Rowdy Hall | Friday, October 11 | 10:00AM
We love our short films at HIFF, and with new distribution models and online platforms arriving at a record pace, there are more ways to experience short-form filmmaking than ever before! With an industry-led panel of filmmakers, distributors, and streaming representatives, this wide-ranging discussion will explore the exciting new world of short films that lie beyond festivals.
Moderator: Sean Weiner (Jacob Burns Film Center)
Join us for food, fun, and casual conversation with exciting special guests at the Winick Talks at Rowdy Hall in East Hampton. Doors open at 9:30am; first come, first served. Free admission! No tickets required.
The Gary Winick Foundation
GARY WINICK (1961-2011)
Director/producer Gary Winick premiered multiple films at HIFF, winning the Audience Award in 1999 for his drama THE TIC CODE. Throughout the early 2000s, Winick’s brainchild InDigEnd was a high-profile production company that championed low-cost, independent and digital moviemaking. A longtime supporter of the Festival, Gary considered the Hamptons his second home. The Gary Winick Memorial Fund was established to help young filmmakers hone their craft and further the art of cinema.