Day 2 of the 2017 Hamptons International Film Festival began with morning screenings of competition films, a talk about the film world in an era of streaming services, and much, much more.
As the day went on, there were parties and receptions, and more screenings. The star power of Armie Hammer and Jennifer Garner added a bit of sparkle to the evening hours, each supporting films shown yesterday.
Later, the cast and crew of "Wanderland" continued their celebration at Stephen Talkhouse where the cast performed live versions of the songs featured in the film.
Carl Johnson, Orson Cummings, Joe Zucker (assistant coach for the Killer Bees), and Ben Cummings prior to "Killer Bees" screeningDurell Godfrey
David Nugent, the festival's artistic director, and Armie Hammer before the screening of "Call Me by Your Name" at Guild HallJackie Pape
Some of the stars of "Wanderland," from left, Tara Summer, Tate Ellington, and Dree HemingwayDurell Godfrey
The Conflict and Resolution panelists at their post-screening reception at Eileen Fisher in East HamptonJackie Pape
Bruce Weber examined a Cecil Beaton book at Bay Street Theater prior to the screening of "Love, Cecil" about the photographer.Durell Godfrey
Dan Rizzie and Susan Reimen consulted The Star's film festival guide while waiting in line for "Mountain."Durell Godfrey
Maggie Betts, the director of "Novitiate," which stars Melissa Leo, who spent much of her childhood in SpringsJackie Pape
The cast and crew of "The Misogynists," which had its world premiere on FridayDurell Godfrey
Amanda Knox, the director of the narrative film short "Night Call"Durell Godfrey