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Works By Sailor Brinkley Cook, Vincent Urban, Jackson Hyland-Lipski, Nicholas Whelan And Dave Fitzpatrick Featured In Emerging Artists Film Festival

by Kristen Catalano
On The Screen - "I shot visuals of my subjects first, in a place they said to feel most themselves, and interviewed them last because I wanted the videos to feel separated (and yet brought together) by how their identity is viewed publicly and how they truly view themselves as [self-perception]," said Sailor Brinkley Cook.


Citizens For Access Rights Presenting "The Sandlot" During Outdoor Movie Night

by Jamie Aranoff
On The Screen - "We look forward to this event every summer," said Nicole Castillo of CfAR.


Fifth Annual Women's Surf Film Festival To Highlight Surfers From The US, Australia, New Zealand, Maldives, And More

by Sydney A. Braat
On The Screen - "I'm excited to bring the creative inspiration and culture of this year's selection of women's surf films to Montauk, in an effort to expand the reach of our featured filmmakers and fearless female surfers beyond NYC," said Lava Girl Surf's co-founder Davina Grincevicius.


Go Back To 1897 And Witness The First Moving Pictures Shown In Sag Harbor During "Fridays On The Porch"

by Sydney A. Braat
On The Screen - "Fridays on the Porch are a great way for community members and visitors to come together and hear about our rich and wonderful history," said Nancy Remkus.


And The Beat Goes On: "Alive In France" Featuring Music By Well-Known Composer Joe Delia To Premiere At Cannes Film Festival

by Eileen Casey
On The Screen - "The film Alive in France documents the friendship and musical collaboration between myself, Abel Ferrara and Paul Hipp," Joe Delia told Hamptons.com.


Parrish Art Museum Screening Documentary About Jane Jacobs' Fight To Preserve New York's Historic Neighborhoods

by Sydney A. Braat
On The Screen - "I am excited to screen this excellent documentary on urban citizenry and to welcome two experts on the topic," said Corinne Erni, Curator of Special Projects.


Parrish Art Museum Screening Robert Frank Documentary

by Julia Braat
On The Screen - "I have long been fascinated by Robert Frank's work," shared Corinne Erni, Parrish Art Museum Curator of Special Projects. "He wasn't afraid to push the boundaries as a photographer and filmmaker.


Southampton Arts Center And Telluride Mountainfilm Presenting Sundance Film Festival Winner "Sonita"

by Sydney A. Braat
On The Screen - "Sonita's beats are as solid as stones, her rhymes are fierce, and her videos are a piercing howl against the constant injustice, fear, and sexism women must endure," wrote the Sundance Jury.


Poignant Documentary To Be Featured At The Parrish Art Museum During Family Month

by Julia Braat
On The Screen - Underwater Dreams tells the story of a Mexican immigrant who embarks on a robotics competition against a powerhouse M.I.T. competitor.


Paul Simon's Longtime Bassist To Speak About "Under The African Skies" Documentary During North Fork Screening

by Julia Braat
On The Screen - The East End Arts will present a documentary tracing Paul Simon's journey back to South Africa followed by a Q&A by bassist Bakithi Kumalo.


UPDATED: Alec Baldwin To Present Hamptons International Film Festival "To Kill A Mockingbird" Screening

by Sydney A. Braat
On The Screen - "Alec and I felt that To Kill a Mockingbird is especially timely due to its central theme of racial inclusion," explained David Nuggent, HIFF Artistic Director.


Winter Break Screenings: New York International Children's Film Festival Coming To Water Mill

by Sydney A. Braat
On The Screen - "These inspiring, funny, and playful short films are entertaining for families, while acknowledging that children have complex ideas and emotions and can think about big issues," said Cara Conklin Wingfield.


Internationally Renowned Swedish Artist, Jacob Felländer's Artwork To Be Featured In New Nicolas Cage And Gina Gershon Film

by Sydney A. Braat
On The Screen - "His [Felländer] work is all over the main house that Nic (Cage) and Gina (Gershon) live in," explains Jonathan Baker, who splits his time between Los Angeles, New York and East Hampton. "His work will be used in the master bedroom, the master hallways, the living room and dining room. His inspiration will allow the lens to pop with colors and define the people in the film with great richness. I am proud to have his art in my art."


Bravo Releases Trailer For "Summer House" - The Series Filmed In Montauk

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "Everyone's heard of the Hamptons. That's like your mom's friend who wears pearls," cast member Kyle Cooke explained.


Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival To Present "All Docs, All Day"

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "There's something for every documentary film lover in this year's line-up," noted HT2FF founder and executive director Jacqui Lofaro.


Two Gripping Films Presented At Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center's December Movie Series

by Sydney A. Braat
On The Screen - "Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center Finest in World Cinema series continues to showcase the best of foreign, documentary, art house and independent films," remarked Erin Young.


Award-Winning Independent Film, Un Tengo Más, To Be Shown During OLA Film Festival At Parrish Art Museum

by Sydney A. Braat
On The Screen - "We are thrilled to partner once again with OLA, and delighted to make the film program as well as the current exhibition accessible to the Spanish-speaking community of the East End," said Corinne Erni, Parrish Art Museum Curator of Special Projects.


Hamptons-Based Arts Center Celebrating The Life Of Gene Wilder With "Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory" Screening

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "It's a whimsically wonderful classic that the whole family can enjoy together, and the gift that Wilder gave to so many of us will live on," said Amy Kirwin.


Filmmaker Gayle Kirschenbaum Makes The Switch To Subject For "Look At Us Now, Mother!"

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "This is my story but it also could be your story; laugh a little, cry a little, and discover that forgiveness is possible even when it seems unlikely," said filmmaker Gayle Kirschenbaum.


Sag Harbor-Based Theater To Host Special Viewing Of Jamal Joseph's "Chapter & Verse"

by Sydney A. Braat
On The Screen - "A very good, intelligent, and affecting piece of film realism that has tough politics and debunks some sentimental ideas about 'the black community.' One almost never sees anything like that … it's a very strong film … It is definitely going to be on my ten best list this year," remarked Amy Taubin.


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