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
MARCH 12TH FEATURED SHORT FILMS ANNOUNCED
(Australia, Dir. Christopher Stollery)
Jessup Cellars 2014 Carneros Chardonnay w/Chef MikeC’s Simon & Garfunkel Popcorn
Dik is a short comedy about a father whose 6 year old son’s drawing leaves him questioning the boy’s sexuality – with disastrous consequences.
(Croatia, Dir. Una Gunjak)
Jessup Cellars 2013 Carneros Pinot Noir w/Chef MikeC’s Bacon Confit Crunch Popcorn
As a present for her 6th birthday, Selma gets a live chicken. When she realises the animal is going to be killed to feed the family, she decides to save it and set it free, unaware of the high stakes such action will lead to. It’s Sarajevo, year running 1993.
“Bad Boys II”
(France, Dir. Daniel Brunet & Nicolas Douste)
Jessup Cellars 2012 Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon w/Chef MikeC’s Montreal Smoked Meat & Mushroom Popcorn
The film blends animation and live action toys into a high-octane short inspired by the insane, over the top car chases in Michael Bay movies like Bad Boys II. Adam Sandler‘s company Happy Madison, along with Columbia Pictures, has just acquired the rights to make a feature length version of the Internet short
“A Finger, Two Dots Then Me”
(Dir. Daniel & David Holechek)
Jessup Cellars 2011 ‘Juel’ w/Chef MikeC’s Duck Rillette w/Red Wine Gastrique Popcorn
A Finger, Two Dots Then Me is a spoken-word piece based on a popular poem by renowned modern poet Derrick Brown. The film takes a dramatic look at death, life and love through the eyes of Brown, a beat poet who has performed around the world for the last decade both as a headliner and with bands such as the Flaming Lips and the Cold War Kids.
Check out Chef MikeC’s video that introduced it all at Napa Valley Film Festival 2013!