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‘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.

A Fashionista Weekend at SAC

This weekend, Southampton Arts Center (SAC) is celebrating fashion icons and legends with two film events that take a deeper look into those who have helped shape the industry.

Hamptons Doc Fest Recalling The Mets 1986 World Series Season

On September 10, Hamptons Doc Fest will present a special, free outdoor film — the only screening on Long Island — of the ESPN 1986 Mets docuseries debut of “Once Upon a Time in Queens,” about the Mets’ 1986 World Series-winning season.

A Celebration of Senegalese Filmmaker Djibril Diop Mambéty

Sag Harbor Cinema is collaborating with the Bridgehampton Child Care & Recreational Center (BHCCRC) and the Black Film Festival to highlight the work of Senegalese filmmaker Djibril Diop Mambéty who made only two feature films — his 1973 debut, “Touki Bouki,” and “Hyenas” (1992) — before his untimely death at 53. His brief, but stunning, filmography also includes a handful of shorts.

A Film Reveals Leonard Bernstein’s Connection to Israel

On Thursday, August 12, at 7 p.m., AFIPO and the Jewish Center of the Hamptons will screen “Leonard Bernstein and the Israel Philharmonic.

Southampton Arts Center August Programs

Summer is in full swing at Southampton Arts Center (SAC). From the return of ICP Talks, this year with a focus on street photography, to a hilarious reading of celebrity autobiographies by their fellow stars to thought-provoking films and panels, there is no shortage of things to do at SAC.

Sag Harbor Cinema Screens ‘Putney Swope’ in Honor of Director Robert Downey Sr.

Beginning Friday, July 30, Sag Harbor Cinema (SHC) celebrates the late Robert Downey Sr. with a screening of his anti-establishment satirical comedy, “Putney Swope” (1969). The film stars Arnold Johnson as Putney Swope, a Madison Avenue adman who is inadvertently elected to head the agency.

Black Film Festival Returns to Parrish Art Museum

The Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreational Center (BHCCRC) is presenting its second Black Film Festival with the Parrish Art Museum, and at 8 p.m. on Friday, July 30, will present “Shaina” and the short film “My Father the Mover” outdoors on the museum’s lawn. Bring your own chair to the screening.

Southampton Arts Center August Happenings

Summer is in full swing at Southampton Arts Center (SAC). From the return of ICP Talks, this year with a focus on street photography, to a hilarious reading of celebrity autobiographies by their fellow stars, to thought-provoking films and panels, there is no shortage of things to do at SAC.

‘Adventures of a Mathematician’ at Hampton Synagogue Drive-in

Directed by Thor Klein, “Adventures of a Mathematician” tells the story of Polish immigrant and mathematician Stan Ulam, who moved to the United States in the 1930s. The film will be screened on Sunday, August 2, at 8:30 p.m. as a drive-in hosted by the Hampton Synagogue Jewish Film Festival.

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Harris Yulin and Stacy Keach Explore a Famously Complicated Relationship in ‘Vienna’

If you ask Bridgehampton’s Harris Yulin about his partnership with fellow actor Stacy Keach, he’ll tell you that theirs is a long and enduring friendship — one that has spanned more than 50 years. And, as you might expect, it all began with the stage.

Michael Disher Believes in Miracles

When it comes to East End theatrical longevity, Michael Disher has been directing productions out here probably longer than anyone else. But audiences have probably noticed that both Disher and his productions have been conspicuously absent from the SCC stage as of late. That’s because in recent years, Disher has been undergoing treatment for a cancer diagnosis and related complications. Now, Disher is back at SCC with a holiday show for the ages.

The Hamptons Doc Fest is Back in Person

Last year, the Hamptons Doc Fest went virtual, with audience members streaming documentaries from the comfort of their own homes through an app. But now, a year later, the festival is back with two in-person venues in Sag Harbor.