Napa Valley Film Festival Unveils Lineup for Virtual Event

Napa Valley Film Festival Unveils Lineup for Virtual Event
The Napa Valley Film Festival, which returns this year as a virtual event running Nov. 10-14, has announced its lineup that includes almost 60 full-length features and shorts.

Among the narrative features at Napa Valley are French period pic “Fires in the Dark” (pictured); drama “Moving in 2008,” with a post-screening Q&a with director Calogero Carucci; Jena Malone-starrer “Porcupine,” in which an adult woman puts herself up for adoption and forms a bond with the misanthropic patriarch of her adoptive family, based on a true story; “Precarious,” featuring a post-screening Q&a with director Wes Terray; Lili Taylor-starrer “The Winter House, “ which follows a novelist seeking to escape her troubles in a remote lake house in northern New Hampshire where she meets and forges a bond with Jesse, a young drifter with troubles — and secrets — of his own. Director Keith Boynton will deliver a post-screening Q&a. Director Noah Gilbert
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