Let's hang out under the stars

The Loudoun Arts Film Festival’s mission is to entertain and engage audiences by curating innovative and compelling films that reflect Loudoun County’s diverse populace. LAFF 2020 will take place virtually on our website starting Aug. 27th and in person via Drive-In, Sept. 10-13th and 17-19th in Middleburg, Va at 50 West Vineyards.

LAFF will be following all social distancing protocol implemented by the CDC and conducting temperature checks on all members of our staff, volunteers and attendees. Our bathroom trailers will be accompanied by an attendant tasked to wipe down the bathrooms after each use. Sanitizing stations will be placed throughout the event and we require face masks to be worn at all times. We will have extra masks on hand and available upon request.

Drive-In tickets are limited and are $50 per attendee.

Drive - In

Film, Fine Art, Music, Wine and Cuisine at the idyllic, 50 West Vineyards in Middleburg, Va.

  • 7 nights
  • 2.5 hours of Film Programming from Oscar winners and soon to be nominees
  • 36 x 20 ft inflatable movie screen – sound available through your car radio
  • Fine Arts display in the Frank Lloyd Wright style passive solar deck house with views of the Bull Run Mountains.
  • Live Music every night before the films commence. Local and national talent like Maggie Miles, Henry Conlon, Jason Masi, The Thistle Brothers, The Willie White Band, The Frayed Knots, Chris Timbers, Viqui Brown Sherman Dill & Jamie, Airmont Road Acoustic.
  • 50 West Vineyards award winning wine
  • Pre-packaged food options from Market Salamander, food trucks from Red’s BBQ, Ford’s Fish Shack, Bilstad’s Beignets
  • Unveiling of the COVID-19 US Honor and Memorial Quilt Project

Virtual Festival

Want to participate while in the comfort of your own home?

  • LAFF offers 3 weeks of award winning content streamed through the Eventive platform
  • Local, Regional and international content
  • Q&A video sessions with filmmakers and named talent
  • Live filmmaker virtual happy hours

COVID-19 Honor and Memorial Quilt

MISSION – To inspire people across America to collectively express their gratitude for the medical professionals and first responders working on the front lines fighting COVID-19 and to memorialize those who have suffered greatly or whom we have lost.


The Foundation

Since 1986 Loudoun Arts has worked to enhance the quality of life in Loudoun County by advocating, assisting, and promoting the arts and individual artists. The LAC operates at the interface between and in support of all Loudoun arts organizations, providing programming, information, education, research, and communications to benefit the arts community as a whole.

The Loudoun Arts Film Festival is a program under the umbrella of The Loudoun Arts Council, a 501c3, non-profit organization.

The Loudoun Arts Film Festival is part of an organization that provides year round support for all the arts in Loudoun County. If you are interested in getting involved in with LAFF, please contact Kaeley Boyle.