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New York Film Festival

New York Film Festival Photos

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    Squid & Whale

    In the far corner of the Milstein Hall of Ocean Life at New York's American Museum of Natural History are Squid and Whale, pictured here during Monday's premiere party for the film, one of the more distinctive New York parties we've ever attended at indieWIRE. The event, punctuated by a terrific mix of music, filled the ocean life room and offered a tasty selection of treats. The large undersea duo pictured here will no doubt receive an even greater amount of attention given their important scene as the title characters in Noah Baumbach's new movie, "The Squid and the Whale".
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    Im Sangsoo Celebrates NYFF

    With indieWIRE's Brian Brooks away at the Reykjavik fest, we welcomed a guest iPOPer at the annual directors party at the New York Film Festival, with Jared Moshe from The Film Sales Company grabbing a few shots for iPOP. Pictured here is Im Sangsoo, director of "The President's Last Bang" from South Korea, enjoying the party with his wife.
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    Mother and Son

    At Sunday's New York Film Festival party at O'Neals, guest iPOPer Jared Moshe snapped a shot of 2004 NYFF filmmaker Jonathan Caouette (right), pictured with his mother Renee Leblanc. Both appear in Caouette's documentary, "Tarnation." The popular party, filled with filmmakers and film industry, included the annual omelette bar, where partiers could snack on a made-to-order egg dish.
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    Berney and Anderson

    At dinner following the New York Film Festival premiere are Picturehouse head Bob Berney with actress Gillian Anderson, who appears in the film.
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    Harlan and Dar

    Hanging out at the Picturehouse dinner for Michael Winterbottom's New York Film Festival premiere of his new film "Tristram Shandy: A Cock and Bull Story" are film producer Noah Harlan with filmmaker Gidi Dar, director of the upcoming Picturehouse movie, "Ushpizin."
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    Hubbell and Masone on Closing Night

    Kodak saluted the Film Society of Lincoln Center with a party on the closing night of the New York Film Festival Sunday. The gathering, at the cool new Stone Rose Lounge in the Time Warner Center, celebrated the 43rd edition of the annual event. Pictured are Anne Hubbell from Kodak with Marian Masone from the Film Society.
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    A Farewell to Graham

    Graham Leggat (left) at his final NYFF event before leaving the Film Society of Lincoln Center and moving west to head the San Francisco Film Society. This weekend he will move to the Bay Area and will begin his new job on Monday in California. He is pictured with Ryan Werner who recently left Wellspring to join IFC Films.
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    Toasting Haneke

    Sony Pictures Classics co-president Tom Bernard (pictured far left) often jokes that party photos are never seen anywhere (although he typically says, except for indieWIRE). Well, as Sony Classics co-president Michael Barker (far right) set up this shot, Bernard told "Cache" director Michael Haneke (standing next to him) that this shot wouldn't show up anywhere. We'll take that dare, here it is! Standing next to Haneke as he celebrates his closing night film at the festival is Patrice Chereau, director of the fest film, "Gabrielle." Chatting with indieWIRE after the shot, Haneke said that next up for him is a staging of "Don Giovanni" at the Opera National de Paris in February in France.
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    IFP Takes a Break at Post-Gothams To-Do

    Indendent Feature Project (IFP) executive director Michelle Byrd (front-center) and staff undoubtedly had quite a busy evening Wednesday organizing the annual Gotham Awards, but took some time to stop by for a breather at the Kodak/Paste Magazine Gothams VIP After Party at the Tribeca Cinemas. Pictured with her (left to right) are colleagues Durier Ryan, Ramona Gonzales, Rupert Chiarella and Jonathan Russo. We're not quite sure who the gent with the sparkling smile is in the background, but hey... that's just the kind of evening it was.
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    The Writer (Peter Morgan)

    Its been quite a week for writer of "The Queen," Peter Morgan (center). He also has "The Last King of Scotland", which he co-wrote, opening in theaters...on the opening night of the New York Film Festival, Morgan posed for an iPOP shot while chat with his wife and old friend Karol Martesko.

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