Arts

Eileen Hickey-Hulme’s “Chrysler Imperial”
Eileen Hickey-Hulme’s “Chrysler Imperial” will be on view at the Crazy Monkey Gallery in Amagansett beginning today.

“To Kill a Mockingbird,” shown in rehearsal, will open at the Bay Street Theatre as part of its Literature Live series on weekends.


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“Architecture of a Bomb,” an installation dating from August, has attracted enough sustained interest to continue at the Silas Marder Gallery in Bridgehampton through December.
“Architecture of a Bomb,” an installation dating from August, has attracted enough sustained interest to continue at the Silas Marder Gallery in Bridgehampton through December. Gary Mamay

Carol Hunt’s “Firebird” will be featured in “Material Matters” at the Southampton Cultural Center.
Carol Hunt’s “Firebird” will be featured in “Material Matters” at the Southampton Cultural Center.

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