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Photos: 26th Hamptons International Film Festival

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Peter Sarsgaard and Maggie Gyllenhaal with Hilaria, Romeo and Alec Baldwin on the red carpet at Guild Hall on Thursday for the opening night film, 'The Kindergarten Teacher.' TOM KOCHIE

Peter Sarsgaard and Maggie Gyllenhaal with Hilaria, Romeo and Alec Baldwin on the red carpet at Guild Hall on Thursday for the opening night film, 'The Kindergarten Teacher.' TOM KOCHIE

Alan Alda, the recipient of the Dick Cavett Artistic Champion Award, at Guild Hall on Thursday.

Alan Alda, the recipient of the Dick Cavett Artistic Champion Award, at Guild Hall on Thursday.

Stuart Suna and Joseph Zicherman, Hamptons International Film Festival board members.

Stuart Suna and Joseph Zicherman, Hamptons International Film Festival board members.

Arlene and Alan Alda and their daughter Beatrice. TOM KOCHIE

Arlene and Alan Alda and their daughter Beatrice. TOM KOCHIE

Randy Mastro, Toni Ross, the Baldwins and Stuart Suna at Guild Hall on Thursday for the Hamptons International Film Festival opening night.

Randy Mastro, Toni Ross, the Baldwins and Stuart Suna at Guild Hall on Thursday for the Hamptons International Film Festival opening night.

Hilaria and Romeo Baldwin.  TOM KOCHIE

Hilaria and Romeo Baldwin. TOM KOCHIE

A Conversation With Maggie Gyllenhaal at Bay Street Theater.  TOM KOCHIE

A Conversation With Maggie Gyllenhaal at Bay Street Theater. TOM KOCHIE

Damien Chazelle prior to his conversation at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor at the Hamptons International Film Festival on Sunday.  TOM KOCHIE

Damien Chazelle prior to his conversation at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor at the Hamptons International Film Festival on Sunday. TOM KOCHIE

A Conversation With Damien Chazelle on Sunday at Bay Street Theater. Joshua Rothkopf, a critic for Time Out NY and Rotten Tomatoes, interview Mr. Chazelle. TOM KOCHIE

A Conversation With Damien Chazelle on Sunday at Bay Street Theater. Joshua Rothkopf, a critic for Time Out NY and Rotten Tomatoes, interview Mr. Chazelle. TOM KOCHIE

Alec Baldwin, Minerva Perez and director Robert Behar at the private reception for 'The Silence of Others' on Sunday during the Hamptons International Film Festival.  TOM KOCHIE

Alec Baldwin, Minerva Perez and director Robert Behar at the private reception for 'The Silence of Others' on Sunday during the Hamptons International Film Festival. TOM KOCHIE

At the private reception for 'The Silence of Others' on Sunday during the Hamptons International Film Festival.  TOM KOCHIE

At the private reception for 'The Silence of Others' on Sunday during the Hamptons International Film Festival. TOM KOCHIE

Emilio Estevez on Saturday at the Hamptons International Film Festival.   TOM KOCHIE

Emilio Estevez on Saturday at the Hamptons International Film Festival. TOM KOCHIE

Melissa Silverstein, moderator, with panelists Cait Cortelyou, Sontenish Myers and Nancy Schwartzman at Rowdy Hall in East Hampton for the 'Our Bodies, Our Stories' panel at the Hamptons International Film Festival.  BRENDAN J. O'REILLY

Melissa Silverstein, moderator, with panelists Cait Cortelyou, Sontenish Myers and Nancy Schwartzman at Rowdy Hall in East Hampton for the 'Our Bodies, Our Stories' panel at the Hamptons International Film Festival. BRENDAN J. O'REILLY

Director Robert Behar accepting the Victor Rabinowitz and Joanne Grant Award for Social Justice for 'The Silence of Others.' TOM KOCHIE

Director Robert Behar accepting the Victor Rabinowitz and Joanne Grant Award for Social Justice for 'The Silence of Others.' TOM KOCHIE

Director Sontenish Myers awarded the Vimeo Staff Pick Award of $3,000 for her film 'Cross My Heart.' TOM KOCHIE

Director Sontenish Myers awarded the Vimeo Staff Pick Award of $3,000 for her film 'Cross My Heart.' TOM KOCHIE

Rory Kennedy at the Hamptons International Film Festival on Saturday for the Chairman's Reception at the Suna Residence. TOM KOCHIE

Rory Kennedy at the Hamptons International Film Festival on Saturday for the Chairman's Reception at the Suna Residence. TOM KOCHIE

Actress Nadine Labaki ('Capernaum') at the Chairman's Reception.  TOM KOCHIE

Actress Nadine Labaki ('Capernaum') at the Chairman's Reception. TOM KOCHIE

Actress Nadine Labaki ('Capernaum') with HIFF Artistic Director David Nugent and HIFF Executive Director Anne Chaisson. TOM KOCHIE

Actress Nadine Labaki ('Capernaum') with HIFF Artistic Director David Nugent and HIFF Executive Director Anne Chaisson. TOM KOCHIE

Juror Linus Sandgren at the Chairman's Reception at the Suna Residence.  TOM KOCHIE

Juror Linus Sandgren at the Chairman's Reception at the Suna Residence. TOM KOCHIE

author on Oct 5, 2018

The 26th annual Hamptons International Film Festival began on Thursday and continues through Monday, Columbus Day, at venues from Westhampton Beach to East Hampton.

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