The Hamptons International Film Festival wraps up Monday, just a day after awarding films with prizes in a ceremony at Guild Hall in East Hampton, hosted by actor Alan Cumming.
"Silver Linings Playbook" and "No Place on Earth" took home the big awards, honored with the Baume & Mercier Audience Awards for Narrative and Documentary, respectively.
Umat Dag’s "Kuma" and Cate Shortland’s "Lore" tied for The Golden Starfish Narrative Feature Award. "Colombianos," directed by Tora Mårtens took home the the Golden Starfish Award for Best Documentary.
The Kodak Award for Cinematography in the Narrative category went to Adam Arkapaw for his work on "Lore."
Of winners with local connections, director Michael Halsband won the Baume & Mercier Audience Award for Best Short for "Growing Farmers," a film about the Peconic Land Trust's program to help new farmers have access to affordable land.
The Jeremy Nussbaum Prize for Provocative Fiction — named for the BookHampton owner who died in June — went to "Lore."
Other winners were:
Special Jury Prize for Inspiration
- Jason Becker: "Not Dead Yet," directed by Jesse Vile
Special Jury Prize for Performance
- Carlos Vallarino, "La Demora"
- "The Curse," Directed by Fyzal Boulifa
The Victor Rabinowitz and Joanne Grant Award for Social Justice
- "Call me Kuchu," by Katherine Fairfax Wright and Malika Zouhali-Worrall
Zelda Penzel Giving Voice to the Voiceless Award
- "One Nation Under Dog," by Amanda Micheli, Jenny Carchman, Ellen Goosemberg-Kent
GSA for Curatorial Excellence
- Ian Birnie
The 2012 Brizzolara Family Foundation Award for a Film of Conflict and Resolution, presented in partnership with REACT to FILM
- "Rising from Ashes" by T.C. Johnstone
The 2012 Alfred P. Sloan Feature Film Prize
- "Future Weather" by Jenny Deller
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