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The final day and a half of the very short but very fun Middleburg Film Festival went by with a whirl.We've since received word on the winners.Though Middleburg is a non-juried festival,the audience votes for a people's choice style prize.The documentary winner wasBiggest Little Farm,a film about the director and his wife trying to develop a sustainable farm on 200 acres in California.Farmhas been making the festival rounds for the past two months and is aiming for an April 2019 bow in movie theaters.

The narrative feature winner,echoing the crowd-response at TIFF a month earlier,went to Peter Farrelly'sGreen Book.Green Bookwas the closing film of the festival and I was able to catch its first screening on Sunday before racing to the airport to return home.The crowd went wild for it and it's worth noting that Middleburg has a more diverse audience than a lot of festivals (that's probably due to the vast social connections ofthe founder Sheila C Johnson,co-founder of BET who is one of the nation's richest African-American women and very involved in the arts).Sadly I wasn't able to attend the Q&A though I did manage to snap this photo before racing to the airport as the star Viggo Mortensen,the composer Kris Bowers,and director Peter Farrelly entered to a wild standing ovation to discuss the movie...


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