The Loudoun Arts Film Festival (LAFF) returns for a second year with an entertaining and thought-provoking mix of indie films. Kaeley Boyle, Co-Founder and Festival Director, describes LAFF as “a collaboration between local business leaders, artists, and community members that provides a platform for individuals to speak their truths in a safe and beautiful space.” For 2021, the festival showcases over 150 film and video projects.
The LAFF 2021 festival will run from September 10-19, with film screenings in a drive-in format at 50 West Vineyards (39060 John Moseby Hwy, Middleburg VA) on the weekends (September 10/11/12 & 17/18/19). The film program will start at sundown, with music, fine art, food, and wine events beforehand each night. During the week (September 13 -16) selected films and art-related events will be presented at Artistic Fuel in Leesburg.
For a guide to the films and to purchase tickets online, visit LoudounArtsFilmFest.eventive.org.By Staff Contributor