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Hamptons International Film Festival 2018

See the actors, filmmakers and other celebrities turning out to see the movies at this year's Hamptons International Film Festival, Oct. 4-8, at venues across the East End.

Notable films include "The Kindergarten Teacher," starring Maggie Gyllenhaal; "First Man," a Neil Armstrong biopic starring Ryan Gosling, directed by "La La Land's" Damien Chazelle; and "A Private War," starring "Gone Girl" actress Rosamund Pike as Long Island-born war correspondent Marie Colvin.

Sontenish Myers and Sam Morrill

Sontenish Myers accepts an award from Sam Morrill
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Sontenish Myers accepts an award from Sam Morrill for her work called "Cross My Heart," a video about a young woman who uncovers a secret during a family visit to Jamaica. Myers accepted the award during the closing of the Hamptons International Film Festival on Oct. 8.

Barbara Kopple, Henry Schleiff and Collier Landry

Director Barbara Kopple, Hamptons International Film Festival board
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Director Barbara Kopple, Hamptons International Film Festival board member Henry Schleiff and cinematographer Collier Landry attend the photo call for "A Murder in Mansfield" at UA East Hampton Cinema 6 during the festival on Oct. 6.

Eric Kohn, Kayli Carter, Amandla Stenberg, Cory Micheal Smith and David Nugent

IndieWire deputy editor Eric Kohn, actors Kayli Carter,
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IndieWire deputy editor Eric Kohn, actors Kayli Carter, Amandla Stenberg and Cory Micheal Smith, and Hamptons International Film Festival artistic director David Nugent attend Winck Talks: Breakthrough Artists at Rowdy Hall during the festival on Oct. 6 in East Hampton.

Kayli Carter, Amandla Stenberg and Cory Michael Smith

Up and Coming Breakthrough Artist winners Kayli Carter,
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Up and Coming Breakthrough Artist winners Kayli Carter, left, Amandla Stenberg and Cory Michael Smith at Rowdy Hall during the Hamptons Film Festival in East Hampton on Oct. 6, 2018.

Anne Chaisson, Sandy Powell and David Nugent

Anne Chaisson, left, executive director of the Hamptons
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Anne Chaisson, left, executive director of the Hamptons International Film Festival; costume designer Sandy Powell; and David Nugent, artistic director for the festival, attend the photo call for "The Favourite" at Guild Hall during Hamptons International Film Festival on Oct. 5 in East Hampton.

Cait Cortelyou, Sontenish Myers and Nancy Schwartzman

Actor and activist Cait Cortelyou, left, writer-director Sontenish
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Actor and activist Cait Cortelyou, left, writer-director Sontenish Myers, and filmmaker Nancy Schwartzman at Winick Talks: Our Bodies, Our Stories at Rowdy Hall during Hamptons International Film Festival on Oct. 5 in East Hampton.

Anne Chaisson, Melissa Silverstein, Cait Cortelyou, Sontenish Myers, Nancy Schwartzman

Executive director of the Hamptons International Film Festival
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Executive director of the Hamptons International Film Festival Anne Chaisson, left, moderator Melissa Silverstein, actor and activist Cait Cortelyou, writer-director Sontenish Myers, and filmmaker Nancy Schwartzman at "Winick Talks: Our Bodies, Our Stories" at Rowdy Hall in East Hampton on Oct. 5.

Hilaria Baldwin, Alan Alda, Alec Baldwin, Anne Chaisson and David Nugent

Hilaria Baldwin, left, Dick Cavett Award recipient Alan
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Hilaria Baldwin, left, Dick Cavett Award recipient Alan Alda, Hamptons International Film Festival co-chairman Alec Baldwin, festival executive director Anne Chaisson, and artistic director David Nugent attend the Reception for Alan Alda at Baker House on Oct. 4 in East Hampton.

Shaun Woodward, Alan Alda and Luke Redgrave

Shaun Woodward, Alan Alda and Luke Redgrave attend
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Shaun Woodward, Alan Alda and Luke Redgrave attend the Reception for Alan Alda at Baker House on Oct. 4 in East Hampton.

Stuart Suna, Judy Licht and Joseph Zicherman

Hamptons International Film Festival board members Stuart Suna,
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Hamptons International Film Festival board members Stuart Suna, Judy Licht and Joseph Zicherman attend the Reception for Alan Alda at Baker House on Oct. 4 in East Hampton.

Maggie Gyllenhaal

Maggie Gyllenhaal, star of
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Maggie Gyllenhaal, star of "The Kindergarten Teacher," on the opening night of the Hamptons International Film Festival in East Hampton on Oct. 4.

Arlene Alda, Alan Alda and Emi Caligiuri

Arlene Alda, Alan Alda and Emi Caligiuri, at
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Arlene Alda, Alan Alda and Emi Caligiuri, at the opening night of the Hamptons International Film Festival at Guild Hall in East Hampton on Oct 4. Alan Alda was awarded the Hamptons International Film Festival's Dick Cavett Artistic Champion Award. It was also announced on Oct. 4 that Alda had been named the 55th recipient of the SAG Life Achievement Award for career achievement and humanitarian accomplishment. He will be presented with the honor at the annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on Jan. 27, 2019.

Alan Alda

Alan Alda at the opening night of the
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Alan Alda at the opening night of the Hamptons International Film Festival at Guild Hall in East Hampton on Oct 4.

Maggie Gyllenhaal and Sara Colangelo

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"The Kindergarten Teacher" actress Maggie Gyllenhaal, left, and director Sara Colangelo attend the red carpet for their film at Guild Hall in East Hampton on Oct. 4.

Sarsgaard, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Hilaria Baldwin and Alec Baldwin

From left, actors Peter Sarsgaard and Maggie Gyllenhaal,
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From left, actors Peter Sarsgaard and Maggie Gyllenhaal, Hilaria Baldwin (with youngest son, Romeo Baldwin), and actor and board of directors co-chairman to the Hamptons International Film Festival, Alec Baldwin, attend the red carpet for "The Kindergarten Teacher" at Guild Hall in East Hampton on Oct. 4.

Hilaria Baldwin and Romeo Baldwin

Hilaria Baldwin with youngest son, Romeo Baldwin, on
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Hilaria Baldwin with youngest son, Romeo Baldwin, on the red carpet for "The Kindergarten Teacher" at Guild Hall in East Hampton on Oct. 4.

Alec Baldwin

Alec Baldwin speaks during the
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Alec Baldwin speaks during the "The Kindergarten Teacher" presentation at Guild Hall in East Hampton on Oct. 4.

Alec Baldwin and Alan Alda

Dick Cavett Award recipient Alan Alda and HIFF
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Dick Cavett Award recipient Alan Alda and HIFF co-chairman Alec Baldwin attend the Reception for Alan Alda at Baker House on October 4, 2018 in East Hampton, New York.

Sara Colangelo, Parker Sevak and Maggie Gyllenhaal

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"The Kindergarten Teacher" director Sara Colangelo, left, with stars Parker Sevak and Maggie Gyllenhaal attend the red carpet for their film at Guild Hall in East Hampton on Oct. 4.

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