NYFF51 Photos: Week One at a Glance

Posted by Tiffany Vazquez on 10.2.2013

If you follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and especially Instagram, you've already been seeing lots of great pictures from the 51st New York Film Festival so far.  Here's a few more from various screenings, panels, special events, and even some behind-the-scenes glimpses into the first week of NYFF...


A New York Film Festival audience at Alice Tully Hall. Photo by Silvia Saponaro


Cory McAbee performing at NYFF Convergence event Captain Ahab's Motorcycle Club. Photo: Adele Major


Nadav Schirman introduces a screening of In the Dark Room while Film Society's Marian Masone looks on. Photo: Adele Major


Alan Partridge's Steve Coogan signs his 20x24 Polaroid portrait. Photo: Julie Cunnah


Jeff Goldblum (Le Week-end) signs his, too. Photo: Julie Cunnah


Le Week-end's Lindsay Duncan posing up a storm. Photo: Julie Cunnah


Le Week-end stars Jim Broadbent and Lindsay Duncan on the red carpet. Photo: Julie Cunnah


Benicio Del Toro poses for his 20x24 Polaroid portrait. Photo: Olga Bas


Jimmy P director Arnaud Desplechin and stars Benicio Del Toro and Mathieu Almaric on the red carpet. Photo: Philip May


Joel and Ethan Coen on the red carpet for Inside Llewyn Davis. Photo: Godlis


Carey Mulligan fielding questions before the premiere of Inside Llewyn Davis. Photo: Adele Major


Inside Llewyn Davis star Oscar Isaac on the red carpet. Photo: Philip May


Garrett Hedlund looking fine on the Inside Llewyn Davis red carpet. Photo: Godlis


Composer and long-time Coens collaborator T-Bone Burnett. Photo: Godlis


Gillian Welch and David Rawlings before Inside Llewyn Davis. Photo: Godlis


Inside St. Paul the Apostle Church for Live From Los Santos: The Music of Grand Theft Auto V. Photo: Sachyn Mital


Tangerine Dream, Woody Jackson, and Alchemist & Oh No perform together at Live From Los Santos: The Music of Grand Theft Auto V. Photo: Sachyn Mital


Artist Academy presenters Fernando Eimbecke, Corneliu Porumboiu, and Joanna Hogg. Photo: Olga Bas


NYFF Live: Motion Portraits Director Panel, featuring Joaquim Pinto (What Now? Remind Me), Pacho Velez (Manakamana) and Mitra Farahani (Fifi Howls from Happiness). Photo: Olga Bas


Like Father, Like Son director Hirokazu Kore-eda chats about his work at a free NYFF Live talk. Photo: Olga Bas


Child of God star Scott Haze on the red carpet. Photo: Olga Bas


Audience options for the choose-your-own-adventure documentary 48 Hour Games, part of NYFF Convergence.


A screening of Stephanie Spray and Pacho Velez's Manakamana. Photo: Silvia Saponaro


A Touch of Sin star Zhao Tao and director Jia Zhangke by night at NYFF. Photo: Godlis


NYFF Convergence: Eline Jongsma and Kel O'Neill discuss their documentary Empire. Photo: Misun Jin

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