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23rd Hamptons International Film Festival Completes Lineup, Including ‘Bridge of Spies’ Closing Night

23rd Hamptons International Film Festival Completes Lineup, Including 'Bridge of Spies' Closing Night

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The 23rd Hamptons International Film Festival has completed its 2015 official lineup by announcing the slates for its Spotlight, World Cinema and Shorts programs. Additionally, the festival has confirmed that Emily Blunt, Michael Moore and Dan Rather will take part in its trademark “A Conversation With…” discussions, while Steven Spielberg’s “Bridge of Spies” will close the event on Monday, October 12.

“Our Spotlight and World Cinema films, from all around the world and right here in the Hamptons, make up the heart of our Festival’s line up, and we are so proud of this year’s selections,” said HIFF Artistic Director David Nugent. “In addition, it is an honor for us to close our 23rd festival with Steven Spielberg’s new film, as he was a part of our very first edition.”

This year’s Spotlight Films include the North American premiere of “A Royal Night Out,” the U.S. premieres of “I Saw the Light,” “The Lady in the Van” and “Louder Than Bombs,” plus “Anomalisa,” “Macbeth” and “Born to Be Blue.” “Suffragette, “When I Live My Life Over Again,” “Brooklyn,” “Experimenter,” “Meadowland” and “Where To Invade Next” round out the section.

The World Cinema Documentary titles include: “The C Word,” “Class Divide,” “Harry Benson: Shoot First,” “By Sydney Lumet,” “Bolshoi Babylon,” “Sherpa,” “Crocodile Gennadiy,” “Dream/Killer,” “Harry & Showman,” “How To Dance in Ohio,” “In Transit,” “Palio” and “The Russian Woodpecker.”

The World Cinema Narrative selections are: “The Preppie Connection,” “Cafe Derby,” “Babai,” “A Monster With A Thousand Heads,” “11 Minutes,” “All About Them,” “Dheepan,” “Disorder,” “45 Years,” “Room,” “The Wave,” “The Club,” “Krisha,” and “Son of Saul.”

The 23rd Hamptons International Film Festival runs October 8-12. Visit the festival website for more information.

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