Film

“Very Semi-Serious” is the Latest Hamptons DocFest Online Offering

The newest online “Fest Favorite” documentary offering from Hamptons DocFest is the 2015 film “Very Semi-Serious” which will be added to the website on Wednesday, May 27.

North Fork TV Festival’s Script Writing Competition

The North Fork TV Festival announces the second annual Alfred P. Sloan Science + Tech Pilot Script Competition, which aims to encourage screenwriters to create more realistic and compelling stories about science and technology and to challenge existing stereotypes about scientists and engineers in the popular imagination.

Who Remembers the Old Hamptons Drive-In? (Hint: It was in Bridgehampton)

The Hamptons Drive-In Theatre opened in July 1955 and was located on the site of what is now the Bridgehampton Commons shopping plaza.

It’s Back To The Future for the Drive-In Movie on the East End

UPDATE: Due to expected inclement weather on May 23, this event will take place on Sunday, May 24 at 8:30 p.m. Tickets are sold...

Freshly Chosen Films

Following a successful first four weeks of virtual programming with Sag Harbor Cinema @ Home, the cinema is bringing audiences a new selection of films that are accessible round the clock on its website.

An Animated Life

Each week, Hamptons DocFest adds a new “Fest Favorite” documentary to its website as a treat in these viral times. The newest film to join the line-up is “Life, Animated”, the inspirational story of Owen Suskind, a young man with autism, who was unable to communicate until his family discovered they could use his favorite Disney films to connect him with the world around him.

Susan Lacy’s “Spielberg” Joins the Virtual Line-up at Hamptons DocFest

In recent weeks, Hamptons DocFest founder/executive director Jacqui Lofaro has been adding a new “Fest Favorite” documentary to its website every Wednesday as a treat for all to enjoy in these viral times. The newest film to join the line-up on Wednesday, May 13, is “Spielberg,” Susan Lacy's 2017 documentary about the life and career of director Steven Spielberg.

It’s a Drive-By of the Artistic Kind

All across the South Fork, a car-themed touring art show of sorts will be offered this weekend by some 50 painters, sculptors, photographers, performance artists, film and video makers, poets, and musicians.

It’s All About the Capital

Every Monday, HamptonsFilm releases a new “Now Showing” offering in collaboration with various film distributors. Released on May 4 and available now was “Capital in the 21st Century,” a film directed by Justin Pemberton from distributor Kino Lorber.

Mid-week Cinema Treat

In these difficult days of isolation, the Hamptons Doc Fest has been offering an additional, timely “Fest Favorite” documentary film every Wednesday, via the hamptonsdocfest.com website, as a mid-week treat for all to enjoy. This week, it's Stanley Nelson’s “The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution.”

Let’s Go To The Movies … At Home, Of Course

Though audiences are currently hunkered down in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic and the Sag Harbor Cinema has yet to open its doors, the theater remains fully committed to the magic of “big screen viewing” and the notion of moviegoing as a collective physical experience — even if it's online for now.

HamptonsFilm “Now Showing” Online

The HamptonsFilm “Now Showing” Series is continuing with private online “screenings” of Zeitgeists’ “Sorry We Missed You,” a film directed by Ken Loach and written by Paul Laverty.

Donors Allow Sag Harbor Cinema To Create Fund For Needy

Donors Allow Sag Harbor Cinema To Create Fund For Needy

A Virtual Variety Show, Music, Theater and Film Planned For This Weekend

With another weekend of responsible social distancing upon us, several arts organizations are offering online programming in an effort to break up the monotony...

Sag Harbor Cinema Announces Community Relief Fund

The Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center announced Wednesday that it has created The Sag Harbor Cinema Community Relief Fund, which will donate $250,000 over a six-month period to nonprofit organizations dedicated to addressing food insecurity and emergency relief on the East End. 

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