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This year, the Golden Starfish Narrative and Documentary Competitions have continued to expand - For the first time American and International films are competing together on an even playing field.
Other returning programs will include the acclaimed Films of Conflict and Resolution, the Spotlight Films, Films For Families, View From Long Island, World Cinema, NYWIFT (New York Women in Film & Television), A Conversation With…, Special Presentations and Panels with actors and filmmakers, and the Rising Stars program including the Golden Starfish Award for Career Achievement in Acting to this year’s Rising Stars mentors.
The 2005 HAMPTONS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL is celebrating its 13th annual presentation of films, programs and events, and will bring to the East End an array of exciting and interesting filmmakers and personalities.
The Hamptons International Film Festival is always an outstanding opportunity for audiences to catch something new and out of the ordinary.
This year’s festival runs October 19th through 23rd, 2005, in East Hampton, New York with additional venues in Southampton, Sag Harbor and Montauk.
This year also finds the Festival significantly expanding its presence and services to Southampton and its nearby communities.
“This will enable a greater constituency and offer even more tastemakers for our distributors & producers.The Golden Starfish Feature Competition films, worth over 0,000 in goods and in-kind services to be used towards the next feature, include Director/Screenwriter/Producer, Bernadine Santistevan’s THE CRY (USA, World Premiere) The legend of a crying, vengeful mother who abducts children and rips open the throats of unfaithful men, haunts this atmospheric thriller.Breathing life into a myth well known in the Latino community, the film takes place over the course of one ominous day in New York City; SWEET LAND (USA, World Premiere), by writer/director Ali Selim, tells an intimate yet powerful tale of immigrants struggling to establish homesteads and new lives at the end of World War I in the exquisite landscape of Minnesota farm country.“Over the past four years we have worked very hard at listening; to our filmmakers, to our partners in promotion and distribution and to our audiences.It is extremely gratifying to be able to provide an essential venue for both established and emerging filmmakers from across the international spectrum.” The heart of the Hamptons International Film Festival has always been its Golden Starfish Award and the films in the competitions for Best Narrative Feature (over 0,000 in goods and in-kind services), Best Documentary Award (,000 in cash and in-kind services) and Short Film Award (,000 in cash).