As summer winds down, the Hamptons International Film Festival is gearing up — slowly announcing the roster for its 26th year, which will include films from three alumni of the annual Screenwriters Lab, all of whom happen to be women.
It isn’t every day that Shaquille O’Neal backs a film — especially one about a high school basketball team in Bridgehampton.
Directed by Ben Gulliver, the artistic piece about winter surfing will headline Surf Movie Night XVI on Wednesday, August 1, at 7 p.m. at Guild Hall, located at 158 Main Street in East Hampton.
“Artists do love movies!” she exclaimed. “I’ve always felt like all the artists I know had an encyclopedic knowledge of the history of film — an amazing, amazing sense of movie history.
On the tiny island of Martha’s Vineyard, where presidents and celebrities vacation, oversized trophy homes threaten to destroy the island’s unique character — not unlike more familiar territory here on the East End.
In 2008, Ed Cashin and Fred Doss teamed up and founded Paddlers for Humanity — a humble, grassroots non-profit dedicated to bettering the lives of children and families through mental and physical health initiatives.
The Sag Harbor Cinema’s sequel will be set in stone this Saturday, June 16, at 2 p.m., with a groundbreaking ceremony for the new Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center on Main Street in Sag Harbor.
Anyone watching musician, artist and dancer Adam Baranello at work can see it — a certain intensity and passion in his face, a true fire beneath what he is doing, and creating, and ultimately saying.
“Zita Cobb: Film, Art & Fogo Island,” a talk about the intersection of art, film, culture, economics, sustainability and impact, will be held on Saturday, June 2, at 7:30 p.m. at the Pierson High School auditorium.
For four years, Susan Scarf Merrell had a secret — the hardest secret she’s ever had to keep. Finally, the word is out.
"Bathtubs Over Broadway," "Chef Flynn" and "Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind" comprise the lineup of HIFF's 10th annual SummerDocs series.
“Bernard and Huey” is already an award-winning film, having screened at more than 25 festivals across five continents.
Celebrate Earth Day by attending the Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival’s Spring Docs Day.
This weekend, Stages, a Children’s Theatre Workshop will also rise up to the challenge.
Over the course of a year, Chinese artist Ai Weiwei visited 40 refugee camps in 23 countries.