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Hamptons International Film Festival

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    Hamptons Film Fest: Edgar Wright & Richard Curtis Talk Working Title Films & The State Of The Industry

    This weekend at the Hamptons International Film Festival, a special tribute to Working Title Films was held as part of the festival's strain of British-themed programming (it just so happened to also coincide with the 10th anniversary of their beloved rom-com "Love Actually"). On hand for the panel ...

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    Edgar Wright Discusses the State of the Industry at Hamptons International Film Fest: 'It's not a bleak future'

    The Hamptons International Film Festival paid tribute to trailblazing British production company Working Title Films over the weekend with a special panel that featured two filmmakers synonymous with the company's long-standing success, Edgar Wright ("Shaun of the Dead," "The World's End") and Richa...

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    8 Things We Learned About Rising Stars Brie Larson, David Oyelowo, Dane DeHaan and Scott Haze at Hamptons Film Fest

    Over the weekend at the Hamptons International Film Festival, four of Variety’s 10 Actors to Watch – Scott Haze ("Child of God," "As I Lay Dying"), Brie Larson ("Short Term 12"), David Oyelowo ("Lee Daniels’ The Butler," "Middle of Nowhere") and Dane DeHaan ("Kill Your Darlings," "The Place Beyond t...

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    HIFF Women Directors: Meet Shana Betz

    Shana Betz served as Executive Director for the MVPA, the premiere trade association for the music video industry, and Executive Produced the Director's Cuts Film Festival, the cutting edge film festival of short films by the top music video directors.

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    Hamptons Film Fest: Helena Bonham Carter Compares Reaction To 'The Lone Ranger' To 'Fight Club'

    One of the more infamous Hollywood stories this year was the inglorious demise of "The Lone Ranger," Disney and Jerry Bruckheimer's $200 million+ western that failed to connect with audiences and was outright scalped by critics (sorry, we couldn't resist). While chatting with "The Lone Ranger" costa...

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    HIFF Women Directors: Meet Irene Taylor Brodsky

    Irene Taylor Brodsky is an Oscar-nominated, Emmy and Peabody Award-winning director whose documentaries have shown theatrically, at film festivals and on television worldwide.

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    HIFF Women Directors: Meet Donna Zaccaro

    Donna Zaccaro is Founder and President of Dazzling Media, a New York-based media production company. Geraldine Ferraro: Paving the Way is a Dazzling Media film. Donna served as the director and producer of this documentary about her mother. Previously, Donna was a longtime, award-winning producer fo...

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    HIFF Women Directors: Meet Barbara Kopple

    Barbara Kopple is a two-time Academy Award-winning filmmaker. A director of documentaries, as well as narrative TV and film, her most recent project is the documentary Running From Crazy, which premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival..

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    Hamptons International Film Festival Announces Competition Lineup

    The 21st Annual Hamptons International Film Festival has announced its competition lineup as well as awards and conversations with renowned actors.

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    'August: Osage County,' 'Labor Day,' 'Her' and 'Mandela' Heading To The Hamptons

    The 21st Hamptons International Film Festival announced a slew of new programming today, including several high profile films. "August: Osage County" will be the festival's centerpiece film, while "Labor Day," "Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom," "The Past," "The Armstrong Lie," "Blue Is The Warmest Col...

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