Screening Room at Indian Springs
1712 Lincoln Ave, St. Helena | Intimacy Rating out of 5: ✪✪✪✪✪ (100 seats)
New to the festival this year is the bucolic barn at Sam’s Social Club. Make sure to arrive at this screening venue early as space is limited. You won’t want to leave this sweet location. Refreshments offered by Sam’s Social Club.