Arts

Mark Segal
“The Last Race,” the first film by Michael Dweck, reminds us of the long history of stock car racing on Long Island that has all but disappeared.
Mark Segal
The opening night, closing night, and centerpiece films of the Hamptons International Film Festival typically generate the most buzz, but cinematic jewels can be found in all the programming categories.
Mark Segal
The HIFF Competition films highlight the work of emerging and innovative narrative and documentary filmmakers whose work pushes the boundaries of the medium.
Jennifer Landes
Once the pass holders are in and their number has been tallied, any remaining seats go on sale at full price to those standing in what is known as the rush line in the order of their place in line.
Star Staff
Dreamscape VR exec will discuss “The Future of the Cinematic Experience and Immersive Narrative.”
Star Staff
Alumni will perform masterworks by Brahms, Beethoven, Mozart, and others.
Mark Segal
Two shows open at Drawing Room; "Luxury Graffiti" at Roman; "Sweet Things" at Lehr; "Small Abstracts" at Folioeast, and much more
Star Staff
The Parrish's Salon Series will begin this fall with works for violin and piano by Bach, Mozart, Cesar Franck, and Pablo de Sarasate.
Jennifer Landes
“Fred W. McDarrah: New York Scenes” is a fitting and compelling visual epitaph for a photographer, publication, and ultimately a city that no longer exists.
Judy D’Mello
“Boys Do Cry,” a collection of eight short films, will be screened at the Parrish Friday, with a discussion with some of the filmmakers.
Mark Segal
The Sag Harbor American Music Festival kicks into high gear Saturday and Sunday with more than 30 free performances all over Sag Harbor.
Mark Segal
Talking about an East Hampton artist/collector whose collection often overshadowed his art.
Star Staff
Gene Casey and the Lone Sharks will bring roots-drenched rockabilly to Bay Street Theater on Saturday.
Star Staff
Improv, sketches, and monologues will be performed by Our Fabulous Variety Show comics tomorrow at Guild Hall.
Baylis Greene
Paul Harding, first up in the series, won a Pulitzer Prize for “Tinkers,” his 2009 novel. Now he teaches in Stony Brook Southampton's M.F.A. program in creative writing and literature.