Gordin's View

Hamptons 2010 Film Festival

Isabella Rossellini

Celebrating their 18 season The Hamptons International Film Festival continues to expand their scope and vision with exciting new collaborations, and the five day event proved to be maybe the most successful yet attracting greater audiences from around the world. Programming Director David Nugent was pleased with the “special feeling” he found surrounding the festival. The audience awards, always a highlight, went to Tom Hooper’s THE KING’S SPEECH, along with Jill Andresevic’s LOVE ET and BORN SWEET. The MAMAS AND PAPAS directed by Alice Nellis won the jury prize, The Golden Starfish Award for Narrative Feature and the Zicherman Screenplay award. Bonnie Grice from National Public Radio presented the awards at Guild Hall.  

Isabella Rossellini

Celebrating their 18 season The Hamptons International Film Festival continues to expand their scope and vision with exciting new collaborations, and the five day event proved to be maybe the most successful yet attracting greater audiences from around the world. Programming Director David Nugent was pleased with the “special feeling” he found surrounding the festival. The audience awards, always a highlight, went to Tom Hooper’s THE KING’S SPEECH, along with Jill Andresevic’s LOVE ET and BORN SWEET. The MAMAS AND PAPAS directed by Alice Nellis won the jury prize, The Golden Starfish Award for Narrative Feature and the Zicherman Screenplay award. Bonnie Grice from National Public Radio presented the awards at Guild Hall.  

Photography: Barry Gordin

Marcia Gay Harden
Beth Ostrosky Stern, Howard Stern
David Nugent, Ashley Gerasimovich, , Doug Liman (Director, “Fair Game”), Quinn Broggy
Brett Lord
Michael & Jeryl Goldberg, Countess LuAnn de Lesseps, Jacques Alexander Azoulay
David Nugent, Ashley Gerasimovich, , Doug Liman (Director, “Fair Game”), Quinn Broggy
Michael Wudyka, Vered
Mary & Dennis Lynch (Filmmaker, “King of the Hamptons”), Dan Rattiner, Chris Wasserstein
Harvey Weinstein (Producer, Blue Valentine)
Alec Baldwin, Sophie Nyweide, Emerald-Angel Young
Derek Cianfrance (Director, “Blue Valentine”, Faith Wladyka