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Peter Hujar’s East Hampton Connection

Opportunities to see and even buy Peter Hujar's photographs abound this week in New York City as the artist continues his run at the Morgan Library and 15 of his prints are for sale at Friday's photography auction at Christie's, care of Dianne Benson.

Apr 2, 2018
HIFF Screenwriters Lab Participants and Master Class Announced

The Hamptons International Film Festival has announced the participants in its 2018 Screenwriters Lab and the leader of its open master class on April 7.

Mar 20, 2018
East End Reps at New York’s Armory Week

Armory week is upon us in New York City, and lots of friends of neighbors from past and present are taking part in fairs all over Manhattan.

Mar 9, 2018
HIFF Celebrating International Women’s Day With Gifts and Prizes

International Women's Day will be celebrated with a package of gifts to women by the Hamptons International Film Festival.

Mar 8, 2018
Photos: Lifetimes of Achievement Celebrated by Guild Hall

Guild Hall celebrated achievement in arts and leadership at its annual Academy of the Arts dinner on Monday at the Rainbow Room in Manhattan.

Mar 8, 2018
Some Oscar Winners Had South Fork Roots

On Sunday, films shown here at the Hamptons International Film Festival or having other connections to the South Fork were among those bringing home an Oscar.

Mar 4, 2018
Il Mulino Adds East Hampton Location

Il Mulino, a high-end New York City Italian restaurant chain, will open an outpost in East Hampton, which should open before the high season starts in late May.

Feb 5, 2018
Academy Awards Show Some Love for South Fork Films

This year's Oscar nominations, announced on Tuesday, include several films with South Fork ties.

Jan 23, 2018
HIFF Selection, Once Considered a Sleeper, Wins Big at Globes

"Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" was one of the films and television shows with South Fork connections at Sunday night’s Golden Globes Awards.

Jan 8, 2018
New Film Series From HIFF and Guild Hall

The Hamptons International Film Festival and Guild Hall are collaborating on a series of film screenings, beginning on Saturday nights in December.

The series takes advantage of the number of visual art-related films out this year and attempts to fill the temporary void left by the Sag Harbor Cinema, which was destroyed by a fire last winter. “Now Showing” consists of the type of “art house” fare that was typically seen at the theater and will now be available at Guild Hall.

Beginning on Dec. 16, they will screen “Faces Places,” a documentary by Agnes Varda.

Dec 4, 2017
New York's Print Week Puts Some Locals in the Spotlight

The Intermational Fine Print Dealers Association's annual fair is still a day off, but artists with local ties are already making headlines with sales of their multiples.

On Monday, "Campbell's Soup I,"  a complete set of 10 Andy Warhol "Soup Can" screenprints from 1968, broke a record for any set of that subject, selling for $850,000, well above its estimate of $500,000 to $700,000, to a British art dealer at Sotheby's.

Oct 25, 2017
HIFF Announces Award Winners From This Year's Festival

The Hamptons International Film Festival announced its award winners on Monday morning, including a narrative film from Iceland and a documentary from Spain.

Oct 9, 2017