The Jarvis Conservatory in downtown Napa, California, continues its mission to bring the classical arts to the Napa Valley with the 2nd Annual Classical Arts Film Festival happening February 9th - 11th.

This is the first year the Classical Arts Film Festival has hosted a short film celebration block. 
Eight short films in varying lengths with a theme of the Classical Arts woven into their structures will be presented during the Short Films Block.  Several narratives, documentaries and animations from around the world will be screened.  An audience choice award will be given to the best short film in the block.  Ballots will be passed out at the door.
PARADE DE SATIE directed by Koji Yamamura  14min
Tokyo, Japan
INVISIBLE POINT directed by Tanin Torabi 5min
Tehran, Iran
FULL MEASURES directed by Xuejing Xu 3min
Rochester, New York
LAST BEAT directed by Paul D. Bestolarides 5min
Stockton, California
KANON ROCK directed by Nicholas Dobbin  6min
Sunnyvale, California
RAMBLE directed by Andreas Ramm  7min
Mainz, Germany
THE GREAT ACCOUNTANT directed by Michael Quigley  14min
Brooklyn, New York
THE WORLD OF DENNIS JOHN PATTON directed by S. Kramer Herzog  18min
San Rafael, California


  • Occurred Saturday, February 11th, 2017 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm


Jarvis Conservatory

1711 Main Street
Napa, CA 94559

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