October 13 – 16, 2022
Middleburg, Virginia

Press

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2022 Press Coverage

The Washington Post
Middleburg Film Festival turns 10 with largest program ever
By Ann Hornaday

Variety
Middleburg Film Festival Celebrates 10 Years of Movie Loving
By Nick Clement

Rotten Tomatoes
Film Fest Preview: Where To See Next Year's Oscar Contenders Before They Hit Theaters
By Daniel Joyaux

Awards Daily
Middleburg Film Festival Diary: Best of Hollywood Descends on Quaint Virginia Town
By Clarence Moye

RogerEbert.com
Middleburg Film Festival 2022 Highlights
Susan Wloszczyna

2021 Press Coverage

Variety
‘Belfast’ Wins Top Prize at Middleburg Film Festival
by Jazz Tangcay

The Washington Post
At Middleburg, the pandemic pause yields a crop of thoughtful, deeply personal movies
by Ann Hornaday

RogerEbert.com
A Look Back at the 2021 Middleburg Film Festival
by Susan Wloszczyna

Clayton Davis
Can Clifton Collins Jr’s Performance in ‘Jockey’ Break the Oscars Curse for Latino Actors?
"At the Middleburg Film Festival this month, there were two rapturous standing ovations in the main theater of the Salamander Resort, where all the prominent films screen. One was for the best picture front-runner “Belfast” from Focus Features. The other was for Clifton Collins Jr.’s heartfelt turn as an aging equestrian hoping for his final championship run in “Jockey” from Sony Pictures Classics.”

Variety
How Kirsten Dunst and ‘Power of the Dog’ Could Make History for Women at the Oscars (EXCLUSIVE)
by Clayton Davis
“The Power of the Dog” DP Ari Wegner, who just was recognized at the Middleburg Film Festival last week and also shot the early year dark comedy “Zola,” has the best shot to become the second woman to achieve this feat.

Gold Derby
Ann Dowd (‘Mass’): ‘Can I drop to that level of grief and stay there in a truthful way?’
Kenneth Branagh (‘Belfast’) chats his award-winning personal film and how he gently tweaked his own story
by Susan Wloszczyna, Charles Bright

The Film Experience
Middleburg Film Festival to open with “King Richard”, close with “Power of the Dog"
Middleburg Honorees: Ann Dowd, Dakota Johnson, and more …
by Nathaniel Rogers