NYFF51 Photos: “Blue,” “Dazed and Confused,” “Only Lovers,” and “Her” image

NYFF51 Photos: “Blue,” “Dazed and Confused,” “Only Lovers,” and “Her”

Even in its final days, the 51st New York Film Festival was rolling out the premieres and special events. Here's one last batch of photos of the directors and stars who made these nights so special!

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NYFF51 Debut “When Evening Falls On Bucharest Or Metabolism” Heads to U.S. Theaters image

NYFF51 Debut “When Evening Falls On Bucharest Or Metabolism” Heads to U.S. Theaters

Corneliu Porumboiu's recent New York Film Festival debut When Evening Falls On Bucharest or Metabolism is headed for U.S. theaters in early 2014.

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Arnaud Desplechin’s “Jimmy P” Heads from NYFF51 to U.S. Theaters image

Arnaud Desplechin’s “Jimmy P” Heads from NYFF51 to U.S. Theaters

New York Film Festival debut Jimmy P.: Psychotherapy of a Plains Indian is headed for a U.S. theatrical release in early 2014 courtesy of IFC Films.

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NYFF51: Creating Women in “Child of God” and “Her” image

NYFF51: Creating Women in “Child of God” and “Her”

In her final installment from the recent New York Film Festival, Critics Academy member Shelley Farmer takes a look at alternative relationships as manifest in James Franco's Child of God and Spike Jonze's Her.

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NYFF51: A Tale of Two Forgers image

NYFF51: A Tale of Two Forgers

In her final installment from the recent New York Film Festival, Judith Dry takes a look at the concept of legitimacy via two films that played the event, Teller's doc Tim's Vermeer and Nadav Schirman’s In The Darkroom.

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NYFF51: Images and Sounds as Meditation in Lois Patiño’s Experimental Films image

NYFF51: Images and Sounds as Meditation in Lois Patiño’s Experimental Films

In her final installment from the 51st New York Film Festival, Critics Academy member Vanessa Erazo "dives into" the avant-garde with a look at Lois Patiño's films and discovers a subliminal immersive experience.

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NYFF51: Nathaniel Dorsky’s “Song” and “Spring” Recall “Diamonds” of a Bygone Era image

NYFF51: Nathaniel Dorsky’s “Song” and “Spring” Recall “Diamonds” of a Bygone Era

In his final installment from NYFF51, Critics Academy member Gus Reed takes a look at Nathaniel Dorsky's new work, Song and Spring, which screened in Views from the Avant-Garde at the recent festival.

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NYFF51 Video: Thanks to YouTube, the Festival Lives On image

NYFF51 Video: Thanks to YouTube, the Festival Lives On

Missing the New York Film Festival already? We sure are! Get your fix with some behind the scenes video exclusives. From the Her press conference to Nebraska stars on the red carpet, we hope these clips keep NYFF alive for you just a little longer...

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NYFF51: The American Dream Dashed in “12 Years A Slave” and “The Immigrant” image

NYFF51: The American Dream Dashed in “12 Years A Slave” and “The Immigrant”

Diana Drumm is a member of the NYFF Critics Academy. She examines the illusion American Dream in Steve McQueen's 12 Years a Slave and James Gray's The Immigrant.

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NYFF51: Sex Gets Its Close-Up In Two French Films image

NYFF51: Sex Gets Its Close-Up In Two French Films

Critics Academy member Greg Cwik gives his take on the raw portrayal of sex in two NYFF51 movies, Blue Is The Warmest Color and Stranger By the Lake.

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