The 19th annual Hamptons International Film Festival came to town last weekend. Top: Taking a break between films on Saturday night at Guild Hall was a group of festival founders and board members. Bottom, left to right: Michael and Maria Cuomo attended a screening of “Living for 32,” a film she produced. On Sunday night, Penelope Ann Miller gave out awards and received one as a representative for the film “The Artist,” which was the festival’s closing night and Audience Award-winning film. Alexander Skarsgard introduced the Lars von Trier film “Melancholia,” in which he stars. He also sat on a panel and received an award on Sunday morning for being a festival breakthrough performer. Ezra Miller was another busy breakthrough performer at the festival, doing double duty as a representative for “We Need to Talk About Kevin” and “Another Happy Day.” Morgan McGivern photos

Matthew Broderick
Matthew Broderick was praised for his intelligence and humor and his unique style of irony with warmth in a relaxed discussion with Alec Baldwin on Saturday at Guild Hall. Morgan McGivern

John Pomianowski
John Pomianowski said he came to Montauk for the waves, not for the famed East End light. Russell Drumm

David Bailey relaxed on the grounds of c/o The Maidstone on Friday before a screening and discussion of his film “Warhol” at the Hamptons International Film Festival. Morgan McGivern

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Spalding Gray teaching a storytelling workshop. Estate of Spalding Gray
Lichtenstein on Ladder
Laurie Lambrecht’s new book has plenty of pictures of Roy Lichtenstein in his studio, including this one with him on a ladder painting an interior scene.

Carter Burwell has chosen Amagansett as his base for composing scores for films such as “Fargo,” “Twilight,” and “Being John Malkovich.” Catherine Tandy