Hamptons International Film Festival

It was another action-packed Saturday at this year's Hamptons International Film Festival.
Inside the rustic interior of the Mulford Farm barn is "The Hidden," a cutting-edge 15-minute cinematic thriller in a virtual reality format.
Day Two of the Hamptons International Film Festival, its first full day, brought a wake-up call at 10 a.m. with a talk by women filmmakers one year after the start of the #MeToo movement. Throughout the day, related films such as "Roll Red Roll...
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Four women filmmakers shared their stories and what drives them to make films and be advocates at Rowdy Hall on Friday.
The Hamptons International Film Festival opened Thursday night with a screening of "The Kindergarten Teacher," an award given to Alan Alda, and a party at Wolffer Estate Vineyard.
“The Last Race,” the first film by Michael Dweck, reminds us of the long history of stock car racing on Long Island that has all but disappeared.
The opening night, closing night, and centerpiece films of the Hamptons International Film Festival typically generate the most buzz, but cinematic jewels can be found in all the programming categories.
The HIFF Competition films highlight the work of emerging and innovative narrative and documentary filmmakers whose work pushes the boundaries of the medium.
Once the pass holders are in and their number has been tallied, any remaining seats go on sale at full price to those standing in what is known as the rush line in the order of their place in line.
Matthew Broderick's career has been highlighted by his turns as straight man to some highly unusual characters. In "To Dust" he plays a scientist intrigued by an Orthodox cantor's quest to know how long it takes for human bodies to decompose.
Amid scores of films, here are some highlights and potential sellouts at this year's Hamptons International Film Festival -- before tickets go on sale Sept. 24.
With the Hamptons International Film Festival to open on Oct. 4, volunteers are needed to serve as ushers, collect tickets, and generally lend a hand to keep things running smoothly.