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The Virtual Cinema is Open
Most films and events—including the A Conversation With... series and Winick Talks—are now available.*
Watch now through Wednesday, October 14.
(Scroll to see Scheduled Virtual Screenings.)

Today we are highlighting some of the remarkable documentaries screening in our Virtual Cinema.
Following journalists who investigate what happens after a deadly fire in a Bucharest nightclub, Alexander Nanau’s revelatory documentary is a powerful indictment of governmental corruption and a tribute to those working tirelessly to uncover the truth.
Director Garrett Bradley won a Best Directing award at Sundance for painting this mesmerizing portrait of the resilience and radical love necessary to prevail over the endless separations of the country’s prison-industrial complex.
Provincetown artist Mischa Richter crafts a gorgeous love letter to the free-spirited Massachusetts community his family has called home for nearly 100 years, a lyrical meditation on the personalities that define this seaside community.
In a remarkable feat of vérité filmmaking, Victor Kossakovsky gently immerses us in intimate, unspooling encounters with two clever cows, a one-legged chicken, and the majestic Gunda—the eponymous mother sow who has recently given birth to a rambunctious bunch of piglets.
Documentary Shorts in Competition
Featuring an array of powerful subjects, the Short Documentary Competition honors new and distinctive voices in documentary filmmaking. The winner will qualify for consideration at the Academy Awards®.
*Please note: to watch NOMADLAND, FIREBALL: VISITORS FROM DARKER WORLDS, THE CLIMB (3pm Scheduled Virtual Screening), and THE FATHER (7pm Scheduled Virtual Screening) today:
  1. You can watch through the web portal on your computer or tablet.
  2. You can watch on your TV through the Hamptons Film Fest app on your Roku box.
  3. You can watch on your TV by connecting your computer to the TV via HDMI cable.
  4. At this time, these films cannot be watched through the Hamptons Film Fest app on your AppleTV box. AppleTV box users: log in on the web portal on your Apple computer or iPad. Once you are on the film page, click the airplay icon and select your AppleTV from the menu that appears. The movie should then appear on your TV screen.
For all other titles, there should be no issues with playback on the AppleTV box.
(an hour before the screening, ticketholders will receive a link to watch)
GUNDA: 7pm
Tonight at the DRIVE-IN
(you must have purchased a ticket to attend; there wil be no rush line or tickets purchased on site)
Amagansett: AMMONITE
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