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‘Youth’ Will Open Southampton Programming at 2015 Hamptons Film Festival

Organizers of the 2015 Hamptons International Film Festival have announced that Paolo Sorrentino’s “Youth” will be the Southampton opening-night film, screening Oct. 9.

The festival, which opens its main East Hampton slate with Dan Rather backstory “Truth,” also has set the roster for its “Views From Long Island” and “Conflict and Resolution” programming.

Youth,” starring Michael Caine and Harvey Keitel, follows two friends who take a luxury vacation to a Swiss Alps lodge and ponder retirement. “We are looking forward to kicking off our Southampton screenings with Paolo Sorrentino’s exquisite new film,” said HIFF artistic director David Nugent.  “’Youth’ is an emotionally rich and complex film, and its dynamic cast brings incredible depth to the story.”

The 23rd Annual Hamptons International Film Festival will be held over Columbus Day weekend, October 8-12.

The full list of new additions to the slate follows:

VIEW FROM LONG ISLAND

“The Class Divide,” Marc Levin

“Harry and Snowman,” Ron Davis

“How to Dance in Ohio,” Alexandra Shiva

“When I Live My Life Over Again,” Robert Edwards

“Picturing Barbara Kruger,” Pippa Bianco

CONFLICT AND RESOLUTION

“The Uncondemned,” Nick Louvel and Michele Mitchell

“The High Sun,” Dalibor Matanic

“He Named Me Malala,” Davis Guggenheim

“Democrats,” Camilla Nielsson

“The Armor of Light,” Abigail Disney

“Last Day of Freedom,” Dee Hibbert-Jones and Nomi Talisman

“Kingdom of Garbage,” Yasir Kareem

“Plamen,” Dress Code

“Take Me to the Moon,” Enric Ribes and Oriol Martinez

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