Hamptons Doc Fest 2022 Schedule - 27 East

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Hamptons Doc Fest 2022 Schedule

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A scene from "Turn Every Page: The Adventures of Robert Caro and Robert Gottlieb" directed by Lizzie Gottlieb.

authorStaff Writer on Nov 28, 2022

Thursday, December 1

Bay Street Theater

2 p.m. “Subject” (2022, 93 min.)

5 p.m. 2022 Environmental Award, “Fashion Reimagined” (2022, 92 min.)

Sag Harbor Cinema

7:30 p.m. Opening Night Film, “Still Working 9 to 5” (2022, 96 min.)

Friday, December 2

Bay Street Theater

2 p.m. “The Thief Collector” (2022, 94 min.)

Sag Harbor Cinema

5 p.m. “Patrick and the Whale” (2022, 72 min.)

7 p.m. National Geographic Documentary Films Tribute and “The Territory” (2022, 85 min.)

Saturday, December 3

Bay Street Theater

11:30 a.m. Special 40th Anniversary Screening, “Say Amen, Somebody” (100 min.)

7 p.m. Gala Honoring Sam Pollard with Pennebaker Career Achievement Award and screening of “Lowndes County and the Road to Black Power” (2022, 90 min.)

Sag Harbor Cinema

11 a.m. “The Quiet Epidemic” (2022, 102 min.)

1:30 p.m. 2022 Filmmaker Impact Award honoring Ondi Timoner, “Last Flight Home” (2022, 101 min.)

4 p.m. “Desperate Souls, Dark City and the Legend of Midnight Cowboy” (2022, 101 min.) Co-presented with NYWIFT (NY Women in Film & Television)

Sunday, December 4

Bay Street Theater

11 a.m. “The Grab” (2022, 104 min.)

Sag Harbor Cinema

2 p.m. “The Smell of Money” (2022, 84 min.)

4 p.m. “Turn Every Page: The Adventures of Robert Caro and Robert Gottlieb” (2022, 112 min.)

7 p.m. “The Treasure of His Youth: The Photographs of Paolo Di Paolo” (2022, 105 min.)

Monday, December 5

Bay Street Theater

Noon. “Real Fur” (2022, 89 min.)

3 p.m. Shorts Program (98 min.)

5:30 p.m. “COVID Century – The Pandemic Preparedness Dilemma” (2022, 98 min.)

7:30 p.m. 2022 Art & Inspiration Award, “Omar Sosa’s 88 Well-Tuned Drums” (2022, 99 min.)

Tuesday, December 6

Bay Street Theater

10 a.m. Young Voices Program, for Students, Faculty and Family

3 p.m. “Playing in the FM Band: The Steve Post Story” (2022, 90 min.)

5:30 p.m. 2022 Human Rights Award, “Four Winters” (2022, 96 min.)

8 p.m. Closing Night Film, “All That Breathes” (2022, 97 min.)

For descriptions of all films and tickets and passes, visit hamptonsdocfest.com. No tickets will be sold at theater box offices. A limited number may be purchased, by credit card only, at the festival table in the lobby prior to a film, if available. A festival pass for all films and events is $250. Tickets to individual films are $15 and special events are $25 to $50.

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