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Festival Previews: On Love and Loss, Cinema, Scandal Mongering, and a Warming Planet

The Hamptons International Film Festival, which happens today through Monday, offers scores of films in every category — narrative and documentary, features and shorts, foreign and domestic, and now even virtual reality. Each year The Star’s writers and editors preview a handful of selections for the curious who may want a bit more information before committing to a ticket or a rush line.

Oct 10, 2019
New Brand, Logo, and Films

The Hamptons International Film Festival has announced it has a new parent company and logo and some additional films to round out its screening schedule for its main event beginning today.

Oct 10, 2019
The Art Scene: 10.10.19

Matthew King at Harper's, abstract group show at Ashawagh, Folioeast back at Malia Mills with painting show, and more

Oct 10, 2019
Mermaid Spied in Southampton

“The Little Mermaid” will swim ashore at the Southampton Cultural Center tomorrow for the first of 11 performances of the Disney classic musical.

Oct 10, 2019
Bits and Pieces: 10.10.19

An immersive theatrical experience devoted to "Hysteria," a concert with a clarinet and piano and one with four cellos, and more

Oct 10, 2019
Portrait of Pakula Premieres Here

A montage during the first 60 seconds of the documentary “Alan Pakula: Going for Truth” includes clips from “Sophie’s Choice,” “Klute,” “All the President’s Men,” “Presumed Innocent,” “To Kill a Mockingbird,” and many more "first-class productions."

Oct 3, 2019
Capote: Other Voices, Other Tapes

Although it is tempting to believe that everything that ever could have been said about Truman Capote has been, “The Capote Tapes” proves nothing is further from the truth.

Oct 3, 2019
An Artist’s ‘Reverence For What’s Around Us’

For Laurie Lambrecht, a Bridgehampton native, it was natural to choose the Madoo Conservancy in Sagaponack as the site for her Parrish Road Show exhibition.

Oct 3, 2019
Three Viewpoints, All Flawed

There’s a deep moral center at the heart of Marc Meyers’s film “Human Capital.” Unfortunately for its characters, it remains elusive as they each unspool their individual stories, tied to a shared tragedy.

Oct 3, 2019
Drama Times Two at Guild Hall

“The Lehman Trilogy,” a National Theatre Live presentation of the five-time Olivier Award-nominated play, will have an encore screening at Guild Hall Friday at 7 p.m. A new playwriting class will also start soon with Bill Burford.

Oct 3, 2019