The 2022 Virtual Vail Film Festival Announces Lineup Celebrating Independent Filmmakers

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The 19th annual Vail Film Festival will take place online, from December 1st to 4th, 2022.

Vail, Colorado Nov 30, 2022 ( – The 19th annual Vail Film Festival will continue virtually this year, with a selection of acclaimed and award-winning independent films. The festival, dedicated to supporting and celebrating independent filmmakers, plans to return to an in-person event in 2023.

“This year’s film festival continues our mission to shine a light on female artists,” said Festival Director Corinne Hara. “The festival has always been a platform to help discover and foster new talent and we’re excited about the number of powerful storytellers that we are showcasing in this year’s lineup, including many amazing female directors, writers, and producers.”

“We are proud to continue our mission to support filmmakers through the online film festival. Like last year, we look forward to film fans from Vail and beyond having access to the festival, where they can enjoy our curated selection of innovative and entertaining films. While we are very much looking forward to an in-person event next year, the online format allows people everywhere to participate in the festival,” said festival co-executive director Sean Cross.

This year’s film program includes Tribeca Film Festival Audience Award winner, Our Father, The Devil, written and directed by Ellie Foumbi, Slamdance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize winner, Hannah Haha, written and directed by Jordan Tetewsky and Joshua Pikovsky, Santa Barbara International Film Festival best film nominee, We Burn Like This, written and directed by Alana Waksman, Lisa Hurwitz’s acclaimed documentary, The Automat, with Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Mel Brooks, and Colin Powell, Anna Rezan’s award-winning documentary, My People, and Tribeca Film Festival Best Documentary winner, The Cave Of Adullam, directed by Laura Checkoway. The full film program of narrative features, documentaries, and short films, can be found online at

For more information, to buy passes, and to view the full film schedule, visit


Celebrating its 19th year, the Vail Film Festival is widely recognized in the international filmmaking community for supporting emerging and critically acclaimed talent from around the world. The Vail Film Festival is presented by the Colorado Film Institute. More information can be found at

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