Hamptons Doc Fest announces an expanded, live, eight-day festival in this, its 14th year, with 30 screenings available at two venues in Sag Harbor, December 3-10.
It starts at the Sag Harbor Cinema, the weekend of December 3-5, with eight films including the Opening Night Film, the presentation of the Human Rights Award, the Pennebaker Career Achievement Award, the Art & Inspiration Award, and in collaboration with Sag Harbor Cinema, the Producer Impact Award and posthumous Tribute to Diane Weyermann.
The festivities then flow to the Bay Street Theater, December 6-10, with 22 films including the Environmental Award, the Young Voices Program for students, two Shorts Programs, and ending with the free Saunders Community Day on Friday, December 10.
Hamptons Doc Fest also offers a virtual component of 11 films the following week, December 11-18.
“Returning to the big screens at two iconic venues in Sag Harbor is what we hoped for in 2021. And it’s happening,” said Jacqui Lofaro, founder and executive director of Hamptons Doc Fest. “We are thrilled to share an exciting and diverse program of films with our documentary fans.”
GO TO HAMPTONSDOCFEST.COM FOR ALL FESTIVAL PASSES & TICKETS
Go to www.hamptonsdocfest.com for all passes and tickets, as no tickets will be sold at the Sag Harbor Cinema or Bay Street Theater this year.
A Festival Pass for admission to all in-theater films at both venues, and including the Opening Night film, the Awards and the Tribute films, and the Pennebaker Career Achievement Award Program is $250.
Tickets to the Opening Night film on December 3 and to the Tribute film to Diane Weyermann on December 5—both at Sag Harbor Cinema—are each $25.
A ticket to the Pennebaker Career Achievement Award Program honoring Dawn Porter at Sag Harbor Cinema on December 4 is $50. Due to COVID restrictions, the former reception is by invitation only, and food can no longer be served.
Tickets to individual films at both venues are $15.
A virtual pass to 11 films screening online from December 11-18 is $75. Go to www.hamptonsdocfest.com for information.
Attendees at all live events in the two theaters are required to wear a mask and show proof of COVID vaccination.