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Chatting Up ‘The Mission’

On the eve of this year’s Academy Awards ceremony, HamptonsFilm will screen Roland Joffe’s “The Mission,” from 1986, which received seven Oscar nominations, including a win for cinematography. A conversation with Alec Baldwin will follow.

Feb 6, 2020
The Art Scene: 02.06.20

A film on Clyfford Still at the Parrish, East End artists in New York and abroad, and a call for artists.

Feb 6, 2020
Bits and Pieces: 02.06.20

Comedy, theater, music, and the return of Zima!

Feb 6, 2020
A New Orleans Brass Blast

The Real East End Brass Band can be found jamming New Orleans brass band jazz standards, mashing in the sounds of classic rock, ska, reggae, and punk, composing original music, and playing high-energy shows at local breweries, restaurants, festivals, and other venues.

Jan 30, 2020
Opinion: Warhol's Wandering Lens

Photography was an essential part of Andy Warhol's process — the source for sketches that became drawings and illustrations he used as a commercial artist and privately and later the images he chose to reproduce for his silkscreens.

Jan 30, 2020
New Watermill Center Residents Announced

The Watermill Center has announced its 18 artist residents for 2020 and the award of four Inga Maren Otto Fellowships.

Jan 30, 2020
Another Southampton Takeover

A pure experiment has already evolved into a tradition as 10 artists begin their takeover the Southampton Arts Center for two months.

Jan 30, 2020
Bits and Pieces: 01.30.20

Almodovar, Gershwin, classic country music, LongHouse's winter benefit, and more in this week's cultural offerings

Jan 30, 2020
The Art Scene: 01.30.20

Arlene Bujese's annual group show at Markel and new shows by Nivola and Dever opening in the area

Jan 30, 2020
Devon Leaver: Now Showing at Sundance

Devon Leaver, who as a child sang in the aisles of local grocery stores, has both film and voice projects attracting attention and audiences this month in places such as the Sundance Film Festival.

Jan 22, 2020
'Incitement' Revisits the Assassination of Yitzhak Rabin

A new film by Yaron Zilberman, an Israeli-American, goes back to a time when peace between Palestinians and Israelis was not only conceivable but even imminent, and illustrates why efforts by both sides to achieve it have ultimately failed.

Jan 23, 2020
Opinion: A Woke New World

Do white liberals hate themselves? Are quota systems fair, or even logical? How dark must your skin be to be considered a “person of color”? These are just some of the questions raised by “Admissions," a satire chosen by the Hampton Theatre Company.

Jan 23, 2020