Napa Valley Film Festivalhttp://nvff.org
What We Do:
THE NVFF MISSIONCinema Napa Valley is a 501c3 non-profit organization founded in 2009 and headquartered in Napa, California. Cinema Napa Valley‚??s mission is to celebrate the cinematic arts and enrich the community by presenting an annual world-class film festival and year-round education and outreach programs. VisionFounders Brenda and Marc Lhormer envisioned a Fall film festival that would exhibit the year‚??s best new independent films and likely Oscar and Golden Globe awards contenders, while simultaneously leveraging Napa Valley‚??s outstanding food, wine and hospitality to deliver an unparalleled immersive and transformative festival experience. They also envisioned a cultural arts organization that would support the art of cinematic storytelling while also providing educational and career opportunities for local students
Who We Are:
Come join the ranks of our 7th Annual Napa Valley Film Festival!NVFF relies on the dedication of hundreds of volunteers who generously donate their time and share their love of the Napa Valley with festival attendees. The Napa Valley Film Festival is filled with exciting opportunities to meet new people, mingle with filmmakers and celebrities, and enjoy being a part of the ultimate experience celebrating Film, Food and Wine! There are a variety of ways to volunteer for NVFF. We have opportunities that span across the festival ‚?? working in the theaters, box offices and wine pavilions, driving VIPs, helping to execute our world-class special events, and more‚?¶ Come be part of our team; there is bound to be something fun and rewarding for you! Levels: Commitments & BenefitsVolunteers can choose between three different levels of commitment: Shift Choice, Half-Fest, and Full-Fest. In short, the Shift Choice program offers flexible scheduling you choose (12 hours minimum required). Half-Fest volunteers work an assigned schedule during the Festival, and must work a minimum of 30 hours. Full-Fest volunteers work every day of the Festival on an assigned schedule and must work a minimum of 40 hours. Managers of Volunteer Teams are considered Full-Fest. Go to http://nvff.org/volunteer/ to learn more about our volunteer program.