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    HIFF SummerDocs Series Closing with 'Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me' & 'The Short Game'

    The Fifth Annual SummerDocs series hosted by the Hamptons International Film Festival is coming to a close in August with two festival favorites. "Elaine Strich: Shoot Me," which premiered at this year's Tribeca Film Festival, will be shown on August 12 while "The Short Game" is set to close out the...

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    Alec Baldwin's SummerDocs Lineup Features 'Twenty Feet From Stardom' and 'Gasland Part II'

    Morgan Neville's Sundance entry "Twenty Feet From Stardom" and Josh Fox's "Gasland Part II" will kick off the SummerDocs Series at the Hamptons International Film Festival. Beginning June 15th in East Hampton, the four-part SummerDocs series will feature a guest appearance from Darlene Love as well ...

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    Hamptons International Film Festival Announces Participants of 12th Annual Screenwriters' Lab

    The Hamptons International Film Festival, which runs every October, has today announced the participants of its' 12th Annual Screenwriters' Lab, which will run April 12-14 in East Hampton, NY.Screenwriters' Lab is one of HIFF's annual events, allowing a group of screenwriters to have one-on-one ment...

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    Anne Chaisson Appointed Executive Director of Hamptons Film Festival

    The Hamptons International Film Festival has appointed Anne Chaisson as its new executive director and promoted director of programming David Nugent to artistic director.

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    Karen Arikian Steps Down As Executive Director of the Hamptons Film Festival

    Hamptons International Film Festival executive director Karen Arikian is stepping down from her post at the end of November, the festival announced Tuesday. Arikian ran the festival for five years.

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    The Academy Celebrates the Career of Ann Roth

    A couple of weeks ago I spent the weekend at the Hamptons International Film Festival. I was able to catch up on a bunch of films and attend some really cool events including a tribute to the costume designer Ann Roth by the Academy. It's not often that below the line talent gets a celebration...

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    HIFF Review: Charming 'Sin Bin' Heavily Indebted To The Work Of Wes Anderson

    Young filmmakers often reference their heroes outright. This isn't a phenomenon exclusive to creatively wayward directors; look at the early films of genuine auteur Paul Thomas Anderson to see wholesale theft from Martin Scorsese and Robert Altman (to name a few). But when the references are a distr...

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    Hamptons Top Prize Goes to 'Silver Linings Playbook,' Plus Cate Shortland's 'Lore,' Janet Tobias' 'No Place on Earth'

    David O. Russell's "Silver Linings Playbook" adds another feather to its awards cap with the top prize at the 2012 Hamptons International Film Festival. The film wowed audiences at Toronto in September, taking home the fest's coveted audience award, cementing its place among the most-likely 2013 Osc...

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    HIFF Review: Disney's 2D & 3D Animated 'Paperman' A Romantic & Inventive Short

    This year's Hamptons International Film Festival has largely been defined by movies that make you want to cry your eyes out until they're squishy red gobs. Pictures like "Rust and Bone," "Amour" and "Silver Linings Playbook" challenge even the manliest audience members to sit there with a straight f...

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    Early Reviews: HBO's 'The Girl' Premieres at the Hampton Film Festival

    HBO premiered their Hitchcock vs. Hedren flick, "The Girl" at the Hamptons International Film Festival. Early reviews hint that while the film entertains, it doesn't quite satisfy in terms of character development. Toby Jones' portrayal of Alfred Hitchcock is praised across the board, while critic...

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