Film

HarborFest Returns

Sag Harbor’s favorite end-of-season celebration, HarborFest, returns next weekend. Sponsored by the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce and other local organizations, the Fest features...

Mid Term Cuts Shake It Up at Town Hall

By Andrew Rudansky “Cost Cutting Mode,” is how Southampton Town Supervisor Linda Kabot describes the current state of the town, and cost cutting is just...

Amazing Grace

by Julie Penny My mother’s name is Grace. She is our  “Amazing Grace.” Still as sharp as a tack.     This July we celebrated her 90th...

Reeling in Retro

 “I’ve always been a fan of the dri-ve-in,” admits Sag Harbor’s Debbie Skinner. “I grew up by the Whitestone Bridge in Queens — in...

Films With Green Theme Underscore College’s Mission

By Marianna Levine With movies ranging in subject from butterflies and turtles to building in an eco-friendly way, Stony Brook Southampton’s First Annual Green Film...

Black Film Festival Comes to Town

This weekend, a new film festival comes to the Sag Harbor Cinema on Main Street. Granted, by festival standards it’ll be a pretty modest...

Gray, Gay and Late for a Date: Film Looks at those who come out...

Ken was 72 years old at the time. Elaine was 79. For LeAnna the change came at 60. In their previous lives these were people...

Filmmakers’ Second Act: Festival for movies overlooked the first time around

  From Sundance, Cannes and Telluride to nearly every other big (and small) city in the world, for movie lovers there is never a shortage...

Propose Permits for Filmmakers

In recent weeks, residents may have noticed a film crew working in the vicinity of Long Beach. With an eye toward perhaps more filmmakers...

Film Hopes to Raise Awareness of Helicopter Noise

As the Memorial Day weekend — the unofficial start of the summer season — bears down on local residents, the fear of helicopters and low...

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Rocco Liccardi Remembers an Earlier Sag Harbor

When he was 10 years old in 1948, Rocco Liccardi — like others in his family — would tease his father about buying a piece of land in the Wickatuck hills near Noyac Bay and his decision to build a house there. But the family did it, coming out to Long Beach Lane for days at a time, camping out in old Army tents on the property while Rocco’s father put the house together.

18th OLA Film Festival Offers a Cultural Bridge

As a nonprofit organization, the primary mission of OLA (Organización Latino Americana) of Eastern Long Island is to advocate for the East End’s Latino immigrants. But it also seeks to build bridges by connecting Spanish-speaking residents with the wider year-round community and, in the process, educate everyone about the concerns and strengths of their neighbors. OLA’s annual Latino Film Festival of the Hamptons is designed to do just that.

Two Decades Later, Eric Fischl Reflects on the Power and Pain Behind ‘Tumbling Woman’

“Tumbling Woman.” It’s a sculpture created by artist Eric Fischl in the months immediately after 9/11, and it was born as an honest reflection of the complicated emotions that emerged after the attack on the World Trade Center — especially for those who lived in New York.