HIFF 2015 Passes & Packages Now Available


Want the best ticket selection for HIFF 2015 screenings, panels and more? Passes and packages are available now! Offering you the best access to films, panels, events, and more, some passes and packages also allow for early selection. Browse through our options for the 2015 Hamptons International Film Festival (October 8-12) below. Please note the Hamptons International […]

‘Youth’ to Screen HIFF 2015 Opening Night in Southampton


HIFF is delighted to announce that Youth, the latest film from Italian writer/director Paolo Sorrentino, will be the Opening Night film in Southampton at the 2015 Festival. Starring Academy Award® winner Michael Caine as Fred and Academy Award nominee Harvey Keitel as Mick, Paolo Sorrentino’s Youth explores the lifelong bond between two friends vacationing in a luxury […]

2015 Films of Conflict & Resolution Announced


Now in its 16th year at HIFF, the 2015 Conflict & Resolution (C&R) program includes both feature films and shorts, all of which recognize and celebrate films that deal with the complex issues and the human dramas associated with war and violence. The program, presented by the Tribeca Shortlist, recognizes one of the films in the series with a cash […]

Views From Long Island Program Celebrates Local Filmmakers


Comprising four features and one short film, the Views From Long Island section focuses on local filmmakers, the area’s unique landscapes, and the important social and political issues facing Long Island communities. Supported by the Suffolk County Film Commission. “Our Views From Long Island program has constantly showcased the best in filmmaking from our Long Island community. We truly value […]

HIFF 2015 to Open with James Vanderbilt’s ‘Truth’

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Truth, the directorial debut of James Vanderbilt, has been selected as the Opening Night film of the 23rd Annual Hamptons International Film Festival (HIFF). Truth, which stars Robert Redford, Cate Blanchett, Elisabeth Moss, and Topher Grace, follows news anchor Dan Rather (Redford) during his final days at CBS News, when he broadcast a report about how President Bush relied on privilege and […]