18th Annual Latino Film Festival of the Hamptons

OLA (Organización Latino Americana) brings the 18th annual Latino Film Festival of the Hamptons to the East End on September 17-18, and this year will be presenting award-winning films from Guatemala, Colombia and the United States. Screenings will be held at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill and the Sag Harbor Cinema.

Time for Fall Fun at SAC

With summer now setting on the horizon, Southampton Arts Center (SAC) is looking forward to fall and several events in September, including the opening of SAC’s newest exhibition “Clearing the Air: The Transformative Power of the Arts,” a show opening September 17 that is curated by Jay Davis, artist and curator of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center’s Ambulatory Care Arts Program.

ESPN Film Tells the Story of the 1986 Mets

n Friday, September 10, Hamptons Doc Fest and the Southampton Arts Center will co-present a special, free outdoor film — the only screening on Long Island — of the ESPN docuseries debut of “30 for 30: Once Upon a Time in Queens” about the Mets’ 1986 World Series-winning season. Two of the four-part series (each 50 minutes) will be shown using hours of never-before-seen footage of the team.

‘Mothering Sunday’ Will Have Its U.S. Premiere At HIFF

HamptonsFilm has announced that Eva Husson’s film “Mothering Sunday,” will have its U.S. premiere at the upcoming Hamptons International Film Festival (HIFF), screening as the Sunday Centerpiece film on Sunday, October 10.

More Big Screen ‘Road Rage’ at Sag Harbor Cinema

Sag Harbor Cinema continues its tie-in program with The Church’s “Road Rage” exhibit, which runs through September 18, with a new set of high octane titles — Jack Hill’s stock car racing classic, “Pit Stop” (1969); Steven Spielberg’s stunning feature debut, “Duel” (1971); and Quentin Tarantino’s ferocious “Death Proof” (2007) screening from August 27 to September 2.

Mountainfilm on Tour in Southampton

Mountainfilm on Tour Southampton is bringing a selection of culturally rich, adventure-packed and inspiring documentary films to the East End that have been curated by the Mountainfilm festival in Telluride, Colorado.

Darlene Charneco’s ‘Symbiosome Schoolhouse’ Hits the Road

For the 10th season of its offsite exhibition series “Parrish Road Show,” the Parrish Art Museum invited East End-based Latinx artist Darlene Charneco (American, b. 1971) to create a site-specific exhibition at Oysterponds Historical Society in Orient, on the North Fork of Long Island.

Lily and her Dominoes

On Saturday, August 21, Guild Hall hosted a screening of the Jeremy Workman’s documentary “Lily Topples the World” as part of HamptonsFilm’s SummerDocs series. The film tells the story of Lily Hevesh, considered one of the best domino topplers in the world.

‘Lily Topples the World’ Rounds Out SummerDocs Season at Guild Hall

Looping spirals of blues and greens. Architectural creations that seem to defy gravity. Lines and lines falling one by one. These are just a few images of domino toppling, where artists spend painstaking hours setting up intricate designs that fall, in just a few seconds or minutes, in beautiful ways. Lily Hevesh, considered one of the best domino topplers in the world, has spent years on her craft and amassed over a billion views on her YouTube channel, Hevesh5.

‘Footprints of An Angel:’ New Film to be Shown at Southampton Cultural Center

“When I was reading the script, I asked the script writer, did you look into my life?” Tramar Pettaway said of his newest project in a recent phone interview. The Southampton native and graduate of Southampton High School is the associate producer of a new film. Titled “Footprints of An Angel,” it is partially based on his own life experience.

The 29th Hamptons International Film Festival will run October 7 to 13

On August 12, HamptonsFilm announced that the 29th edition of the Hamptons International Film Festival will take place October 7 to 13, 2021, with live and in-person events and screenings across the East End.

A Weekend of Happenings at the Arts Center at Duck Creek

This weekend brings art, music and film to Duck Creek.

Sag Harbor Cinema Screens ‘Little Fugitive’ for Families

Sag Harbor Cinema continues its “Kids and Families” program with a one week run of the classic of American independent cinema “Little Fugitive,” in which a little boy, tricked into believing he has killed his older brother, runs away to Coney Island.

Sag Harbor Cinema Launches Education Initiative

On Monday, August 16, at 7 p.m., Sag Harbor Cinema will present a special fundraising screening of Steven Pink’s 2006 film “Accepted,” featuring an introduction and Q&A with the film’s screenwriter, Bill Collage.

The 29th Hamptons International Film Festival will Run October 7 to 13

On August 12, HamptonsFilm announced that the 29th edition of the Hamptons International Film Festival will take place October 7 to 13, 2021, with live and in-person events and screenings across the East End.

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