Event Details

Hamptons International Film Festival: EHMS Events

Date: October 7th, 2017
Venue: East Hampton Middle School
Address: 76 Newtown Lane
City: East Hampton
Time: 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Price: $30
Website: http://hamptonsfilmfest.org
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Saturday, October 7

1:00 pm – A CONVERSATION WITH PATRICK STEWART

Stewart is one of the most acclaimed and beloved performers working today, with numerous and varied roles on both stage and screen, earning Golden Globe, SAG, Emmy, and Tony Award nominations. He is a three-time Olivier Award winner and an Honorary Associate Artist with the Royal Shakespeare Company. In 2001, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II conferred on Patrick the order of the Officer of the British Empire (O.B.E.), and in 2010, he received a knighthood for his services to Drama.

Sunday, October 8

1:30 pm – A CONVERSATION WITH ROB REINER

Two-time Emmy® Award winner Rob Reiner first came to fame as an actor on the landmark television series All In The Family. He went on to become an acclaimed director of some of the most popular and influential motion pictures of the last 35 years. From THIS IS SPINAL TAP, STAND BY ME, THE PRINCESS BRIDE, and WHEN HARRY MET SALLY to MISERY, A FEW GOOD MEN, THE AMERICAN PRESIDENT, and GHOSTS OF MISSISSIPPI, Reiner has shown versatility in tackling different genres. His latest film, LBJ, also starring Woody Harrelson, will screen at HIFF25.

7:30 pm – A CONVERSATION WITH ANNETTE BENING

Annette Bening is a four-time Academy Award nominee, two-time Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild Award winner. She was last seen in A24’s 20TH CENTURY WOMEN (HIFF 2016), directed by Mike Mills, for which she received her eighth Golden Globe nomination, as well as Warren Beatty’s RULES DON’T APPLY. Upcoming for Annette is Paul McGuigan’s FILM STARS DON’T DIE IN LIVERPOOL (HIFF25) with Jamie Bell; Michael Mayer’s adaptation of Anton Chekhov’s play THE SEAGULL opposite Saoirse Ronan; Dan Fogelman’s drama LIFE, ITSELF with Olivia Wilde, Oscar Isaac, Samuel L. Jackson and Antonio Banderas; and Christoph Waltz’s directorial debut GEORGETOWN, opposite Waltz and Vanessa Redgrave.