Sight & Sound’s Greatest Films of All Time: HIFF’s Take

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Post sponsored by PointBurst Behold, the film list to end all film lists! So long as humans have 10 fingers and toes, and that infinite library known as IMDb.com (@IMDB) right at their finger tips, Sight & Sound Magazine (@SightSoundMag) will continue their once-a-decade survey of the greatest films of all time. Sight & Sound […]

Free August Screenings at the Westhampton Jewish Film Festival

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Post sponsored by PointBurst This year, The Hampton Synagogue Jewish Film Festival celebrates its 10th year. Bringing Jewish history and culture to the Eastern Long Island Jewish community through film in today’s modern day and age has been a crucial component of the many cultural and religious programs that The Hampton Synagogue offers. Every Monday […]

Behind the Scenes: How to Survive a Plague Screening

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Post sponsored by Thanks to everyone who came out for Saturday’s screening of IFC‘s How to Survive A Plague (@SurviveAPlague). The film and Q & A felt extremely important and prescient with the current state of affairs. AIDS is still very much a problem as illuminated by the films director David France, CEO of (RED) […]

HIFF Interview: How to Survive a Plague director David France

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Post sponsored by HOW TO SURVIVE A PLAGUE is the story of two coalitions—ACT UP and TAG (Treatment Action Group)—whose activism turned AIDS from a death sentence into a manageable condition. Faced with their own mortality, a group of mostly HIV-positive men and women broke the mold as radical warriors taking on Washington and the […]

Behind the Scenes: Babette’s Feast

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Post sponsored by This past weekend, the Hamptons International Film Festival (@hamptonsfilm) and Film Society of Lincoln Center (@FilmLinc) hosted a 25th anniversary screening of the Academy Award winning Danish film, Babette’s Feast , in honor of the ongoing celebration of 50 years of The New York Film Festival. Keeping with the film’s culinary theme, the evening kicked […]