Tag: Gold Coast International Film Festival
With a career spanning nearly seven decades on stage, screen and television, Robert Wagner’s handsome good looks and charm are as remarkable as they ever were.
Huntington's Cinema Arts Centre regularly hosts special events and screenings of foreign & independent movies, as opposed to commercial blockbusters. The venue's director of publicity, Raj Tawney, is dedicated to celebrating Hollywood's 'Golden Age' of film by honoring past classics and creating programs that feature legendary cinematic greats, such as legendary Hollywood agent Budd Burton Moss, as well as present-day festivals, such as the Gold Coast International Film Festival. Old and new film fans can therefore share "a reel experience" and enjoy the art of truly great filmmaking, together.
Samantha Fish, Aztec Two Step & Brewer & Shipley rock YMCA Boulton Center; Indigo Girls groove The Space at Westbury; Big Gigantic, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Death from Above 1979 & the Long Island Music Hall of Fame Induction Awards Gala wow The Paramount; Gold Coast International Film Festival amazes movie lovers; Robert Klein, Rita Rudner & Brian Regan crack up NYCB Theatre at Westbury; Fight Night: USA Boxing – NY Metro Championships strike Suffolk Theater; Jake Johannsen floors Goveror's; Wild ‘ N Out Live Comedy Show hits The Emporium; & so much more!
With Long Island serving as the set of TV shows and movies so much that the region was dubbed “Hollywood East,” it’s fitting that LI has a slew of annual film festivals. From the Hamptons to the Gold Coast, cinemaphiles can go film fest hopping across the Island throughout the summer and into the fall. Some have already concluded so far this year, such as the LI LGBT film fest that wrapped up last month. And the Cinema Arts Centre in Huntington regularly hosts mini-film fests of its own. Here are six upcoming annual film festivals on Long Island