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INTERVIEW: Jacqui Lofaro Talks Hamptons Doc Fest's Docs Equinox

by T.J. Clemente
On The Screen - "Our first one was about five years ago. It was our way of celebrating Earth Day with some environmental films," Lofaro said about the spring film series.


National Geographic Documentary Films' "Playing With Sharks" Screening At Sag Harbor Cinema

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "With its intrepid heroine, toothy co-stars and beautiful underwater cinematography, mostly rare and archival, Playing with Sharks is the perfect film to salute the wonders of wildlife," Sag Harbor Cinema's artistic director Giulia D'Agnolo Vallan said.


INTERVIEW: "The Real Housewives Of Atlanta" Star Cynthia Bailey Talks Season 13 Of The Bravo Hit, How She Knew Husband Mike Hill Was The One, And More

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "There's been a lot of great highlights. Recently, I just got married, that was amazing. Although they weren't able to film it, we still had our videographer filming and I was still able to share it," Bailey told us about "RHOA."


Metropolitan Opera Productions Screening At East Hampton's Main Beach

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "There's moonlight in the world, and there is magic. What better way to celebrate both and the arrival of spring than with some of the greatest music ever written?" Josh Gladstone pondered.


"French Exit," "Nomadland," Oscar Shorts, And "Wolfwalkers" Among First Films Open To The Public At Newly Renovated Sag Harbor Cinema

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "It's been a long and challenging road to get to this moment," reflected April Gornik. "But at long last, we are thrilled to be able to open our doors to Sag Harbor and the East End."


The Ladies Of WHBPAC To Make Their Big Screen Debut During "Making A Life"

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "We want to showcase that women's history comes in all forms, and many of the women around us have unusual and unexpected stories, anecdotes, and experiences - if you just ask," noted Allison Frost.


Sag Harbor Cinema's MovieVan To Bring Screenings Directly To East End Audiences

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "With so much uncertainty surrounding the opening of cinemas, the MovieVan was a no-brainer, allowing us to travel our programming to distant communities in a safe, outdoor environment that is more accessible (and environmentally friendly!) than your average drive-in theater," Jamie Hook said.


Learn Where To Screen The Oscar Nominated Best Documentary Feature Finalists Via Hamptons Doc Fest

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "If you haven't seen these compelling documentaries yet, we encourage you to catch up on them before the winner is announced at the Oscars broadcast on April 25th," Jacqui Lofaro said.


INTERVIEW: Filmmaker Dylan McCormick On Shooting "Sometime Other Than Now" In Greenport, The Film's Stars, Kate Walsh And Donal Logue, And More

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "He's a guy that you could just see living this sort of peripatetic lifestyle, haunted by something," McCormick said about Logue.


INTERVIEW: Filmmaker Barry Avrich On "Made You Look: A Story About Fake Art" And The Largest Art Fraud In American History

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "I was shocked that it went on for so long. You would think that if you're a con artist and you went in and that you were able to con the Knoedler Gallery on one or two pieces, you would get the hell out of Dodge," Avrich told us.


Eastville Community Historical Society, Bay Street Theater, And Southampton African American Museum Partner To Present "In Case You Hadn't Heard: A Conversation Between America's Past And Its Promise"

by Eileen Casey
On The Screen - "This brilliant idea of a convergent conversation between varied figures of history promises to be enlightening and maybe even edutainment," Dr. Georgette Lovette Grier-Key told us.


Sunday Afternoon Conversation Series To Welcome "Bacurau" Writer-Directors, "Heartworn Highways" Producer, And "The White Tiger" Director

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "The Sunday live conversations have been allowing us to connect our viewers more intimately with the films we show in the virtual cinema and to introduce to our community exciting directors from all over the world," Giulia D'Agnolo Vallan explained.


INTERVIEW: Actor Titus Makin On The Most Challenging Scene Of "The Rookie" To Film, Season 3 Of The ABC Hit, And More

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "Our writers and showrunner Alexi have done a great, great job about keeping a through line of truth and honoring the times we're in, but also still, that lightheartedness and aspirational quality that the show's always had, Makin said about season 3.


Guild Hall Teaming Up With Bel Canto Boot Camp On Duo Of Programs For Opera Enthusiasts

by T.J. Clemente
On The Screen - "One of the great things about partnering with Bel Canto Boot Camp is they started this program because singers were not able to perform and work at the Metropolitan Opera and regional and local opera houses. They therefore created a boot camp for singers," Anthony Madonna relayed.


Hamptons-Based Performing Arts Center Screening Oscar Submissions

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "We hope people watch these submissions and then tune into the Academy Awards to see who won," said Heather Draskin.


Hamptons-Based Performing Arts Center Presenting Tuesday Movie Night Series

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "Some of the film choices may seem a little odd at first (a movie about taxidermists?) but they've been chosen because the filmmakers treat their subjects like real people first, and not walking talking oddities living at the edge of society," Allison Frost said.


Sag Harbor Cinema And Cinema Tropical To Welcome "Identifying Features" Director And Co-Writer For Virtual Chat

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "Fernanda and Astrid, together with their cast and crew, bring compassion, poetry, visual beauty and an unexpected touch of thriller to a story that well exemplifies the ongoing tragedy at our Southern border," SHC Artistic Director Giulia D'Agnolo Vallan said.


Sag Harbor Cinema To Highlight Films From Director Wong Kar Wai This January

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "Stylistically it was made in a way that was different from any film I'd seen before I like how much freedom there is in how [Wong Kar Wai] juxtaposes images," filmmaker Barry Jenkins said.


INTERVIEW: Westhampton Beach Native And Filmmaker Christian Nilsson On "Unsubscribe" - A 2020 Box Office Number One Film

by Nicole Barylski
On The Screen - "It was absurd. To think that Christopher Nolan was supposed to have the number one movie, it was crazy. Lion King was the number one movie last year," Nilsson said about Unsubscribe becoming the #1 movie in America earlier this year.


INTERVIEW: Director Khadifa Wong On Her Documentary, "Uprooted: The Journey Of Jazz Dance"

by T.J. Clemente
On The Screen - "I think the most satisfying part was bringing to life stories that have been told before, and making sure we included the aspects of the social, political kind of landscape in a dance film - because that is not often done," Wong told us.


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