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At Middleburg, the pandemic pause yields a crop of thoughtful, deeply personal movies

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Nor did pandemic-era strictures have an effect on quality: Koch and Connie White, Middleburg’s astute and tireless head programmer, managed to score many of this year’s hottest awards contenders, including “King Richard,” Branagh’s tender coming-of-age memoir “Belfast,” Fran Kranz’s searing chamber piece “Mass,” Pablo Larrain’s Princess Diana biopic “Spencer,” Mike Mills’s uncle-nephew road picture “C’mon, C’mon,” Rebecca Hall’s period drama “Passing,” Jane Campion’s 1920s western “The Power of the Dog,” Maggie Gyllenhaal’s impressive directorial debut “The Lost Daughter” and Joe Wright’s daring adaptation of the stage musical “Cyrano,” featuring Peter Dinklage in a breathtaking performance as the title character.

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