A peek behind the scenes, of the people, who bring festival audiences new and amazing films.
Join Rush at the Lark Theater on October 13 for an MVFF Award tribute and clips and conversation.
Lark Theater popcorn is in a league of its own.
Before the popcorn or after the credits, nothing beats a movie-perfect nosh.
It’s been 50 years since Hollywood underwent seismic changes that can still be felt today.
There’s no shortage of stargazing and celebrity sightings at the Mill Valley Film Festival.
With the industry still dominated by male directors, the MVFF found a way to feature the work of women.
Going strong after a 1999 renovation, the Smith Rafael Film Center retains its status as a crowd favorite.
While originality counts, movie remakes offer the power to evolve a story over time.
The golden man, MVFF executive director Mark Fishkin, has smiled on many past festival pictures.
The Mill Valley Film Festival screens films from around the world but it doesn’t neglect local talent.
This year's lineup.
A celebrated music lineup for everyone.
The actor discusses how Richard Ford’s novel Wildlife inspired him to step behind the camera for the first time.
These films are all about interacting with Mother Nature.
Special features and programs not to be missed.
This community gem hosts concerts that tie into MVFF films.
From time to time, movies have eerily predicted the future.
Five popular adaptations put to the test.
A festival built solely on documentary films has become a big success.
It's show time! The Mill Valley Film Festival is almost here with an exciting line-up of new films and a slew of stars...
Mill Valley Film Festival founder/executive director Mark Fishkin and director of programming Zoë Elton, on curating the signature MVFF experience.
Get the details on the opening night of the Mill Valley Film Festival.
Our hometown film festival has a knack for picking the hits.
Mill Valley Film Festival founder/executive director Mark Fishkin and director of programming Zoë Elton take a look back at the festival’s 40-year history.
This year’s winner of the MVFF Award is one of America’s most-loved independent film directors.
The Mill Valley Film Festival has to promote itself too. To that end, the festival has continually produced some of the most creative promotional “trailers” in the industry.
Horror master John Carpenter set his Halloween follow-up in West Marin.
Transformed from dollar house to state-of-the-art house, the Smith Rafael Film Center keeps fans coming back.