2017 Festival Submissions
2017 submissions are open - Submit your film!
PULITZER AT 100
Live Q&A from Spring Docs! watch it
CITIZEN JANE: BATTLE FOR THE CITY
Thank you to everyone who joined us at Spring Docs! - read more
2016 HT2FF Career Achievement Award
Alex Gibney accepting award - Friday 12/4 read more
2016 Audience Award
One Big Home - Thomas Bena - read more
American Masters Tribute
Friday 12/2 - read more
Gala to Honor Alex Gibney
Saturday 12/3 - read more
A MOMENT IN TIME: HAMPTONS’ ARTISTS
Thursday 12/1 - read more
2016 Submissions are closed
Stay tuned for full festival program
HT2FF honers filmmaker Stanley Nelson Jr.
with a Career Achievement Award at festival gala
Liz Garbus Receives Filmmakers Choice Award
and screens her film, "What Happened, Miss Simone?"
Nelson George opens the 2015 Festival
with "A Ballerina's Tale" about Misty Copeland
SPRING DOCS DAY A HIT
Audiences loved the film-starring cats, dogs & birds!
Ambassador Shabazz and Producer Amy Hobby
for "What Happened, Miss Simone?" by Liz Garbus
Robert Kenner Wins HT2FF Best Documentary Feature
for his film, "Merchants of Doubt"
Mark Nickolas wins HT2FF Best Documentary Short Award
for "Nefertiti's Daughters"
Sellout "Harry & Snowman" Film
with producer Karin Reid Offield and Andre deLeyer
Jake Gorst signs his book after screening his film
"Modern Tide: Midcentury Architecture on Long Island"
Young Voices Program Documentaries
from student filmmakers with Filmmaker Roger Sherman teaching
Article: Modern Luxury
Title: Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival view
Title: Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival To Celebrate Filmmaker Alex Gibney
Article: 27 East
Title: Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival Honors Alex Gibney
Article: Dan's Papers
Title: The Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival Hits Bay Street December 1
Article: Sag Harbor Express
Title: Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival Announces Winner
Title: Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival Celebrates Those Who Celebrate The American Masters
Title: Lana Jokel on her documentary "A Moment In Time"
Title: Q&A w/ Jacqui LoFaro, executive director of Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival
Article: Indie Wire
Title: Stanley Nelson on His Mission as a Filmmaker & Receiving the Hamptons Take 2 Career Achievement Award
Title: Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival: No common themes"
Title: 'Black Panthers': A Cautionary, Revelatory Tale, As Told By Stanley Nelson Jr.
Title: Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival To Honor Stanley Nelson
Article: LI Pulse
Title: The Lives of Others
Article: East End Beacon
Title: 8th Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Festival Promises All Docs All Day
Article: East Hampton Star
Title: Showcase Vitality of the Documentary
Title: 5 Must-See Movies at Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival
Title: Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival to Honor Stanley Nelson
Title: HT2FF Captures History
Title: Ever Since Pam Am 103: Sag Harbor Premiere’s Reminder of Lessons Unlearned
Article: Dan's Paper
Title: Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival Opens December 3
Article: Hamptons Art Hub
Title: Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Festival Back for Eighth Year
Title: Over 30 Films Screening As Part Of Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival
Title: Small Film Festivals Showcase America’s Cultural Landscape
Barbara Kopple honored at Festival
Academy-award winning documentary filmmaker received our Career Achievement Award at 2014 HT2FF
We share festival films with East End libraries & organizations for their member programs.
Women to Watch: Jacqui Lofaro of Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival .
Jason Epstein sheds light on Scorsese "The 50 Year Argument" doc
Featured festival article by Michelle Trauring in the Southampton Press
"Big Beat" opens 2014 HT2FF Festival
Feature article in Dan's Papers by Judy Klinghoffer
HT2FF Brings Back Anita Hill's Story
Feature article by Michelle Trauring in Southampton Press
Article: Hamptons Art Hub
Title: Alexander Calder’s Mobiles Come To Life in Film by Roger Sherman.
Legendary Leacock Honored at Festival
Featured article by Elise D'Haene in Dan's Paper
New "Next Best" Program from SVA
A collaboration with the School of Visual Arts Social Documentary program brings first-time films to HT2FF