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Randy Mastro and Alec Baldwin welcomed the crowd at Guild Hall before the screening of "Loving." Jennifer Landes
Jeff Nichols and Nancy Buirski attended the screening of Mr. Nichols's film and discussed it afterward.Morgan McGivern
Board members and staff of HIFF posed for a big family photo before the screening. From left: Anne Chaisson, Judy Giuliani, Stuart Match Suna, Randy Mastro, Bob Balaban, Jeff Nichols, Nancy Buirski, David Nugent, and Alec Baldwin. Seated: Hilaria and Carmen BaldwinMorgan McGivern
The festival's corrals were once again full of film buffs waiting for the start of "Loving," this year's first big movie.Chelsea Audibert
Hugh King, as town crier, brought the evening's proceedings to order.Jennifer Landes
People came to dance at the after-party at The Leo in East Hampton.Morgan McGivern
D.J. TwiloMorgan McGivern
Samantha Press and Karen GoerlMorgan McGivern

Nancy Buirski and Jeff Nichols joined David Nugent, right, on the stage after the screening. Jennifer Landes
The extended HIFF group of board members and family members gathered with Jeff Nichols and Nancy Buirski, fourth and third from the right, before the "Loving" screening.Morgan McGivern
Mark Rabinowitz gave Mr. Nichols the Victor Rabinowitz and Joanne Grant Award for Social Justice.Jennifer Landes

David Nugent, film festival artistic director Khanh Xiu Tran

Brie Larson and Jacob Tremblay star in "Room," the audience favorite for narrative feature. Hamptons International Film Festival

David Nugent and Alan Alda, who has a supporting role in "Bridge of Spies," discussed the film after the screening. Morgan McGivern photos
The last line of the festival
Rudy and Judith Giuliani at the first HIFF awards dinner at a private residence in East Hampton
Emily Blunt, who participated in a HIFF Conversation With on Sunday, was at c/o The Maidstone on Sunday morning.
Joe Castelo, center, with the cast of "The Preppie Connection," one of those hometown small films that generated a lot of excitement at its Saturday screening.
Dylan Blue, a recent Southampton High School graduate, had a supporting role in "The Preppie Connection."

Meghan O'Hara celebrated the screening of her documentary "The C Word" with her family, from left, John, Rohan, and Ben Sasso. Morgan McGivern

With David Nugent looking on, Michele Mitchell shed some tears as she accepted the award for "The Uncondemned." Christine Sampson

Michael Moore in East Hampton Morgan McGivern

Cate Blanchett dances with Kyle Chandler, who plays her estranged husband in "Carol." Hamptons International Film Festival
Carter Burwell, Elizabeth Karlsen, Phyllis Nagy, Todd Haynes, and David Nugent share a laugh on stage during a post-screening discussion of the film.Jennifer Landes

A scene from "Born to Be Blue" Hamptons International Film Festival