The average particle sizes of nanoscale (Ba0.8Sr 0.2)(Ti0.9 Zr0.1)O3 ceramic powder (nano-BSTZ) was approximately 73nm. Polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF)/nano-BSTZ composite films with various contents of the nano-BSTZ were screen-printed on indium tin oxide glass substrates. From the XRD patterns, PVDF was the semicrystalline type polymer. The content of the nano-BSTZ increased from 10 wt% to 50 wt%, the dielectric constants of the PVDF/nano-BSTZ films slightly decreased with increasing measured frequency. The specific capacitance values of the PVDF/nano-BSTZ composite films mixing with 50 wt% nano-BSTZ was 11.6 nF/cm2 (measured at 1 kHz). Those results suggested that the PVDF/nano-BSTZ composite films were a good candidate to develop thinner embedded capacitor devices with higher capacitance value.