This Year's Festival:
May 17-21, 2022

DocWeek
Films 2022

TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY
BAR OPEN/PICNICS AVAILABLE AT 7:30 PM
FILM PRESENTATIONS BEGIN AT 8 PM
MIDDLEBURG COMMUNITY CENTER

  • tues
    17 may

    Breaking Bread

    Dr. Nof Atamna-Ismaeel, the first Muslim Arab to win Israel's MasterChef television competition, is on a quest to make social change through food. Israeli and Palestinian master chefs make food (not war!) Joining us will be Director Beth Elise Hawk.

    Picnic Boxes will be available to purchase from Lebanese Taverna

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  • wed
    18 may

    Mission Joy

    A look at the friendship between His Holiness the Dalai Lama and the late Archbishop Desmond Tutu. The film goes behind the scenes at the Dalai Lama's residence in Dharamshala, where Archbishop Tutu and the Dalai Lama recount stories from their lives. By directors Peggy Callahan and Oscar Winner Louie Psihoyos. Jolene Smith, Impact Producer Mission Joy, will join us.

    Picnic Boxes will be available to purchase from The Rail Stop

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  • thurs
    19 may

    End of the Line:
    The Women of Standing Rock

    A group of indigenous women risk their lives to stop the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, which jeopardizes their land, water and entire way of life. Despite the desecration of their ancient burial and prayer sites, violent confrontations, and limited resources, these women refuse to back down. Calls for change reverberate nationally as the women of Standing Rock lead a tireless effort to defend their right to clean water and rich heritage. Joining us will be Director Shannon Kring.

    Picnic Boxes will be available to purchase from The Whole Ox

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  • fri
    20 may

    Ronnie's

    Patron or All-Star Pass required in order to attend cocktail buffet. The story of musician Ronnie Scott and his Soho, London, jazz club, which would become the cornerstone of the UK jazz scene and one of the most famous jazz clubs in the world. An evening of jazz on the lawn before the film and cocktail buffet provided by Field and Main

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  • sat
    21 may

    The Mole

    VIP Pass required in order to attend dinner and film. A real-life undercover thriller about two ordinary men who embark on an outrageously dangerous ten-year mission to penetrate one of the world's most secretive and brutal dictatorships: North Korea. Danish Director Mads Brugger will join us at the private screening and PRIVATE DINNER. Brugger will be interviewed by US Diplomat, and local resident, Robert Gallucci.

    Cocktails/Seated Dinner

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