AMERICAN DHARMA AT GUILD HALL
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27, 6:00PM - 7:45PM
GUILD HALL, 158 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11927
Tickets $15 online or at the door. Click to order film-only tickets
Optional dinner at 8pm at THE MAIDSTONE.To Purchase $95 Tickets for the Movie and Dinner at The Maidstone Hotel: Call Zach Zunis at 631-324-0002
All proceeds from the dinner will go to the Cinema! Thank you, The Maidstone!
The Sag Harbor Cinema presents a special screening of Errol Morris’s AMERICAN DHARMA at Guild Hall. No stranger to interviewing some of the most controversial figures of our time, Oscar winning filmmaker, Errol Morris trains his lens on Stephen K. Bannon, questioning him closely about his beliefs, current feelings about President Trump, and films that shaped and continue to animate Bannon’s understanding of the world. The director of The Fog of War and The Thin Blue Line concludes that whatever one thinks of Bannon, ignoring him is the most dangerous course of action.
Ticket sales proceeds will benefit The Sag Harbor Cinema.
To Celebrate the Publication of her Second Memoir,
Home Work: A Memoir of My Hollywood Years
In Partnership with Bay Street Theater
Sunday, November 10th at 3pm, Bay Street TheaterPurchase Tickets on Bay Street's Website Here
THAT'S LIFE (1986)
That’s Life! was entirely self- produced, with dialogs often improvised during filming to promote spontaneity. It is the sixth and last film of the legendary artistic collaboration between Julie Andrews and husband/director Blake Edwards, following classics such as 10, S.O.B. and Victor/Victoria. It is also their most autobiographical. It co-stars Emma Walton Hamilton, Jennifer Edwards and Chris Lemmon.
The screening will be followed by a q&a with Julie Andrews and co-author Emma Walton Hamilton, moderated by Giulia D’Agnolo Vallan; and by a book signing.
Home Work is the sequel of Andrews’ best-selling first memoir: Home: A Memoir of My Early Years. It covers Andrews’ extraordinary career in the American film industry from Mary Poppins to That’s Life! It will be published by Hachette Books on October 15th.
We reinstalled and lit the sign Saturday night, May 25th!
The final phase: re-opening the cinema!
We have our wonderful sign back, but we still have fundraising to do, which we estimate to be $3-4M to open free of debt and fully operational. What does this represent?
• Expanding our original construction of the 3rd floor for VR and classroom
• Ordering top-of-the-line film equipment for projection and sound
• Restoring seats for Theaters 1 and 2 and new seats for Theater 3
• Hiring architect, designers, consultants for new construction and historic renovation
• Ordering café and concession stand equipment and supplies, computers and ticketing equipment, furniture and supplies for offices and education.
• Replicating historic light fixtures and floor treatments
• Appointing an Executive Director, Programming and Artistic Director, a Cinema Managing Director, and operational staff
Join us in this final effort. If we raise enough money, we can re-open this fall!
We are grateful to announce that the Partnership received a generous $4,600 grant from the Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation in 2018 to partially fund a survey of homes and the cultural history of the SANS (Sag Harbor Hills, Azurest, and Ninevah subdivisions) neighborhoods in Sag Harbor.
We are happy to be a part of this worthy endeavor!
For more info, please see this article in the Sag Harbor Express.