Family Films for Movie Lovers of All Ages


HIFF is proud to present short and feature films for the whole family to enjoy. Here are a few films to inspire movie lovers of all ages and create a new generation of cinephiles. AHOY! SHORTS FOR ALL AGES Sunday, Oct 11, 11:00am, East Hampton Library Monday, Oct 12, 11:30am, Regal East Hampton UA (Image: Sanjay’s […]

Q&A: Trey Edward Shults on the Familial Bonds of ‘Krisha’


Krisha is doing fine. Krisha is doing much better. She will face her family for Thanksgiving because she is sober and she is ready. After years of absence from her family, she returns to reconnect with her son, cook dinner, and prove to her family that she has changed for the better. Completely panicked and […]

Q&A: Marc Levin on Finding Common Ground in ‘Class Divide’


Director Marc Levin (SCHMATTA: RAGS TO RICHES TO RAGS, HIFF ’09, and HARD TIMES: LOST ON LONG ISLAND, Audience Award, HIFF ’11) presents CLASS DIVIDE, a look into the modern effects of gentrification in West Chelsea, New York, as seen through the eyes of students from both sides of the street—one avenue and worlds apart. […]

Q&A: Darcy Dennett on Compassion and Justice in ‘The Champions’


THE CHAMPIONS is the powerful story of the brave individuals who rescued, rehabilitated, and adopted the pit bulls from NFL quarterback Michael Vick’s violent dog-fighting ring. Despite tremendous pressure from animal welfare organizations to euthanize these animals, a handful of men and women stepped in to give the dogs a second chance. With her inspiring […]

Q&A: Jon Fox on the Enigmatic Man at the Center of ‘Newman’


Orphan. Entrepreneur. Recluse. Genius. Megalomaniac. Inventor Joseph Newman is all of the above. A controversial figure in the scientific community, Newman rose to notoriety with “The Newman Device,” an electromagnetic machine that he claimed produced more energy than it took to power it. What should have been a revolutionary discovery was stopped by a lengthy […]