2017 Hamptons Take 2 Film Festival Schedule

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Thursday, November 30

4 p.m. “The Last Dance,” followed by Q&A with director Mirra Bank

6 p.m. “Acorn and the Firestorm,” followed by Q&A with co-director Reuben Atlas

8 p.m. Opening Night Film, “The Opera House,” with a wine reception and Q&A with director Susan Froemke

Friday, December 1

10:30 a.m. Top Take 2 Short Program: “Do You Like Peacocks?” “Election Day” and “Driven Blind”

12 p.m. “Crazy,” followed by Q&A with director Lise Zumwalt

1:30 p.m. “The Bullish Farmer,” followed by Q&A with director Ken Marsolais

3:30 p.m. “Marvin Booker was Murdered,” followed by Q&A with director Wade Gardner

6 p.m. “The Way It Goes—Nathan Slate Joseph,” followed by Q&A with director Lana Jokel and artist Nathan Slate Joseph

8 p.m. Friday Night Spotlight Film, “Spielberg,” with a wine reception and Q&A with director Susan Lacy

Saturday, December 2

10 a.m. “Bean,” followed by Q&A with director Emilie Bunnell

11:30 a.m. Filmmaker’s Choice Award, “Into the Night: Portraits of Life and Death,” with award presentation and Q&A with director Helen Whitney

2 p.m. “Anatomy of a Male Dancer,” followed by Q&A with directors David Barba and James Pellerito

4 p.m. Breakout Director Award, “Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World,” with award presentation and Q&A with director Catherine Bainbridge and co-producer Ernest Webb

7 p.m. Lumiere Career Achievement Award Gala, “Shouting Fire: Stories from the Edge of Free Speech,” with award ceremony and Q&A with director Liz Garbus and her father, Martin Garbus

Sunday, December 3

12 p.m. Hector Leonardi Art & Inspiration Award, “I Know a Man…Ashley Bryan,” with award presentation and Q&A with director Richard Kane

1:30 p.m. Sloane Shelton Human Rights Award, “The Lavender Scare,” with award presentation and Q&A with director Josh Howard and co-producer Barbara Pierce

3:30 p.m. “The Rape of Recy Taylor,” followed by Q&A with director Nancy Buirski and co-producer Susan Margolin

5:30 p.m. “Risk,” directed by Laura Poitras

8 p.m. Sunday Night Spotlight Film, “Letters From Baghdad,” with wine reception and Q&A with directors Sabine Krayenbuehl and Zeva Oelbaum

Monday, December 4: Douglas Elliman Free Community Day

2 p.m. “Eye of the Lammergeier,” followed by Q&A with director Dr. Blake Kerr

3:30 p.m. “I Know a Man…Ashley Bryan”

5 p.m. “The Lavender Scare”

7 p.m. Closing Night Film, “The Killer Bees,” followed by Q&A with directors Ben Cummings and Orson Cummings

All screenings will be held at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor. Tickets are $15 per screening, or $13 for seniors, $25 for Friday and Sunday night Spotlight films, $50 for the gala, and $150 for all screenings and events. Admission to screenings on Community Day is free. For a full schedule and more information, call 631-725-9500, or visit ht2ff.com.

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