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Colson Whitehead and his award-winning novel Madeline Whitehead

August 31, 2006
Jamal Joseph, second from right, stopped by the Eastville Community Historical Society on Sunday before the screening of his film. Joining him, from left, were Joyce Joseph, a co-founder of IMPACT, Khadim Diop, and Susan Penzner. Durell Godfrey photos
Mr. Joseph, left, discussed the film after the screening with Cheryl Hill, the producer, and Khadim Diop, who stars in it.
Reynold Ruffins, Vivian Wallace, Murial Cunningham, Elinor Fendall, and Michael Butler met up before the screening in Bay Street's lobby.
Susan Penzner and April Gornik

Aaron Eckhart, right, plays a boxing trainer for Miles Teller's character in "Bleed for This." Mr. Eckhart will be interviewed at the festival.

Jeff Nichols's "Loving" explores a landmark Supreme Court case that overturned laws against interracial marriage.

Edward Norton, right, in "Birdman" with Michael Keaton

Jean Lindgren Durell Godfrey photos
Mike Bloomberg and Diana Taylor
Robyn Burdette
Stewart Lane and Bonnie Comley
Molly Brennan
James Lipton
Durell Godfrey, the author and photographerSally Gelling

An untitled sculpture by Bill King Durell Godfrey photos
Abby Abrams with her creation
The piece by Lawrence Randolph
Rocco Liccardi
Reynold Ruffins
David Slater

Toni Ross, right, stood with Andrea Grover, the curator of the Parrish Art Museum's 'Road Show' series, and Charlie Marder on Saturday at the opening of her exhibiton. Morgan McGivern

On Friday, Mia Fonssagrives-Solow hosted a reception for the French Heritage Society at Truxel Farm in East Hampton that featured her sculpture. Durell Godfrey photos
William Sherman Donnelly and his sister, Laura Donnelly, celebrated their grandparents at "Living Well Is the Best Revenge: A Jazz-Age Fable of Sara and Gerald Murphy" at a Friday night reception at the East Hampton Historical Society.
Many partygoers, like Rich Look and Mardie Gorman, took the theme of the exhibition to heart with garb reminiscent of the 1920s.
Mary Busch held a fetching parasol at the Gerald and Sara Murphy reception.
Janet Schutt and Denise Market found themselves at the Peconic Land Trust's Through Farms and Fields party in similar garb and also sporting parasols.
Carmen Baldwin paraded around with her own parasol as her mother, Hilaria Baldwin, followed her.
Sue and John de Cuevas were honorees at the Peconic Land Trust party.
Jeanne and David Stiles at the Amagansett Art Show opening, held in the Jackson Carriage Barn at the Amagansett Historical Association.
Mark Perry with one of his paintings in the Amagansett show.
Billy Strong with a Durell Godfrey photograph he purchased.