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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.


Parrish Art Museum And Sag Harbor Cinema Present "Saw" For Their First Collaboration

by Sydney A. Braat
On The Screen - "I'm thrilled to collaborate with Sag Harbor Cinema to present such an intriguing program by contemporary artists who are also filmmakers," said Corinne Erni, Senior Curator of ArtsReach and Special Projects. "Their cinematic exploration represents another dimension that allows new insights into their art practice for our audiences."


INTERVIEW: Filmmaker Catherine Tambini On Documenting Dancing Dreams For "Perfectly Normal For Me"

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "It's just a really supportive and loving program," Tambini told us.


INTERVIEW: Actress Abigail Hawk On Her Latest Role, Dr. Louise Pearce, Season 10 Of "Blue Bloods," The Cast's Camaraderie, A Unique Family Legacy And More

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "She, to me, is the epitome of what a strong woman is," Hawk told Hamptons.com about Dr. Louise Pearce.


INTERVIEW: Writer, Director, And Producer Grant S. Johnson On "Nighthawks"

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "While Chace [Crawford] had never played a role where he's insecure and doesn't really realize he's good looking - because, of course, Chace is always cast as very handsome, I always thought of him for it," Johnson told Hamptons.com.


Timothy Greenfield-Sanders' "Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am" To Open Hamptons Doc Fest's Fall Season

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "This documentary of her life, made by longtime friend Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, brings her back to us in wonderful ways. Morrison was, and remains, a natural treasure of American literature," Jacqui Lofaro noted.


"Waves" To Close Out 2019 Hamptons International Film Festival

by Sydney A. Braat
On The Screen - "We are elated to conclude our festival with Trey Edward Shults' WAVES, a beautiful drama of a family's love that will absolutely mesmerize our audiences," said David Nugent, Artistic Director of the Hamptons International Film Festival. "And with our Breakthrough Artist signature program, we are pleased to recognize the talent of Camila Morrone, Aldis Hodge, Lulu Wang, three artists whose work on the screen has been stunning."


Mountainfilm On Tour To Present Two Days Of Documentary Shorts In The Hamptons

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "This year's theme is EQUITY and the films were specially selected to shed light on inspiring people and important issues around the world," Elyn Kronemeyer noted.


Save The Waves Film Festival To Screen An Evening Of Surf Adventures

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "This year's eclectic program includes films highlighting surf cultures and personalities from Tofino to Tasmania," Trey Highton explained.


Surf's Up In Montauk With Return Of Annual Women's Film Festival

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - Women's Surf Film Festival founder Davina Grincevicius says, "we're deeply grateful that the Women's Surf Film festival is returning to the Montauk Beach House. It's a base for New York's surf community and provides such a warm and welcoming home to present the work of artists seeking to highlight women's experiences within the surf world."


"Laws Not Jaws: Why Oceans Need Sharks" Comes To Montauk

by Courtney File
On The Screen - The main focus of the unique exhibition is Frank Mundus, a fisherman from Montauk and the inspiration for Jaws' Quinn.


INTERVIEW: Singer-Songwriter And Actor Ameliarose Allen On Her "American Idol" Journey, The Inaugural East Hampton TV Festival And More

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "I was completely shocked," Allen told us about when she audition for Lionel Richie, Katy Perry and Luke Bryan and they all wanted her to go to Hollywood to compete on American Idol.


Brian De Palma And Toni Ross To Be Honored During 2019 Hamptons International Film Festival

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "Although he often worked with big stars and great writers, Brian is responsible for most of the excitement in his films," Alec Baldwin noted.


The Retreat To Show "Donna, Stronger Than Pretty" By Film Maker Jaret Martino

by Sydney A. Braat
On The Screen - "I am compelled to tell stories where women are the heroes who save themselves. 'Donna, Stronger Than Pretty' is an empowering film about the journey of a woman finding her voice. Women often must fight for social and economic equality. This was my mother's reality and the inspiration of "Donna, Stronger Than Pretty'," remarked Jaret Martino, Film Maker.


INTERVIEW: Roberto Rizzo On The Inaugural East Hampton TV Festival

by T.J. Clemente
On The Screen - "I love East Hampton very much! I love the arts and films; they are my passion," Mr. Rizzo told Hamptons.com.


Hamptons International Film Festival Hosting Friday Evening Doc Screenings At Southampton Arts Center Throughout May

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "These documentaries offer a cinematic immersion into the world's best loved art, accompanied by insights from the world's leading historians and arts critics," Anne Chaisson


Spring Doc Fest To Screen "Biggest Little Farm," 'Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool," And "Breslin And Hamill: Deadline Artists"

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "We greet the new season with what we do best…screening a new crop of docs," Jacqui Lofaro, founder/executive director of Hamptons Doc Fest, relayed. "Our 3- film series pays homage to our planet, print journalism and the primo music of Miles Davis."


Sundance Film Festival Audience Award Winner, "Knock Down The House," To Screen At Pierson High School

by Sydney A. Braat
On The Screen - "Knock Down the House is a film about hope that challenges the narratives that create cynicism and despair. The film is ultimately about power and how to build it in yourself and in the world, and what it takes to make the politically impossible possible," said the film's director Rachel Lears.


Animated Vincent van Gogh Biopic Returning To The Hamptons

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "I'm pleased to show this stunning thriller that will leave the audience feeling as if a Van Gogh painting has come to life to tell a provocative story about the artist's death," said Corinne Erni.


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