Presented to Liz Garbus by Susan Margolin and Jacqui Lofaro
Catherine Bainbridge for “Rumble: The Indians who Rocked the World”
Carter Burden, Jacqui Lofaro, Jason Weinberg and Shawn Sachs
for her film, “The Opera house” followed by a Q&A with Terrie Sult
about Nathan Slate Joseph in the film, “The Way it Goes: Nathan Slate Joseph”
for her film, “Into the Night: Portraits of Life and Death”
The Sloane Shelton Human Rights Award for his film, “The Lavender Scare”
winner of The Hector Leonardi Art and Inspiration Award for his film, “I Know a Man...Ashley Bryan”
Big thanks to everyone!
artist Jules Feiffer
teaches her Filmmaking Workshop
captivates Middle School students
shares filmmaking insights with students
At our Spring Docs 2017 at The Parrish Art Museum
Alex Gibney accepting award - Friday 12/4
Nov 29 to Dec 3
CELEBRATING FILMMAKING TALENT & THE ART OF THE DOCUMENTARY
ALL DOCS ALL DAY.
HT2FF brings the work of talented documentary filmmakers to new audiences with our annual December Hamptons film festival in Sag Harbor.
In 2017 we celebrated 10 years, finishing with one of our most successful festivals ever! We thank you for coming in droves and for being an audience fully engaged with the filmmakers and excited to see more. If you would like to help contribute to the future of the festival and to the future of documentary film, please consider making a donation.