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    HAMPTONS FEST DISPATCH | David Bailey Recalls "Warhol" Censorship In 1973

    The 1973 British television documentary "Warhol," directed by photographer David Bailey, starts off with the definition of an understatement: According to scrawling text at the beginning, Andy Warhol and his close-knit team of collaborators "do not think and work in a conventional way." The proceedi...

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    "Small, Beautifully Moving Parts" Wins Alfred P. Sloan Prize at Hamptons Film Fest

    The Hamptons International Film Festival and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation have awarded this year's Alfred P. Sloan Feature Prize to Annie Howell and Lisa Robinson for their film "Small, Beautifully Moving Parts." The award, given to features that inventively explore science and technology themes, ...

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    "My Week With Marilyn" Added to Hamptons Lineup

    Following its world premiere at the 49th New York Film Festival, "My Week With Marilyn" has been added to the lineup of the upcoming Hamptons International Film Festival.

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    "Butter," "The Rum Diary" and "Coriolanus" Included in Hamptons Film Festival's Full Lineup

    This year's edition of the Hamptons International Film Festival has unveiled its full lineup.

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    Hamptons International Film Festival Announces Centerpiece and Closing Films

    The 19th Annual Hamptons International Film Festival, which runs from October 13th to 17th, has announced two high-profile films as its centerpiece and closing night features.

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    "Jeff, Who Lives at Home" To Open Hamptons Film Festival

    Jay and Mark Duplass's "Jeff, Who Lives at Home" will open the Hamptons International Film Festival, it was announced today. Starring Jason Segel, Ed Helms, Judy Greer and Susan Sarandon, the film will screen at Guild Hall in East Hampton on October 13th.

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    Alec Baldwin, James Lipton and "Buck" All on Tap for Summer Docs in the Hamptons

    The Hamptons International Film Festival's SummerDocs series will kick off on June 4th with a screening of Cindy Meehl's "Buck," winner of this year's Sundance Film Festival Audience Award. James Lipton is tapped to host the event's opening night.

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    "Cave of the Yellow Dog" Wins Big at Hamptons Fest

    Byambasuren Daava's follow-up to the "The Story of the Weeping Camel" was the big winner of jury awards at the 2005 Hamptons International Film Festival. "Cave of the Yellow Dog" nabbed the Golden Starfish Award for best feature, as well as the best cinematography and best score prizes. It is the st...

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