Edgar Wright, the director of “Shaun of the Dead,” “Hot Fuzz,” and “World’s End” sat with Brie Larson, one of Variety’s 10 Actors to Watch for 2013, during brunch at Nick & Toni’s on Saturday.
Morgan McGivern, photos
The Hanptons International Film Festival brought not just films but parties, tributes, panels, roundtables, awards, and chats both before and after screenings. Here are jus a few of the many, many moments that made up the film festival this weekend.
The film "Free Ride" brought its screenwriter and director Shana Betz to the festival where it was shown. With her from left were Liana Liberato, Stephen Moyer, and Mark Larkham, the film's producer.
David Oyelowo, one of Variety’s 10 Actors to Watch, was recently seen in “The Butler” and “Middle of Nowhere.”
Adriana Shaw, the founder of herFlix posed with Sepideh Roozdar and Sara Anne Fingerman, at a brunch on Sunday at the Hedges Inn presented by Ms. Shaw’s company and New York Woman in Film and Television honoring the female filmmakers at the festival.
10) Elissa Shay and Scott Haze, a Variety Actor to Watch, enjoyed brunch at Nick & Toni’s on Saturday.
Jean-Ives Ollivier, the subject of the "Plot For Peace," took interviews at c/o the Maidstone on Sunday. The film is about the diplomatic negotiations behind the scenes to free Nelson Mandela from prison in the 1980s.
Former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani was flanked by Jacqueline and Fred Stahl at the Chairman's reception on Saturday.
From left, the directors Edgar Wright and Richard Curtis discussed what it was like to work with Eric Fellner and Tim Bevan with Rajenda Roy, who moderated Saturday’s tribute to the partners and their company Working Title Films.
Local girls Tonia D'Angelo, Erin McKay, and Aubrey Lampkin at the Chairman's Reception.
The closing night party at SL East on Sunday in East Hampton marked the unofficial ending to a lively weekend. More films were screened on Monday, including "12 Years a Slave," the closing night film.