“Moondog Airwaves,” will play at noon, 1:30, and 3 p.m. at the Sag Harbor Cinema on Saturday

A random sampling of documentary films from this year’s Hamptons International Film Festival
“Disturbing the Peace” is about former Israeli and Palestinian fighters who end up working as peace activists.
“God Knows Where I Am” explores the travails of one woman’s battle with mental illness.
“Marathon: The Patriots Day Bombing” looks at psychological and physical recovery after the blasts.

An exploration of the function of symbols as props in visual art
The seemingly dissimilar works in “The Castle of Perseverance” are linked by the artists’ use of objects as props to suggest drama or narrative. Mark Segal

At the Southampton Cultural Center

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At the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill

Alec Baldwin, holding his son Rafael, at last year’s Hamptons International Film Festival with Stuart Match Suna and Randy Mastro, right. It was during last year’s festival that Mr. Baldwin and Mr. Mastro became co-chairmen after Mr. Suna’s retirement. Monica Schipper/Getty

The work of film artists who will define the future of the medium is likely to be found in the festival’s competition section
“The Eagle Huntress” is the story of Aisholpan, a 13-year-old who breaks gender barriers by becoming the first female eagle hunter in 12 generations of her Kazakh family.

The weekend offers a headline concert and fund-raiser, an abundance of free performances by South Fork musicians, and a music-themed film
Joan Osborne is headlining this year's Sag Harbor American Music Festival. Jeff Fasano

Paintings of Utah’s high desert
“Riding Past Zion,” from Jim Gingerich’s “Out West” series, features Lucy, the white horse the artist rode while in Utah, and a landscape with “a lot of warm tones and verticality.”