Bay Street's Week of Film, Music, and Dance

A Hamptons International Film Festival screening and a concert with calligraphy are two of the highlights
Lutz Rath Kristi Kates

The Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor will be a busy venue this week, with four days of films, music, and dancing, starting today at 6 p.m. with a screening of “The Winter Guest,” a drama directed by Alan Rickman about a widow determined to leave Scotland who gets an unexpected visit from her aging mother. Starring Phyllida Law and Emma Thompson, it was shown in 1997 at the Hamptons International Film Festival. Tickets are $10.

Joe Lauro, a filmmaker, musician, and archivist, will return to Bay Street tomorrow night at 8 with a new film in his Legends of Rock series, a restored version of rarely seen footage of the T.A.M.I. Show from 1964, which featured performances by Chuck Berry, Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, Marvin Gaye, the Rolling Stones, and others. Tickets are $15.

Organizacion Latino Americana of Eastern Long Island will hold a Pachanga for Peace and Unity at Bay Street starting at 7 p.m. on Saturday. Loosely translated as “dance party,” the pachanga will feature music by Mambo Loco, Certain Moves, Willy Fuentes, Mila Tina, and others. In addition, 28 members of the Latino community will perform an R&B classic in celebration of diversity and unity. Tickets are $20.

The weekend will conclude Sunday afternoon at 3 with “Five Nation Ensemble,” a program that will include live calligraphy by a Chinese master accompanied by harp and cello, a narration by Lutz Rath of a Dada poem by Kurt Schwitters, a duet for violin and cello of a composition by the German composer Hanns Eisler, and performances of Saint-Saens’s Fantasie for harp and violin and Glinka’s Romance for harp, violin, and cello. Tickets are $25.