Film

THAW Fest Unites East End Arts World

Hamptons Art Network’s 19 member organizations are teaming up for this weekend’s THAW Fest to bring a cultural awareness that transcends the luxurious lifestyle often associated with the Hamptons.

HIFF Announces Fresh Batch Of Films

On November 29, 2002 — one year after the death of George Harrison — Olivia Harrison and longtime friend Eric Clapton organized a performance tribute in his honor.

Before ‘The Exorcist,” There Was Paul Crump

William Friedkin may be best known for his Oscar-winning films “The French Connection” and “The Exorcist” — the latter of which is still considered the most frightening film ever made — but the director got his start with documentaries.

American Values Film Series Continues with Julie Andrews

The American Values Film Series, presented by the Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center, continues on Sunday, March 4 at 2 p.m. with a screening of “The Americanization of Emily” at Pierson High School Auditorium.

The 90th Annual Academy Awards Are Coming

It’s never a challenge to track down the major Oscar nods before the Academy Awards air —this year on March 4 — but the lesser-known nominees can be near impossible. Bay Street Theater and the Hamptons International Film Festival are making it easier.

Sag Harbor Cinema Project To Go Before ZBA

The Sag Harbor Village Zoning Board of Appeals is scheduled to hear variance requests from the Sag Harbor Partnership to rebuild and expand the former Sag Harbor Cinema.

Bits & Banter: HIFF Announcement, Jazz!, Zima! is Coming, Writers Return

Bundle up and come search for mythological gods, goddesses, creatures and fantastical visions.

Bits and Banter: Bees Doc Still Buzzing, Channeling The Piano Man, Night of Theater...

The Killer Bees are still stinging — and landing film distribution deals.

The Kids Are Alright … And Showing Off Their Talents at Guild Hall

This is a sampling of what’s in store for visitors to the Guild Hall art galleries this Saturday with the opening of the 26th Annual Student Art Festival.

Non-Profit Exceeds $8 Million Needed to Buy Cinema Property

The Sag Harbor Partnership has officially raised more than the $8 million needed to close on the purchase of the former Sag Harbor Cinema.

Sag Harbor Cinema Project Earns $1.4 Million in State Funding

The Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center has earned $1.4 million in grant funding, putting the entity over the finish line in its goal to purchase the property.

HIFF And Guild Hall Reroute Art House Films To East End

The Hamptons International Film Festival and Guild Hall are teaming up to bring a new series of screenings to the East Hampton theater.

East Hampton Resident Wins Audience Award

“The Opera House” screened to a packed audience on the opening night of the 10th annual Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival.

Heavy Hitters Gear Up for American Film Series

In the spirit of the Sag Harbor Cinema, the Sag Harbor Partnership is launching the free American Values Film Series on Sunday.

Sag Harbor Cinema Grant Matched

The Sag Harbor Partnership’s efforts to purchase the Sag Harbor Cinema property and create the Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center got a $100,000 boost this week.

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