Conversation With… Stevie Nicks

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The Hamptons International Film Festival had the great honor of spending an hour with the legendary Stevie Nicks this past Sunday… and we’re sharing it with you! Tune in for an hour long discussion and share it!

HIFF INTERVIEW: Ben Barenholtz on his World Premiere documentary WAKALIWOOD: THE DOCUMENTARY

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We were excited to have a chance to speak with HIFF 2010 Industry Toastee Ben Barenholtz about his new documentary WAKALIWOOD: THE DOCUMENTARY, which is having its World Premiere at the 20th Anniversary Festival on Fri, Oct 05, 4:30PM at Sag Harbor Cinema. The film will also screen Sun, Oct 07, 8:45PM UA East Hampton […]

Behind the Scenes: ETHEL screening

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Post sponsored by PointBurst Last Friday the Hamptons International Film Festival (@HamptonsFilm) hosted a sold-out screening of ETHEL (@Ethel_Movie), a documentary about Ethel Skakel, wife and much more to the late Robert Kennedy, as the final film in our SummerDocs series. The film was directed by Rory Kennedy, Ethel’s daughter, and we were lucky to have both […]

Interview: Rory Kennedy Speaks on “ETHEL”, Her Mother & More

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Post sponsored by PointBurst The Hamptons International Film Festival is overjoyed to conclude its SummerDocs series with the wonderful documentary by Rory Kennedy about her mother called ETHEL (@Ethel_Movie). Rory and Ethel Kennedy will both be in attendance this evening for the screening at Guild Hall. Movie at 8 pm, followed by a Q & […]

Behind the Scenes: The Zen of Bennett SummerDocs Screening

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Post sponsored by PointBurst Thank you to everyone who came out for Monday’s wonderful screening of The Zen of Bennett! The film was a smash success with a sold out crowd and Tony Bennett (@ItsTonyBennett) in the audience. Following the screening was a Q & A with Tony, his son Danny who conceived, created, and produced […]

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) […]