December 12 | January 9 | February 13 | March 12
Second Saturday of Each Month from 7:00pm to 9:30pm
In partnership with the San Jose Short Film Festival, Napa Valley Film Festival and CellarPass.com, Jessup Cellars presents our Third Annual Art House Short Film Series. Running monthly December through March, each gathering features four award-winning short films paired with a Jessup Cellars wine and Chef MikeC’s Wok-Popped Flavor-Infused Popcorn.
From animation to comedy to drama, Jessup Cellars takes guests on an emotional and inspirational ride through the cinematic and culinary arts. The screenings include meet-and-greets with guest filmmakers and the opportunity to purchase wines in support of indie short film projects.
Must be 21 with a Valid ID
JANUARY 9TH FEATURED SHORT FILMS ANNOUNCED
BILL HARGREAVES, CO-FOUNDER & PRODUCER OF SJSFF,
SHARES INSIGHT INTO HOW THE FESTIVAL
SELECTS SHORT FILMS FROM AROUND THE WORLD
(Director: Sarmad Masud)
Jessup Cellars 2014 Sauvignon Blanc w/Chef MikeC’s Habanero Green Onion Garlic Chive Cilantro Popcorn
Geeky Pavan takes his ‘English Rose’ on a date to the most authentic Indian restaurant in the city. To his horror she goes off-menu, in Hindi.
(Director: Yatao Li)
Jessup Cellars 2013 Zinfandel w/Chef MikeC’s Almond Honey Butter with Zinfandel Drizzle Popcorn
By winning more than 40 awards, Carry On is on the way to Oscar now. It’s a short film about a Chinese father trying to save his family during WWII.
~ Q&A with Guest SJSFF Co-Founder & Producer Bill Hargreaves ~
(Directors: Marcia Fields and Mike Spear)
Jessup Cellars 2012 Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon w/Chef MikeC’s Smoked Duck Garlic Confit Popcorn
Imagine being awakened in the morning by a knock on your door, and opening it to find two movers hired by your girlfriend, with the dual purpose of breaking up with you and moving you out of your home.
“A King’s Betrayal”
(Director: David Bornstein | Writer: Ari Grabb)
Jessup Cellars 2011 ‘Juel’ w/Chef MikeC’s Porcini Truffle Parmesan Basil Popcorn
The tragic, final 24 hours in the life of a Pinata, as told from the Pinata’s perspective.