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Here are some of your choices, all within blocks of the Southampton Cinema at 43 Hill Street
The Job’s Lane Gastro Pub in Southampton opens its doors to the street and Agawam Park on warm days. Laura Donnelly
The Job’s Lane bruschetta at the Job’s Lane Gastro Pub is one of the best our food critic has ever had.
The Job’s Lane Salad features goat cheese, portobello mushrooms, pine nuts, and mixed greens. Laura Donnelly Photos

Employees at the East Hampton Cinema prepared for the Hamptons International Film Festival yesterday, changing the marquee for the coming event. Durell Godfrey

‘I’m going to be surprised to see what’s in the film. How do you put a hundred hours into an hour?’
Itzhak Perlman in a scene from “Itzhak,” a documentary having its world premiere as the opening night film of the Hamptons International Film Festival.
Itzhak Perlman, shown conducting in “Itzhak,” runs a music school on Shelter Island with his wife, Toby Perlman.

Dick Cavett, with Martha Rogers this summer at Guild Hall, will receive the first award named after him from the Hamptons International Film Festival on Oct. 5. Durell Godfrey

Gary Oldman's performance as Winston Churchill in "Darkest Hour" is already attracting Oscar buzz. It will be shown at this year's Hamptons International Film Festival. Working Title Films
"Call Me By Your Name" stars Armie Hammer and is set in Italy.
"Killer Bees" is a documentary on the Bridgehampton High School basketball team.

Those attending should expect lots of star power, serious cinematic achievement, and some surprises
Claire Foy and Andrew Garfield star in “Breathe,” to be shown at HIFF this year. Bleecker Street/Participant Media

Toby and Itzhak Perlman started the Perlman Music Program on Shelter Island.

Basketball was the lens through which they were able to examine such issues as race, income inequality, gentrification, the criminal justice system, politics, education, and a seasonal economy
Carl Johnson, who recently retired as Bridgehampton High School’s boys basketball coach, is at the center of the film, the Cummings brothers have said. Craig Macnaughton Photos

Julie Andrews

“Glory” was chosen as the best film in this year’s Hamptons International Film Festival narrative category. The film’s star, Margita Gosheva, second from right, stood with some of this year’s judges, from left, John Krokidas, Julie Goldstein, and David Edelstein. Morgan McGivern
"Black Swell," a narrative short by Jake Honig, right, that was shot in Montauk, won the Suffolk County Next Exposure Film Grant award. He was on the red carpet with David Rysdal.Morgan McGivern
Monday morning's awards announcement was preceded by an awards dinner honoring Edward Norton Sunday night at the Topping Rose restaurant in Bridgehampton. Mr. Norton, right, had fun with Takuji Masuda before the screening of their film, "Bunker77."Morgan McGivern
Topping Rose before the dinnerChelsea Audibert
Mariska Hargitay with Peter Herman before Sunday night's dinnerChelsea Audibert
Nicole Delma and Jesse Spooner Chelsea Audibert
Judith GiulianiChelsea Audibert
Nicole MillerChelsea Audibert