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Listen to A Conversation With Dan Rather on Alec Baldwin’s ‘Here’s the Thing’

Actor Alec Baldwin hosts A Conversation With journalist Dan Rather at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor. (Matthew Eisman/Getty Images)

“What this film is about is: what has happened to the news, why it’s happened, how it’s happened, and why you should care.” – Dan Rather on TRUTH In case you missed it at #HIFF2015, A Conversation With Dan Rather​ is now available via Alec Baldwin​’s podcast, Here’s The Thing​. Download and listen now! At […]

Q&A: Joshua Seftel on Embracing the Unexpected in ‘The Many Sad Fates of Mr. Toledano’

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With the help of DNA tests, psychics, and prosthetic makeup, renowned photographer Phil Toledano imagines all of the possible ways his life will end. Catch Joshua Seftel’s THE MANY SAD FATES OF MR. TOLEDANO in the CRAFTED shorts program, screening alongside two other films about auteurs: CLAUDE LANZMANN: SPECTRES OF THE SHOAH and IT’S ME […]

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. […]