UPDATES

     SAG HARBOR CINEMA ARTS CENTER PRESENTS

American Values Film Series

Thank you to our American Values Film Series sponsors Sotheby's International Realty - New York City & Sag Harbor Partnership for gathering together a provocative and enduring selection of films, compelling celebrity guest hosts, and scintillating post-screening discussions! 

Special thanks to moderators Giulia D’Agnollo Vallan, Emma Watson Hamilton & Susan Lacy, all our extraordinary guest hosts Chandler Burr, Alec Sokolow, D.A. Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus, Carl Bernstein, Isabella Rossellini, Rob Marshall and John Deluca, Laurie Anderson, Julie Andrews, William Friedkin, and Ashley Clark.

Thank you to Steve Hamilton, Steve Hamilton, & our team of volunteers who helped set up the films for smooth programming. We are looking forward to offering more exciting programs in the future!

Check out this great trailer announcing

our rebuilding phase!

Thanks to Gail Gallagher!

The Sag Harbor Cinema was recently featured on NBC 4 New York!
Click Here to view the video!

WE ARE NOW TAKING STOCK!

We now have a Fidelity brokerage account available to accept marketable securities. In certain cases, there's a real tax advantage to donating marketable securities vs. cash. Ask your advisor, and please contact us for transfer details. 

https://www.cnbc.com/2016/12/15/a-better-way-to-give-donate-stock-instead-of-cash.html

THANKS for CASINO NIGHT!

We thank PAGE RESTAURANT, Acousticsmart, AIA Peconic, Electronic Environments, Hamptons Gym Corp, I-GRACE, Lutron, Summerhill Landscapes, Paul Roger, and Jim and Veronica Baker for their generous sponsorships! 

It was a great evening, and Page at 63 Main did a fantastic job. Thanks to the wonderful staff, the kitchen who provided delicious hors d'oeuvres, and owner Joe Traina for hosting and attending!

MONDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES
WITH SAG HARBOR CINEMA-TEC!


LTV and Historic Films Archive is teaming up to help bring attention and support the Sag Harbor Partnerships’ Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center with a series of cinematic gems titled

SAG HARBOR CINEMA-TEC, broadcast exclusively on LTV!

Once a month for 10 months, Joe Lauro of Historic Films Archive will handpick different feature films and short subjects from the vast library of Historic Films Archive to be broadcast on LTV, channel 20 in East Hampton Monday nights at 8pm for 4 weeks. Mr. Lauro will introduce each film or retrospective with special insights.

The ten episodes will explore classic genres like Film Noir, Westerns, Rock’n’Roll in the movies, early animation, 1950s-1960s’ teenage etiquette films and others.
 

The Schedule, so far:

Monday, Nov. 6th at 8pm Carnival of Souls

Monday, Nov. 13th at 8pm Carnival of Souls

Monday, Nov. 20th at 8pm Carnival of Souls

Monday, Nov. 27th at 8pm "Classic Christmas"

Monday, Dec. 4th at 8pm "Classic Christmas"

Monday, Dec. 11th at 8pm "Classic Christmas"

Monday, Dec. 18th at 8pm "Classic Christmas"

Monday, Dec. 25th at 8pm “The Magic of Max Fleischer” 

Monday, Jan. 1st at 8pm “The Magic of Max Fleischer” 

Monday, Jan. 8th at 8pm “The Magic of Max Fleischer” 

Monday, Jan. 15th at 8pm “The Magic of Max Fleischer” 

Monday, Jan 22nd at 8pm “Films of Etiquette and Adolescent Angst”

Monday, Jan. 29th at 8pm“Films of Etiquette and Adolescent Angst”

Monday, Feb. 5th at 8pm “Films of Etiquette and Adolescent Angst”

Monday, Feb 12th at 8pm “Films of Etiquette and Adolescent Angst”

The Sag Harbor Express recently published an article about our plans for rebuilding and expansion of the theater building. We are happy to be presenting these plans before Village Boards, and want to make sure everyone is apprised of our trajectory.

You can read about it in this article by Christine Sampson from October.

MUSIC AT THE STEPHEN TALKHOUSE
October 15, 2017


What a great event! The bands were fantastic and we're so grateful to Hopefully Forgiven, Alfredo Merat, Gene Casey & the Lone Shark Trio, Jim Turner, and Sarah Conway and the Playful Souls for a fantastic afternoon of music!

 

Thanks again to Joe Lauro and the Talkhouse for putting it all together and hosting!

ENTER TO WIN!
One of our favorite places, the Wharf Shop, 69 Main St, is having a raffle in support of the Cinema!! Tickets are only $5 each, or 5 tickets for $20, for the chance for a $100 gift certificate. You cannot beat those odds!

Make us and the kids on your Holiday list happy, and get your tickets today. The drawing will take place on Thanksgiving! 

THIS EVENT TOOK US OVER THE TOP! THANK YOU TO ESTIA'S, THE EXPRESS, ALMOND, ALL THE SPONSORS, ARTISTS AND ATTENDEES! 

LOOK FOR OUR AD

IN THIS WEEK'S SAG HARBOR EXPRESS THANKING EVERYONE!

We still have amazing art for sale for the Cinema!

Take a look at our Art Auction page for work that is still 

directly available for purchase at ridiculously low prices,

all benefitting the Cinema! 

Pictured above:  Work by Barbara Thomas, Sue Heatley, Michele Oka-Doner, Gabrielle Raacke, Kirsten Benfield, Jules Feiffer, and Janet Goleas

Thank you for making our

BIG TENT: Party for the Cinema

the event of the summer!

CLICK HERE for a recap and photos!

A huge thank-you to Lynda Sylvester and Sylvester & Co. for hosting the launch of Sag Harbor: 100 Years of Film in the Village, which is not only a beautiful book but also highly entertaining and informative! 

Lynda donated her proceeds from the sale of the book to the Cinema effort, and we are so very grateful.

170 books were sold at the event, and it could not be more attractive!

We had a blast at Sushi & Sake at Sen for the Cinema on June 25th!

Thank you to Jesse, Jessica, Jeff and the staff of Sen! CLICK HERE for photos!

We are sad to inform you of the passing of Ed Victor, a remarkable member of our community. Ed was a literary agent to the stars, and friend of many as well. His widow, Carol Ryan, has most graciously suggested that donations be made to the Cinema project in lieu of flowers, gifts, etc. 

We are deeply moved by her thinking of us at this time, and offer heartfelt condolences. Carol and Ed were one of our favorite couples in the community.

Please let us know if your donation is in his honor.

Check out the wonderful memories on our Sag Harbor Partnership website, at the Virtual Memory Wall

  • Facebook Social Icon
  • YouTube Social  Icon
  • Instagram Social Icon

The Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center is a project of The Sag Harbor Partnership