NYFF51 Photos: “All Is Lost,” “Nebraska,” “12 Years a Slave,” and More!

The second week of the 51st New York Film Festival started with designer-turned-director agnes b. presenting her movie, and continued with a highly expected film by J.C. Chandor starring Robert Redford and what it said to be an Oscar front-runner.


Robert Redford at the premiere of J.C. Chandor's All Is Lost. Photo by Olga Bas


J.C. Chandor and Zachary Quinto hugging on the red carpet. Quinto stared in Chandor's Margin Call (NDNF '11). Photo by Philip May


Zachary Quinto on the red carpet for the premiere of All Is Lost. Photo by Olga Bas


Director J.C. Chandor and actor Robert Redford take questions after the press screening of All Is Lost. Photo by Godlis


Nashville stars Connie Britton and Kimberly William-Pasley at the All Is Lost afterparty. Photo by Godlis


Designer-turned-director agnès b. during a Q&A for her film My Name Is Hmmm... Photo by Barbara Anastacio


Abuse of Weakness star Isabelle Huppert and director agnès b. Photo by Godlis


agnès b. with the Safdie brothers. Photo by Godlis


agnès b. speaks with Amy Taubin at a NYFF Live talk. Photo by Olga Bas


Alexander Payne on the red carpet before the premiere of Nebraska. Photo by Olga Bas


Will Forte and June Squibb at a Q&A following the premiere of Nebraska. Photo by Richard Jopson


Bruce Dern and Alexander Payne at the Nebraska Q&A. Photo by Richard Jopson


Bruce Dern also answered questions at a free NYFF Live talk. Photo by Richard Jopson


Steve McQueen and the cast of 12 Years a Slave on the red carpet. Photo by Philip May


Michael Fassbender and Steve McQueen on the red carpet. Photo by Philip May


Michael Fassbender pondering an interviewer's quesiton. Photo by Olga Bas


Sarah Paulson and Lupita Nyong'o on the red carpet. Photo by Olga Bas


Steve McQueen, Chiwetel Ejiofor, and Michael Fassbender at the NYFF premiere of 12 Years a Slave. Photo by Richard Jopson


Michael Fassbender, Lupita Nyong'o, Adepero Oduye, and Alfre Woodard during the film's Q&A. Photo by Richard Jopson


Alfre Woodard, Sarah Paulson, and Paul Dano. Photo by Richard Jopson


Michael Fassbender, Lupita Nyong'o, and Adepero Oduye. Photo by Richard Jopson


Madonna accompanied Steve McQueen to the screening. Photo by Richard Jopson

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