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"The Night Cafe" is one of Vincent van Gogh's paintings brought to life in the film "Loving Vincent," part of a new winter film series selected by HIFF and to be shown at Guild Hall.
A scene from "Faces Places" with the artist JR and the filmmaker Agnes Varda

Anne Chaisson, far left, and David Nugent, far right, joined some of the jurors of this years Hampton International Film Festival on Monday morning to give out awards. The jurors are, from left, Julie Goldman, Roger Ross Williams, Toni Ross, and Harris Yulin. Durell Godfrey
"Under the Tree" won the best narrative feature award from HIFF.
"Lots of Kids, a Monkey, and a Castle" was named best documentary feature.

Mariska Hargitay came to the festival on Sunday to support her film "I Am Evidence."
Allison Williams participated in the panel discussion "Anatomy of a Scene," with the director and producers of "Get Out" and her co-star Daniel Kaluuya.Judy D'Mello
Leon Vitali, left, who worked for years as Stanley Kubrick's personal assistant, is the subject of Tony Zierra's (right) "Filmworker." Jackie Pape
Susan Lacy's (center holding flowers) local fans showed up to offer their support of her latest documentary on Steven Spielberg; from the left: Kristen Benfield, Deb McEneany, Walter Bernard, Bina Bernard, and Kevin McEneanyDurell Godfrey
Jamie Bell, who is English but no stranger to Long Island from his series "Turn: Washington's Spies" was at the festival to support "Film Stars Don't Die in LIverpool" in which he stars with Annette Benning.Durell Godfrey
Lauren Roberts, Jared Greenman, and Lois Robbins at the New York Women in Film and Television brunch at Mulford FarmJackie Pape
Annette Bening on stageDurell Godfrey
Bob Balaban, who has made a few films of his own, moderated the discussion with Annette Benning.Durell Godfrey
Rob Reiner on stage during his discussionDurell Godfrey
Eric Kohn, Eric Kohn, chief film critic and deputy editor for Indiewire, and chairman of the New York Film Critics Circle, spoke with Jordan Peele, the director of "Get Out," second from the left, and the producers of the film on Sunday at Bay Street Theater.Jackie Pape

Melissa Leo, who grew up spending summers in Springs with her father, Arnold Leo, plays a Mother Superior in "Novitiate."
Maggie Betts before the first screening of her film "Novitiate" at the Hamptons International Film Festival on FridayJackie Pape

Rob Reiner, who is one of the speakers at the Hamptons International Film Festival, on the set of "LBJ," which is screening in East Hampton Sunday
Woody Harrelson stars as Lyndon Baines Johnson (with Kim Allen as Jackie Kennedy) in Rob Reiner's new film "LBJ."

Patrick Stewart and his wife Sunny Ozell joined Emily Gordan and Kumail Nanjiani at the 10 Actors panel. Mr. Nanjiani and Ms. Gordan's love story was captured in his hit film "The Big Sick," which was released this summer. Jackie Pape
Patrick Stewart joined some of the emerging actors distinguished by Variety magazine, from left Daveed Diggs, Hong Chau, Danielle MacDonald, Mr. Stewart, Kumail Nanjani, Daniel Kaluuya, Kiersey Clemons, and Timothee Chalamet.Jackie Pape
Bob BalabanJackie Pape
Patrick Stewart joined Julie Andrews on the red carpet at the Suna residence before the reception.Durell Godfrey
The Baldwin family was out in full force to join the celebration, including Alec, Hilaria, and their children Carmen, Rafael, and Leonardo.
Kate MaraDurell Godfrey
Judith and Rudolph GiulianiDurell Godfrey
The festival's former chairman, Stuart Match Suna, the current co-chairman Randy Mastro, Julie Andrews, Patrick Stewart, Anne Chaisson, and David NugentDurell Godfrey
Mary Jane and Charlie Brock with Pat Swinney Kaufman at the Andrews receptionDurell Godfrey

A West Virginia coal miner is one of the subjects of "11/8/16."
The cast and crew of "The Misogynists" on Friday before the screeningDurell Godfrey
Jeff Deutchman, right, discussed "11/8/17" after the screening.Jennifer Landes
Gigi Graff, Dylan Baker, Jamie Block, and Onur Tukel answered questions after the screening of "The Misogynists."Jennifer Landes

Jennifer Garner Durell Godfrey
Carl Johnson, Orson Cummings, Joe Zucker (assistant coach for the Killer Bees), and Ben Cummings prior to "Killer Bees" screeningDurell Godfrey
David Nugent, the festival's artistic director, and Armie Hammer before the screening of "Call Me by Your Name" at Guild HallJackie Pape
Some of the stars of "Wanderland," from left, Tara Summer, Tate Ellington, and Dree HemingwayDurell Godfrey
The Conflict and Resolution panelists at their post-screening reception at Eileen Fisher in East HamptonJackie Pape
Bruce Weber examined a Cecil Beaton book at Bay Street Theater prior to the screening of "Love, Cecil" about the photographer.Durell Godfrey
Dan Rizzie and Susan Reimen consulted The Star's film festival guide while waiting in line for "Mountain."Durell Godfrey
Maggie Betts, the director of "Novitiate," which stars Melissa Leo, who spent much of her childhood in SpringsJackie Pape
The cast and crew of "The Misogynists," which had its world premiere on FridayDurell Godfrey
Amanda Knox, the director of the narrative film short "Night Call"Durell Godfrey

Left to right: Dan Schoenbrun, Jeffrey Bowers, Matthew O'Neill, and David Nugent Mark Segal