Michael Keaton and Mark Ruffalo star in "Spotlight."
Open Road Films
Christine Vachon, with Todd Haynes in 2013 at Stony Brook Southampton, will be honored with Pamela Koffler for their work through their company Killer Films.
A barn at the East Hampton Farm Musem
One of the farm museum's bedroomsDurell Godfrey
Michael Caine and Harvey Keitel ponder old age and retirement in "Youth," the opening night film in Southampton for the Hamptons International Film Festival.
Fox Searchlight Films
Cate Blanchett and Robert Redford, as Dan Rather, in a scene from "Truth"
Sony Pictures Classics
Oren Moverman and Joe Neumaier during one of last year's Rowdy Talks, now renamed the Winick Talks in honor of Gary Winick
Wass Stevens, Stuart Match Suna, and Edward Burns at the "Public Morals" screening sponsored by the Hamptons International Film Festival on Monday at Guild Hall.
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Troy Carter, left, and Valentino D. Carlotti joined Loida Lewis at the party. Mr. Carlotti accepted an award given to Goldman Sachs Gives for corporate leadership.
Morgan McGivern Photos
Many of the students attended the party and showcased their work at several interactive stations. The group above included Austin Carvey, Adrian Davis, Anthony Box, Zaire Elleby, Sam Rigs, and Ruben Martinez.
The party took place on the grounds of Ms. Lewis's oceanfront estate.
Snakey-Snakey was a popular interactive game.
Remote-controlled gloves powered robotic finches in a Finchfa Tournament game, based on FIFA soccer.
Miss U.S.A. Olivia Jordan received instruction from one of the student coders.
Hannah Sanders and Nia Meadows paused for a selfie in the middle of the party.
Marcus Samuelsson of Red Rooster restaurant in Harlem catered the event.
Guests during the awards presentation
Inspirational signs posted throughout the tent and setting highlighted the empowering themes of the evening.