Hamptons International Film Festival (HIFF) hosted a gathering to honor Dick Cavett Artistic Champion Award recipient Alan Alda at the historic inn The Baker House 1650 in East Hampton on Thursday evening. Alec Baldwin and Hilaria Baldwin attended as did Stuart Suna and Judy Licht.
Alda was also honored during the Festival’s opening night, which featured Sara Colangelo’s The Kindergarten Teacher. The screening brought out the film’s star Maggie Gyllenhaal, as well as Baldwin, Alda and Peter Sarsgaard.
Hamptons International Film Festival Executive Director Anne Chaisson and Director of Content David Nugent hosted a dinner in The 1770 House’s downstairs Tavern for Above and Beyond director, producer, and narrator Rory Kennedy on Friday. The East Hampton eatery also welcomed Andrew Saffir, Katie Couric and husband John Molner on Saturday, while The Last Race director Michael Dweck and The Panama Papers director Alex Winter were interviewed about their latest documentaries, which screened during HIFF, in the patio garden of The 1770 House over the weekend.
HIFF Breakthrough Artist and Gotham actor Corey Michael Smith was spotted enjoying a bite at Rowdy Hall in East Hampton on Saturday afternoon.
Alicia Silverstone enjoyed a meal al fresco at Nick & Toni’s in East Hampton with friends on Saturday.
Jack Brinkley Cook, Nina Agdal, Sailor Brinkley Cook, Neil Patrick Harris and daughter Harper, and Christy Turlington Burns were among attendees at Wölffer Estate Vineyard’s 30th Annual Harvest Party on Saturday.
HIFF’s A Private War screening was supported by the film’s stars Rosamund Pike and Jamie Dornan, as well as director Matthew Heineman. Based on the Vanity Fair article Marie Colvin’s Private War, the film tells the story of celebrated war correspondent Marie Colvin.
Candice Bergen dined at Almond in Bridgehampton on Sunday with her husband and another couple. The Murphy Brown star was spotted slipping the maître d’ her credit card to pick up the meal for the table.