“The Opera House” screened to a packed audience on the opening night of the 10th annual Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival.
In the spirit of the Sag Harbor Cinema, the Sag Harbor Partnership is launching the free American Values Film Series on Sunday.
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.
The Hamptons Take 2 Film Festival is back for 2017 and runs Thursday, November 30 to Monday, December 4 at Bay Street Theater.
"Letters from Baghdad" tells the story of the formation of Iraq through the eyes and words of an unlikely champion and ally of the Arab tribes.
"Kanovitz makes us acutely aware of the artistic process, the miracle of vision, and mercurial nature of our seemingly familiar world.” – Sam Hunter
Going into its 18th year, the Hamptons International Film Festival’s Screenwriters Lab is now accepting submissions from emerging screenwriting talent.
A visiting artist took a group of Hayground School students on a trip back in time to explore the art of animation to help them expand their own skill sets.
The book traces the cinema’s history from the silent age through its tenure as the last independent, single-screen theater in the Hamptons.
When the Latin American Film Festival started, its intent was to connect people across cultures.
The Guild Hall permanent collection began with one donation: a portrait of Thomas Moran. It would only grow as members of the Tile Club, American...
LTV and Historic Films Archive are teaming up to help bring attention and support the Sag Harbor Partnership's Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center.
Gregory Thorpe spoke to The Sag Harbor Express about the goals of AIA Peconic and his belief that the Sag Harbor Cinema is an incredibly important project.
“Milton Glaser: To Inform & Delight,” a film by Wendy Keys, will screen on October 19 at 7 p.m. at the John Jermain Memorial Library in Sag Harbor.
The 25th annual Hamptons International Film Festival ran from October 5 to 9, and screened more than 115 films from around the world.