December 12, 2015 all-day
Jessup Cellars Tasting Gallery
6740 Washington St
Yountville, CA 94599
$35 General | $25 Member

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.


“The Answers” | Q&A with Guest Filmmaker Michael Goode

(8 min, USA, Michael Goode)

Jessup Cellars 2010 Table for Four w/Chef MikeC’s Roasted Lamb and Garlic Confit Popcorn

Every question you’ve had about life in eight minutes or less.

The Answers – Trailer from Michael Goode on Vimeo.

“First Date”

(9 min, Australia, Director, Rob Innes)

Jessup Cellars 2014 Sauvignon Blanc w/Chef MikeC’s Habanero Green Onion Garlic Popcorn

Mark decides to make a change to his life, so he goes on a date with Sue, a girl he has met on an internet chat site. Problem is, Mark doesn’t know what Sue looks like, and when he sits down with her at the Cafe, he accidentally mistakes her for Sarah, the cafe’s manager who is there conducting job interviews.


(21 min, Kosovo, Jaime Donoughue)

Jessup Cellars 2013 Pinot Noir w/Chef MikeC’s Porcini Garlic Parmesan Popcorn

As the specter of war looms over Kosovo, the friendship of two boys is tested to the utmost in this powerful and haunting drama based on real-life events.


(11 min, USA, Austin Kolodney)

Jessup Cellars 2011 Napa Cabernet Sauvignon w/Chef MikeC’s Bacon Smoked Sea Salt Popcorn

The action/comedy follows Eugene Brown as he enacts the Peruvian tradition of Takanakuy on his family.