Film

HIFF Announces Screenwriters, Screenplays, Mentors for 19th Annual Lab

For the second year running, women will dominate the Hamptons International Film Festival’s Screenwriters Lab, entering its 19th year from April 5 to 7 in East Hampton.

‘Gabriel Over The White House’: Surreal, Yet Timely

In the heyday of the Great Depression, MGM released one of the most important political movies made in Pre-Code Hollywood, according to some historians.

Bits: ‘Forms & Figures,’ OFVS Brings Chills, ‘Girl Rising” Still Fans Women’s Rights

‘Forms & Figures’ Celebrates Female Vision It is without coincidence that the group show, “Forms & Figures,” opens on Saturday, March 16 — right in...

Sag Harbor Cinema Names Gillian Gordon as Executive Director

A film executive and producer for the past 28 years, Gillian Gordon has worked in numerous facets of the film business from education to production.

HIFF Now Accepting Submissions

The Hamptons International Film Festival is now accepting submissions for the 2019 festival, to be held from October 10 to 14.

No Holds Barred: Parrish Art Museum Celebrates Women’s History Month

March marks Women’s History Month, and the Parrish Art Museum is pulling out all the stops — celebrating with three programs featuring three different women

‘Falls for Jodie’ Steps Up and Into John Hinckley’s Head

Directed by Bill Burford, the play is an imagined account of John W. Hinckley Jr.’s strange partnership with a concierge at a hotel next to Yale University.

A History of Arts in Sag Harbor and Its Connection to the Future

In a village anchored by cultural institutions on the north and south end of Main Street — and soon to be the middle — the thriving arts scene is intrinsically and undeniably linked with economics.

‘Little Murders’: From Broadway Back to Big Screen

Since 1967, when “Little Murders” was staged in an off-Broadway theater, Jules Feiffer mesmerized critics with the clever absurdity of his prose.

Filmmaker Shooting Ghost Story at American Hotel in Sag Harbor

Ari Selinger’s love affair with Sag Harbor began with summertime visits when he was a young kid and continued with winter visits into his adult years.

Bay Street Kicks Off ‘Friday Night Flicks” with Eye on Environment

Globally, toxic chemicals are ubiquitous, health and environmental experts agree. They are in the food, water and soil, packaging, hygiene products and electronics — a fact many consumers refuse to accept.

Bits: Get a Jump on Valentine’s Day, Workshop Celebrates Whitman, ‘Salt of the Sea’...

For one day only, swing by the Valentine Craftmarket on Saturday, February 9, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Ashawagh Hall, located at 780 Springs-Fireplace Road in Springs.

‘The Price of Everything’ Explores the Cost of Paint on Canvas

“The Price of Everything” will screen on Saturday, January 26, at 6 p.m. at Guild Hall, located at 158 Main Street in East Hampton.

‘Painters Painting’ Leads New Film Series at Parrish Art Museum

Emile de Antonio was a keen observer of the art world, an important conduit between artist friends and gallerists. They let him into their homes and studios, and sometimes, with a video camera in hand.

‘First Reformed’ Kicks Off Sag Harbor Cinema Initiative

On Sunday, January 20, Paul Schrader’s critically acclaimed film “First Reformed” — a powerhouse tour-de-force starring Ethan Hawke as the troubled Protestant minister of a dwindling congregation — will screen at 6 p.m. at Guild Hall, located at 158 Main Street in East Hampton.

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Contemplating ‘Art’ at Guild Hall in East Hampton

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