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Attending a Hamptons Film Fest Screening? Review it Here

Pass on your recommendations and start a conversation about the film (or films) you see at the 20th Hamptons International Film Festival.

Movies, like so many other things, come to our attention based upon the recommendations of others.

Think back to all the books friends have passed along to you, or a colleague who's told you about the delicious meal – or not-so-great service – at that new restaurant in town. Or a contractor your friend used to put an extension on his or her home. The list goes on.

Here's your chance to share your recommendations from the upcoming Hamptons International Film Festival with the local community.

You don't need to be an A.O. Scott or Roger Ebert. All you need to do in order to share your thoughts about any films you see is have a pair of eyes and be a Local Voice blogger with Patch. And there it is: you've not only passed on your recommendation about a film many people are probably itching to see, but likely started a conversation between yourself and other readers who saw the same screening.

You never know, maybe someone will take your recommendation and pass it along to someone else.

Click here to become a Local Voice on Patch. It's easy, it's free and there are no commitments. Post as you wish, and if you have any questions, please reach out to me at: josephp@patch.com.

TTTT October 09, 2012 at 12:35 PM
I saw 25 short films and one full-length documentary this year, and they were wonderful! "Wild in the Streets" about a kind of rugby/football/soccer match held over two days in England, with 3,000 players over 3 miles between two towns is fantastic! Cat-Cam answers a lot of questions about what your indoor/outdoor kitties do, during the day. Anosmia about folks who have no sense of smell is fascinating. The Curse was upsetting and sad. 88 and Friend Request Pending were fun and heartwarming. On and on. If you can find them on the internet, watch!

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