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Sontenish Myers, whose short narrative film "Cross My Heart" won the Vimeo Staff Pick Award and $3,000 on Monday.
Alexis Bloom, left, speaking after the Friday screening of "Divide and Conquer: The Story of Roger Ailes," won the best narrative freature award.
A scene from "All Good," which won the festival's best narrative feature award
Kayli Carter, whose film "Private Life" was shown at the festival this year, camped it up before participating in the Breakthrough Artists Panel at Rowdy Hall on Saturday. Durell Godfrey
The crew of "First Man" posed on the red carpet before the screening with David Nugent, left. They included, from left, Linus Sandgren, Josh Singer, Justin Hurwitz, Damien Chazelle, and Olivia Hamilton.Durell Godfrey
Rory Kennedy and Stuart Suna at the Chairman's Reception at Mr. Suna's house in East HamptonDurrell Godfrey
Alec and Hilaria Baldwin with three of their four children at the Chairman's ReceptionDurell Godfrey
Anne Chaisson and Emilio Estevez at the Chairman's ReceptionDurell Godfrey
This year's Breakthrough Artists were, from left, Kayli Carter, Amandla Stenberg, and Cory Michael Smith. They were captured outside Rowdy Hall before their panel on Saturday morning.Durell Godfrey
Annie Lukowski and BJ Schwartz, the filmmakers of "The Hidden," at Mulford Farm Mark Segal
Inside the Mulford BarnMark Segal
Alec Baldwin conducted an interview of Maggie Gyllenhaal in Friday afternoon's conversation at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor. Lisa Tamburini
VR, anyone? The Mulford Farm hosted viewings of "The Hidden," a virtual reality thriller, today and will continue throughout the weekend.Mark Segal
David Nugent and Emilio Estevez before Mr. Estevez's film "The Public" in East HamptonDurrell Godfrey
Alexis Bloom, left, spoke about the experience of making her film "Divide and Conquer: The Story of Roger Ailes" on Friday afternoon. The film is in competition in the feature documentary category.Jennifer Landes
The afternoon line at Guild HallDurell Godfrey
Two of the participants in "Our Bodies, Our Voices": Cait Cortelyou and Sontenish Myers share a laugh over a cell phone.
Carissa Waechter's Carissa's Breads, on Newtown Lane in the parking lot behind the Drawing Room gallery, has sandwiches and other grab-and-go options. Durell Godfrey
Although pricier than its predecessor, Sag Pizza is developing a loyal following in the site that was once Conca D'Oro on Main Street in Sag Harbor.Laura Donnelly
Anne Chaisson, Melissa Silverstein, Cait Cortelyou, Sontenish Myers, and Nancy Schwartzman before the talk Durell Godfrey
Sharing a cell phone momentDurell Godfrey
Maggie Gyllenhaal plays a creatively frustrated teacher who becomes fixated on the prodigious talent of one her students (Parker Sevak, at left) in "The Kindergarten Teacher." Netflix
Peter Sarsgaard, Maggie Gyllenhaal, and Sara Colangelo on the red carpetLisa Tamburini
A HIFF "family photo" with David Nugent, Randy Mastro, Toni Ross, Hilaria Baldwin, Alec Baldwin, Anne Chaisson, and Stuart SunaLisa Tamburini
Alan Alda received the Dick Cavett Artistic Champion Award prior to the screening.Lisa Tamburini
Anne Chaisson, David Nugent, Sara Colangelo, Maggie Gyllenhaal, and Parker Sevak before the filmJennifer Landes
Stock car racing was born on Long Island in 1927
The Riverhead Raceway’s longtime owners, Barbara and Jim Cromarty, are the beating heart of “The Last Race.”
“The Last Race” is the first film by the noted photographer Michael Dweck. Cecilia Luppi
Cinematic jewels can be found in all the programming categories
“Under the Wire” is a documentary about Marie Colvin, right, the war correspondent who was killed while covering the fighting in Syria.
The documentary “Black Mother” uses multiple formats to create a spiritual portrait of Jamaica, from its churches to its prostitutes.
“Watergate” is an in-depth look at the scandal that led to the resignation of Richard Nixon in 1974.
The work of emerging and innovative narrative and documentary filmmakers
Patima Tungpuchayakul, right, is a Thai human rights advocate working to rescue workers enslaved at sea in “Ghost Fleet.” Below, “Too Late to Die Young” is a coming-of-age story of young Chileans living in a rural mountain enclave.
Roger Ailes, the former head of Fox News, who was brought down by accusations of sexual misconduct, is the subject of “Divide and Conquer.”
Aenne Schwarz stars in “All Good” as a woman who is trying to make sense of the world after she has been raped.