As the 26th annual Hamptons International Film Festival comes to a close, this year’s winners are standing in the spotlight.
For years, Volker Schlöndorff has clung onto a memory — one swirling with passion, damaged by hurt, and shrouded in regret. A great love lost, one he can never forget.
This is the year of the female, and the Hamptons International Film Festival is right on board — with a staggering 45 percent of this year’s 125-film slate directed by women, screening at various East End venues through Columbus Day weekend.
“Bruce Vaughn: The Future of the Cinematic Experience and Immersive Narrative” will be held on Monday, October 8, at Pierson High School in Sag Harbor, Vaughn's alma mater.
On Friday, September 28, the Parrish Art Museum will present a program of short films by an international group of young filmmakers that address poignant, emotionally charged moments in male lives, curated by filmmaker Jack Kendrick.
With Columbus Day right around the corner, so is the Hamptons International Film Festival. The 2018 edition will open on Thursday, October 4.
East End Arts’ Executive Director, Patricia Snyder has stepped down after 23 years working for the nonprofit arts organization. Shawn Hirst began as East End Arts new executive director on August 31.
Joining in on the festivities is the “Artists Love Movies” film series, which will conclude with Susan Lacy’s 1998 documentary “Leonard Bernstein: Reaching for the Note” on Sunday, September 16, at Pierson High School in Sag Harbor, to benefit the Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center.
On Saturday, September 15, the Amagansett Library will continue its fourth annual Art/History/Amagansett series with “Flashback: Hamptons International Film Festival,” featuring Executive Director Anne Chaisson and Artistic Director David Nugent.
Academy Award-nominated and Golden Globe-winning actor Alan Alda will receive The Dick Cavett Artistic Champion Award during the 26th annual Hamptons International Film Festival this Columbus Day weekend.
Every fall, the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center delivers a slate of lesser-known films by distinguished directors from across the world with one common hallmark: the use of art and the environment to drive the plot and themes.
Jake Gorst has spent the past two decades researching and documenting midcentury modern architecture, including the work of his grandfather, architectural designer Andrew Geller. He also happens to be an Emmy Award-winning filmmaker.
Artist Paton Miller has always wanted to see one of his paintings as the Hamptons International Film Festival poster. That wish has finally come true.
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.