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Joe Dante's "Matinee" Screening As Final "Here Comes The Cinema" Feature

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "Joe Dante's passion for film as reflected in his very special blend of horror, subversive comedy and sharp political satire makes for very unique voice in American cinema," Giulia D'Agnolo Vallan said.


INTERVIEW: Filmmaker D.W. Young On His Film, "The Booksellers," The Rare Book World, And More

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "Determining the price is an art and there's no set rules on it," D.W. Young told Hamptons.com.


"Dawson City: Frozen Time" Director Bill Morrison To Attend Hamptons Screening

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "'Film was born out of explosive,' Bill Morrison's film's wonderfully haunting opening line, is about nitrate's flammability as much as about the explosive power of cinema itself," reflected Giulia D'Agnolo Vallan.


INTERVIEW: Directors Lisa Barros D'Sa And Glenn Leyburn On Their Latest Film, "Ordinary Love," How Bono Helped Them Cast Liam Neeson, And More

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "When they met, I think they had an instant chemistry, I think they share a sense of humor, and an ease of the way they work," Leyburn told Hamptons.com about Liam Neeson and Lesley Manville.


Parrish Art Museum To Screen Daniel Traub's Ursula von Rydingsvard: Into Her Own

by Sydney A. Braat
On The Screen - "I'm delighted to welcome Ursula von Rydingsvard in person to talk about her life and art, and to present this visually stunning film that tells the deeply moving story of an extraordinary woman artist who has overcome so many obstacles—a perfect tribute to Valentine's Day and to celebrate passion, love, and persistence," said Corinne Erni, Senior Curator of ArtsReach and Special Projects.


HamptonsFilm To Host "The Mission" Screening With Alec Baldwin

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "Director Roland Joffé gave us some great films (The Killing Fields, Fat Man and Little Boy) but The Mission is his magnum opus," Alec Baldwin reflected.


Peter Bogdanovich's "The Last Picture Show" To Screen As Part Of "Here Comes The Cinema!" - With Ed Burns Post Film Conversation

by Sydney A. Braat
On The Screen - "The Last Picture Show speaks to the heart of Ed Burns' own cinematic universe and its poetic attraction towards small, suburban communities. I was thrilled when Ed accepted to appear as a speaker for our series, and even more that he chose this film," said Sag Harbor Cinema's Artistic Director Giulia D'Agnolo Vallan.


Edward Sedgwick's "The Cameraman" To Screen As Part Of "Here Comes The Cinema!"

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "Good laugh picture with Buster Keaton," Variety said about the film in a review. "The same old stencil about a boob that does everything wrong and cashes in finally through sheer accident."


Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center Screening Oscars® Shorts And Marilyn Monroe Classic

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "A funny film with an odd flavour of humour," a 1959 The Guardian review said of the Billy Wilder film.


Marion Cajori And Amei Wallach's "Louise Bourgeois: The Spider, The Mistress And The Tangerine" Screening In The Hamptons

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "I'm delighted to continue our partnership with Hamptons Doc Fest and to kick off the season, which focuses on women artists, with Louise Bourgeois who was hugely influential and galvanized so many women artists who came after her," said Corinne Erni.


The Neo-Political Cowgirls Hosting Screening For Girls' Gaze Film Program

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "This program has an outcome of short films, but the PROCESS is where we apply the focus and primary meaning," Kate Mueth said. "To understand that HOW we maneuver through our lives is possibly even more important than the places we reach is, we find, highly helpful in helping youth (and adults!) to thrive, to be happy, and to feel enriched on a very deep level."


Drawdown East End Film Festival: Films And Forums For Climate Health

by Eileen Casey
On The Screen - Solutions to climate health focused on the East End include "Showing how our community can positively impact and increase our chances for a healthy planet" by meeting with others to discuss initiatives "in conversational forums that are well versed in [our three initiatives] regarding Plant-Based Diet, Regenerative Practices (land and sea), and Reducing Food Waste," and "how these strategies can create a healthy climate right here in our home towns as well as around the world," relayed Hawken.


"Here Comes The Cinema!" Continues With Peter Bogdanovich's "Targets"

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "It's fascinating to watch [Boris] Karloff. Like Spencer Tracy in Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, he brings an extra dimension to his character: The role bears some resemblance to real life," Roger Ebert said about the Target star in a film review.


Preston Sturges' "Sullivan's Travels" Screening As Part Of "Here Comes The Cinema"

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "Delicious Hollywood satire, brilliant screwball, a somber portrait of the Great Depression and an ode to the mighty power of comedy itself, Sullivan's Travel's is virtually a perfect film," SHC's Artistic Director Giulia D'Agnolo Vallan noted.


Lillian Ball's "Sanctuary" To Show At The Parrish Art Museum

by Sydney A. Braat
On The Screen - "I'm delighted to present this film that shows how the struggle to preserve the environment is universal, and I'm hoping that it resonates with our audience in an area where parallels to over-development threatening nature could be drawn," said Corinne Erni, Senior Curator of ArtsReach and Special Projects.


Sag Harbor Cinema's "Here Comes The Cinema!" Premiering With Giuseppe Tornatore's "Cinema Paradiso"

by Sydney A. Braat
On The Screen - "Whether it's a scene or an entire film, cinemas and the movie going experience have been at the heart of so many movies…It seemed a natural theme for this last pre-opening series; and also a good way to acknowledge the extraordinary collective effort that made possible the rebuild of the Sag Harbor Cinema," Giulia D'Agnolo Vallan relayed.


INTERVIEW: Jacqui Lofaro On The 2019 Hamptons Doc Fest, The Many Local Ties Of This Year's Festival, And More

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "The films really run the gamut, which is why programming is always such a challenge for us because there's so many really good films," Lofaro told Hamptons.com.


INTERVIEW: Filmmaker Jill Campbell On "Seat 20D," Persevering Through Tragedy, Premiering At Hamptons Doc Fest, And More

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "I think it's really important for us to mourn with these characters and I think that every time we have a terrorist, mass killing anywhere in the world, we all die a little bit," Campbell told Hamptons.com.


INTERVIEW: Bay Street Co-Founder Emma Walton Hamilton On Collaborating With Mom Julie Andrews, The Importance Of Cultural Centers, And More

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "I feel enormously privileged and honored to be able to help her bring her story to light in this way," Walton Hamilton told Hamptons.com.


"Los Reyes" To Kick-off November Film Screenings At WHBPAC

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "An extraordinary film. Wonderful. Full of striking compositions that make the ordinary beautiful," Jonathan Romney said about Los Reyes.


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