Alec Baldwin is taking over as co-chair of the Hamptons International Film Festival alongside attorney Randy Mastro, the festival announced Monday.
The two longtime board members will replace Stuart Match Suna, who helped found the festival in 1992 and has served as chairman for the past 18 years.
Baldwin, 57, has been a longtime supporter of the Hamptons festival and is usually highly visible during the event as both a presenter and a partygoer. He has also produced the festival's preseason SummerDocs series for the past seven years.
No word yet on whether Baldwin will continue the long-standing chairman's tradition of opening his Hamptons home to an annual invite-only reception.