NYFF51 Photos: Gala Tribute, Centerpiece, and Premieres Galore

It's non-stop here at the 51st New York Film Festival, where the parade of premieres, films, talks, directors, and actors continued throughout the week and weekend. (Festival staff: "What's a weekend?") Here are some more of our favorite photos so far. Don't forget to follow us on Instagram to keep up with all the action.


Ben Stiller's The Secret Life of Walter Mitty premiered at the 51st New York Film Festival on Saturday. From left: Adrian Martinez, Johnathan C. Daly, Stiller, Kristen Wiig, Sean Penn and Adam Scott. Photo by Adele Major


Ben Stiller and his beautiful wife Christine Taylor at the World Premiere of The Secret Life of Walter Mitty. Photo by Philip May


Kristen Wiig answers questions on the red carpet. Photo by Silvia Saponaro


Adam Scott getting ready for his close-up. Photo by Silvia Saponaro


Walter Mitty director/star Ben Stiller talking about the film. Photo by Silvia Saponaro


Academy Award-winning actress Cate Blanchett was honored with a Gala Tribute on Wednesday. Photo by Silvia Saponaro.


A video of Blanchett's best roles was shown, as well as a surprise message by Woody Allen, and Kent Jones held an entertaining one-hour conversation with the actress. Photo by Godlis


Alice Tully Hall before a screening. Photo by Adele Major


NYFF Filmmaker in Residence Andrea Arnold (Fish Tank, Red Road) with Henry Bean (Basic Instinct 2, Internal Affairs), Naomi Foner (Very Good Girls, Running on Empty), and Larry Gross (True Crimes, 48 Hrs.) following a special NYFF Live talk with partner Jaeger LeCoultre. Photo by Misun Jin


Emerging Artist Joanna Hogg during her NYFF Live Talk. Photo by Olga Bas


Abuse of Weakness star Isabelle Huppert and director Catherine Breillat. Photo by Godlis


Isabelle Huppert poses for her 20x24 Polaroid portrait. Photo by Julie Cunnah


Filmmaking couple Joe Brewster and Michèle Stephenson at the press screening of American Promise. Photo by Godlis


The subjects and directors of American Promise during the film's Q&A. Photo by Melissa Blitz


Burning Bush star Tatiana Pauhofová on the red carpet. Photo by Silvia Saponaro


Burning Bush director Agnieszka Holland signing her portrait at the Film Center. Photo by Danielle Winston


Bastards director Claire Denis during a press conference for the film. Photo by Godlis


Director Sebastián Lelio and actress Paulina García at a press screening of Gloria, for which García won the Silver Bear for best actress in Berlin earlier this year. Photo by Godlis


Joaquin Phoenix at the press conference for James Gray's The Immigrant, in which he stars alongside Marion Cotillard. Photo by Godlis

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