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Hamptons International Film Festival

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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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    The 2012 Hamptons International Film Festival Awards 'Lore,' 'Kuma' and More

    Umat Dag’s "Kuma" and Cate Shortland’s "Lore" tied for the 2012 Hamptons International Film Festival's Golden Starfish Narrative Feature Award, with the Golden Starfish Award for Best Documentary going to Tora Mårten's "Colombianos." Baume...

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    HIFF Review: 'The Girl' Creates Dark Hitchcockian Mood, But At The Cost Of Virtually Everything Else

    Like with the two competing Snow White movies earlier this year, Hollywood finds itself in the midst of battling Alfred Hitchcock pseudo-biographies this fall; each detailing the production of one of the master director's seminal films and his relationship with that film's comely leading lad...

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    Hamptons Film Fest Review: 'Sparrows Dance' A Simple Story Delivered With Affecting Charm

    The synopsis for "Sparrow's Dance," the new pocket-sized film from writer/director Noah Buschel, makes it literally sound like the most boring movies ever forged. It's about an unnamed agoraphobic woman (Marin Ireland, most notably from TV shows like "Homeland" and "The Killing"), who struggles with...

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    Watch: Exclusive Trailer for Hamptons Film Fest Comedy 'Sin Bin' (Video)

    The Hamptons International Film Festival kicked off Thursday, and one of the films screening in the program this weekend is the high school comedy “Sin Bin.” Starring Tim Blake Nelson, Jeff Garlin, Michael Seater, Bo Burnham, Brian Petsos, Ben McKenzie and Emily Meade, “Sin Bi...

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    26 of 84 Films in the Hamptons International Film Festival Are Directed by Women

    Last week the 20th edition of the Hamptons International Film Festival announced their line-up. The festival will run from October 4 – 8. With a slate of 84 films announced thus far, 26 are directed by women (this doesn’t include shorts). And in their Golden Starfish Award Competition...

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    Hamptons International Film Festival Announces Competition Slate and 'The Girl' Will Get Its World Premiere

    No doubt the highest-profile addition to the lineup is the world premiere of Julian Jarrold's Alfred Hitchcock biopic "The Girl," starring Toby Jones as the famed autuer and Sienna Miller as actress Tippi Hedren.

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    Hamptons International Film Festival to Open With 'Love, Marilyn,' Close With 'Not Fade Away'

    The Liz Garbus doc "Love, Marilyn" will open the 20th Hamptons International Film Festival Oct. 4 in East Hampton, followed by "The Silver Linings Playbook" in Southampton October 5.

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    Hamptons Film Fest Will Honor James Schamus

    The Hamptons International Film Festival has announced that Focus Features CEO James Schamus will be honored at the festival's annual industry toast.

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