Hamptons Doc Fest Shorts Program

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December 5
at 3:00pm


98 min


The Flagmakers (35 min)

DIRECTORS: Sharon Liese, Cynthia Wade

PRODUCERS: Sharon Liese, Cynthia Wade

EDITORS: Hillary Bachelder, Dava Whisenant


The Flagmakers, a meditation on the American Dream, follows workers at the country’s largest maker of American flags including the refugees and immigrants who have risked everything to come to the USA.


54 Miles To Home (26 min)

DIRECTOR: Claire Haughey

In 1965 three black farming families risked their lives by providing refuge to the thousands of voting rights marchers on the historic five day, 54-mile march from Selma to Montgomery. Nearly 60 years later, The Halls, Steeles and Gardners share for the first time what their parents and grandparents sacrificed and how their families’ legacies and this historic land can be preserved for generations to come.


Footsteps (12 min)

DIRECTOR: Jeremy Benning

PRODUCER: Jeremy Benning

EDITOR: Kurt Ritchie


Footsteps provides a peek into the magic and ingenuity of a team of exceptional and idiosyncratic Foley artists and the work that goes into the creation of soundtracks for feature films, TV series and video games. Founded by renowned Canadian Foley artist Andy Malcom in 2005, this unique facility in Uxbridge, Ontario has over 600 screen credits - many which you certainly know - to its name.


Pony Boys (25 min)

DIRECTOR: Eric Stange

PRODUCER: Eric Stange

EDITOR: Rachel Clark

Summer, 1967. Two young Massachusetts brothers – ages 9 and 11 – set off on an improbable journey with their family pet, a Shetland pony named King. Tony and Jeff Whittemore are desperate to visit Expo ’67 in Montreal – the largest World’s Fair ever – but their parents can’t take them. Then Mom comes up with the solution: hitch King to a pony cart and drive 350 miles to Expo '67 – on their own – at 5 m.p.h.! 

Other Shows

Studio 3's Mixed Nuts
Category: Events December 16 through December 18

Studio 3's Holiday Stage Performance for Dancers Ages 5 and up!

Judy Carmichael: Let's Swing!
Category: Events December 17 at 8:00pm

Join Grammy Award nominated pianist/vocalist/humorist, Judy Carmichael in an evening of swing music from the 1930s and ‘40s. 

National Theatre Live Presents "Henry V"
Category: Events January 15 at 2:00pm

The National Theatre's production of "Henry V" is a vivid contemporary adaptation set to modern dress filled with iconic speeches, spectacular performances, and mesmerizing military action starring Kit Harrington of "Game of Thrones" in the title role.

David Dean Bottrell Makes Love—A One Man Show
Category: Events February 11 at 8:00pm

Written by Bottrell and directed by Guy Stroman, the show is a comic whirlwind of totally true “love stories” (both spicy and tame) that weaves together one man’s search to find and understand love.