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Napa Valley Film Festival Announces Artists-in-Residence Program For Documentaries and Contest Worth $10k

Photo of Brandon Latham By Brandon Latham | Indiewire May 14, 2014 at 4:58PM

November's 4th Annual Napa Valley Film Festival, which already prides itself as "the ultimate celebration of film, food and wine," will include a documentary feature and host an artist-in-residence program for documentary filmmakers to receive exposure and training.
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Peter Belsito Napa Valley Film Festival

November's 4th Annual Napa Valley Film Festival will now include a documentary feature category, with a $10,000 prize equal to the narrative category. In addition to their artists-in-residence program for feature directors, the festival, in a partnership with the Meadowood Napa Valley Resort, will now host an artist-in-residence program for documentary filmmakers. 

The artists-in-residence will be able to take part in Master Classes, take career and artistic advice from established industry leaders, make professional connections and enter their documentaries into the festival competition. Submissions to the festival must be made through WithoutABox by May 23rd or June 20th for current WithoutABox members. 

The festival is scheduled for November 12-16, 2014.

This article is related to: Napa Valley Film Festival , Filmmaker Toolkit: Documentaries, Filmmaker Toolkit, Contest, Documentary Film

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