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  1. Working Title's Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner to Be Honored at Hamptons Fest

    7:00 am 9/18/2013

    Renee Zellweger will take part in the ceremony at which the producers will receive the Golden Starfish Award for Lifetime Achievement.Read more

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  2. Beyond Right & Wrong: Stories of Justice and Forgiveness (Review)

    6:33 pm 10/26/2012

    Roger Spottiswoode and Lekha Singh observe small- and large-scale peacemaking in Ireland, Rwanda, and the Middle East.Read more

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  3. Koch: Hamptons Review

    1:17 pm 10/14/2012

    Neil Barsky spends an hour and a half with a subject whose career could fill a Ken Burns series.Read more

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  4. Lumpy: Hamptons Review

    11:41 am 10/14/2012

    Ted Koland's debut follows two newlyweds unearthing secrets about their dead best man.Read more

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  5. The New Public: Film Review

    11:33 am 10/12/2012

    Jyllian Gunther's education doc chronicles the first and fourth years of an experimental NYC high school's life.Read more

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  6. Red Flag: Hamptons Review

    10:57 am 10/10/2012

    Alex Karpovsky's comedy follows a young filmmaker who analyzes his recent breakup during a promotional tour of his film.Read more

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  7. Refuge: Hamptons Review

    5:47 pm 10/9/2012

    Jessica Goldberg adapts her own play for her feature debutRead more

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  8. In Your Dreams: Stevie Nicks: Film Review

    5:07 pm 10/9/2012

    Stevie Nicks and producer Dave Stewart co-direct a diary about the album they made together.Read more

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  9. Plimpton! Starring George Plimpton as Himself: Hamptons Review

    7:30 pm 10/8/2012

    In their feature debut, Tom Bean and Luke Poling examine the balance of gimmickry and seriousness in Plimpton's strange career.Read more

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  10. 56 Up: Hamptons Review

    5:24 pm 10/8/2012

    Michael Apted returns to his long-running documentary series that revisits the lives of its subjects every seven years.Read more

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