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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

One of the cars from last year taking a lap on the old track at The Bridge Michael Shaffer/Capitol Sunset Photography

Colin Ambrose was the pit master for much of the evening, grilling up all manner of meat products for a hungry crowd. Photos by Durell Godfrey unless otherwise noted
The partnership's president, Nick Gazzolo, left, and Gavin Menu, the co-publisher and director of advertising for The Express, checked in guests at the party. Lori Hawkins
Margaret Garrett and Robby Stein
The crowd was as dense as the smoke from the grill.
Gordian Raacke, Gabrielle Raacke, and Edwina von Gal
Eric Fischl
Rive Weiner helped her dad, Jason Weiner, at the Almond restaurant table.
The flames flew high into the night.
Walter and Bina Bernard
Gene Casey

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

Claire Foy and Andrew Garfield in "Breathe," the Sunday Centerpiece Film of this year's film festival. Bleecker Street/Participant Media
Woody Harrelson stars as Lyndon Baines Johnson (with Kim Allen as Jackie Kennedy) in Rob Reiner's new film "LBJ."

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Carrie Mae Weems's "Color Real and Imagined," from 2014, is one of the works available through the Watermill Center's benefit. Watermill Center benefit/Artsy
Robert Wilson as captured by Annie LeibovitzWatermill Center benefit/Artsy
Matthew Benedict's "Firebox"Watermill Center benefit/Artsy
Paul Thek's "Untitled"Watermill Center benefit/Artsy

Jack Lenor Larsen is 90 this year and celebrating his birthday at Boom! the Cosmic Benefit. Larsenworld
The Buckminster Fuller-designed "Fly's Eye Dome" was dramatically illuminated at last year's LongHouse benefit.Jennifer Landes
A Howard Kanovitz aerosol-stencil-on-board treatment of one of his iconic South Fork subjects is being offered with an opening bid of $2,800. Eric Firestone Gallery
Kiki Smith's "Owl" has an estimate of $2,500 and one bidder as of this writing.Pace Gallery

Trisha Burke, Matt Lauer, Lisa Schiffter Greenberg, and Christie Brinkley attended a June benefit for the Sag Harbor Cinema at Le Bilboquet in Sag Harbor, one of many events planned to raise money for the project. Rob Rich/SocietyAllure.com

Dick Cavett, who is a judge for the Literary Death Match, had some fun with Tovah Feldshuh and the cameras at Guild Hall last year. Morgan McGivern