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From the Hamptons International Film Festival to Graham Nash at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center — HRES Plans The Agenda
By Ruth Thomas - September 20, 2019

27th Annual Hamptons International Film Festival (HIFF)

October 10 – October 14 HIFF was founded to celebrate independent film and to introduce a unique and varied spectrum of international films and filmmakers to audiences. Approximately 25,000 visitors will attend HIFF with over 150 films and approximately 20 events in 12 venues across the East End. Over 30 countries are represented in the slate of films with cash and in-kind prizes totaling $165,000. The festival will honor director and screenwriter Brian De Palma with a Lifetime Achievement Award and HIFF co-founder, Toni Ross with The Dick Cavett Artistic Champion Award. Opening Night Film: JUST MERCY, Director: Destin Daniel Cretton Friday Night Centerpiece Film: THE IRISHMAN, Director: Martin Scorsese Saturday Night Centerpiece Film: FORD v FERRARI, Director: James Mangold  World Premieres of: FLINT, Director: Anthony Baxter; IN MEMORIAM, Director: Ben Steele; SCANDALOUS, Director: Mark Landsman; and CONSCIENCE POINT, Director: Treva Wurmfeld.

Ninth Annual Sag Harbor American Music Festival

September 26 – September 29 Local to Global, Jazz and Blues, Roots and Folk, Pop and more! The Festival features two days of FREE music with dozens of acts. Local galleries, restaurants, businesses and historic places serve as intimate venues offering a wide variety of performances during the Festival weekend. These venues are free and open to the public – mostly outdoors. All costs are covered by sponsorships and donations. The 2019 season also features three evening concerts (Aretha Franklin Tribute, Jane Monehit, The Scofflaws) to off-set the costs and provide support to local school music programs! Tickets and schedule available on the website. Sag Harbor American Music Festival,

Judy Carmichael: Let’s Swing!

October 4, 8 pm Count Basie nicknamed her “Stride,” for conquering this technically and physically demanding early jazz piano style, and jazz writer, Gary Giddons, sagely observed – about Carmichael’s place in the historically male-dominated world of swing piano – “How ironic that the last man standing is a woman.” And standing she is. Outstanding. Pianist. Singer. Raconteuse. Judy is fun. She’s funny. She’s fantastic. Longtime collaborators, guitarist Chris Flory, clarinetist / saxophonist, Dan Block and bassist Neil Miner, will join Judy in this evening of juicy ballads, swinging Standards and unadulterated joy.  Bay Street Theater,

Third Annual Paws on Parade

October 5, 11 am – 4 pm Join the Southampton History Museum and the Southampton Animal Shelter for the second annual Paws on Parade. Paws on Parade is a fun-filled family celebration with the pets in our lives. Participants will stroll from the Rogers Mansion to the Bathing Corporation beach, a twenty-three-minute walk one way. St. John’s Church will host its “Blessing of the Animals” and be a water station. Explore family-friendly activities on the grounds of the Rogers Mansion including contests, an agility course, auctions, photo opportunities with Bay Street’s Frankenstein Follies Halloween cast in character, face painting and much more! A light snack will be sponsored by Town & Country Real Estate. $20 for adults, free for children 16 & under, $25 at the gate on day of entrance. Southampton History Museum,

An Intimate Evening of Songs and Stories with Graham Nash

October 11, 8 pm The two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, two-time Songwriter’s Hall of Fame inductee, and GRAMMY Award winner, Graham Nash, returns for the first time in three years to the beach stage this fall. Few people have had as much impact on music as this man has. He’s hailed as one of the greatest songwriters and musicians of all time from his time in the Hollies, his solo career, and of course the storied union of Crosby, Stills & Nash (& Young). Don’t miss this legendary performance from this legendary man. Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center,


October 18, 6 pm – 8 pm Salon Series, the Parrish Art Museum’s concert program featuring world-class artists performing in an intimate, casual setting, presents pianist Yoonie Han. Praised for her “flowing tones, poetic phrasing and heavenly singing melodies” (Cincinnati Inquirer), and “musical imagination and feel for complex textures that drew vivid images” (Washington Post), South Korean pianist Yoonie Han has won top prizes in distinguished international competitions and the highest accolades for her poetic performances in major concert halls in the U.S. and around the world.$25| $10 Members, Students, and Children. Parrish Art Museum,

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