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  • Brian Brooks
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    Clooney Debuts G/F and "The Descendants" Closing Out 49th New York Film Festival

    George Clooney debuted his girlfriend, Stacy Keibler, at the Closing Night of the 49th New York Film Festival Sunday night at Lincoln Center. Clooney stars in Alexander Payne's latest, "The Descendants," set in Hawaii, which received a nice response from the audience. Set in Hawaii, Clooney plays a land baron who attempts to forge a new relationship with his daughters after his wife suffers major injury following a boating accident. Clooney, Payne and the cast (including actresses Shailene Woodley and Amara Miller who do a fantastic job as Clooney's on screen daughters) headed to an after party at Stone Rose in the Time Warner Center off Columbus Circle (but didn't see that Keibler was in attendance though). [Photo by Godlis]
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    Ted Hope & Elizabeth Olsen Hit the Empire Roof after "Martha Marcy May Marlene" Premiere

    Following the NYC debut of her film "Martha Marcy May Marlene" at the New York Film Festival Tuesday night, star Elizabeth Olsen as well as director Sean Durkin and a 150 or so of their closest friends headed to the after party at the roof of the Empire Hotel near Lincoln Center, hosted by the Peggy Siegal Company. Olsen's famous sisters, Mary Kate and Ashley were there along with other celebs in the who's who including Parker Posey, members of Vampire Weekend and a host of others (Michael Moore was spotted in the audience). Olsen chatted up Ted Hope here well into the evening (he was an executive producer of the film). In the feature, Oslen stars as a young woman who undergoes an explosive crisis of identity after escaping the confines of a rural cult-like farming community. Trapped by unsettling flashes of memories from the past and visions of a perilous future, she becomes taken over by an unsettling sense of fear, leaving her consumed by paranoia and a mysterious burden of guilt. Fox Searchlight will release the film in limited release October 21st.
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    Sean Antonio Josh at "Martha Marcy May Marlene"

    Filmmaker Sean Durkin and producers Antonio Campos & Josh Mond take in their party at the Empire Hotel near Lincoln Center following the NYC premiere of their film, "Martha Marcy May Marlene" at the New York Film Festival Tuesday night. The party, hosted by the Peggy Siegal Company, was abuzz with chatter about star Elizabeth Olsen's performance in the film, which Fox Searchlight will release in the U.S. beginning October 21st. Olsen plays a young woman who is confronted by her demons after escaping a rural cult. [Photo by Austin Dale]
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    WM3 Join "Paradise Lost 3" Debut at NYFF

    The West Memphis 3: Damien Echols, Jason Baldwin, Jessie Misskelley along with "Paradise Lost 3" co-directors Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky along with HBO’s Sheila Nevins following the New York Film Festival screening of "Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory" at Lincoln Center Monday evening. "I think they know exactly who did it and just don’t care," Echols said earlier that day. Check out iW's coverage of the WM3 at an HBO event earlier that day. [Photo by Godlis]
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    Martin Scorsese Fetes George Harrison at NYFF

    Martin Scorsese walked the red carpet at the New York Film Festival Tuesday night for the world premiere of his doc, "George Harrison: Living in the Material World," a four-hour epic on the Beatles member. A colossus of stars Harrison knew, including Terry Gilliam, Sir Paul McCartney, Eric Idle, Jane Birkin, Ringo Starr, Eric Clapton, Yoko Ono, Tom Petty and even a few hilarious interviews with Phil Spector appear in the film produced by HBO Documentary. Also in the photo is George Harrison's wife, Olivia who provided a ton of great photos of Harrison and the Beatles including some cool home movie footage, which made it into the film. HBO hosted a very snazzy party near Lincoln Center after the packed screening. [Photo: Photo by Olga Bas for The New York Film Festival]
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    49th NYFF: Fassbender & Cronenberg Hit New York

    Looking fab at the New York Film Festival, actor Michael Fassbender and director David Cronenberg fete their film, "A Dangerous Method" this week. Fassbender is also attending the festival with "Shame," which has its U.S. debut Friday at NYFF. Read an interview with the actor about his two films here. [Photo by Julie Cunnah for The New York Film Festival]
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    Kirsten Dunst Takes NYFF with "Melancholia"

    Actress Kirsten Dunst received great buzz at the New York Film Festival Monday night for her performance in Lars von Trier's spectacular "Melancholia," which had its American debut at the 49th annual event. "She deserves a nomination" was heard more than once as the crowd left Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center where the film screened. Dunst as well as co-stars Alexander Skarsgård and Charlotte Gainsbourg headed to the Stone Rose Lounge for the after-party hosted by DeLeon Tequila where they worked the press line. Dunst is pictured here being interviewed by George Whipple from NY1.
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    Skarsgård & Gainsbourg Fete "Melancholia"

    Charlotte Gainsbourg and Alexander Skarsgård strike a lovely pose in front of the step and repeat following the U.S. premiere of director Lars von Trier's "Melancholia" Monday night at the New York Film Festival. Magnolia Pictures will open the film in the U.S. in November.
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    Rose Kuo and Michael Barker Take in NYFF Opening Night

    Rose Kuo with Sony Pictures Classics co-president Michael Barker
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    "Miss Bala" Crowns New York Film Festival This Weekend

    One of the best films screening this weekend at New York Film Festival is Mexico's entry for Oscar Best Foreign Language contender, "Miss Bala," by director Gerardo Naranjo. The film, which is having its U.S. premiere at NYFF (it debuted in Cannes) is the story of a young woman (played amazingly by Stephanie Sigman) who aspires to be crowned Miss Baja California, but unfortunately becomes mixed up with a criminal gang. iW will host a free to the public discussion with Naranjo and Sigman on Sunday at the Film Center at Lincoln Center. Pictured here are Naranjo and Sigman this week. Check out iW's full schedule of New York Film Festival talks.
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    Ferrara Takes NYFF Stage

    Filmmaker Abel Ferrara, the Film Society of Lincoln Center's Richard Peña and actress Shanyn Leigh earlier this week at the Walter Reade Theater in New York. Ferrara and Leigh's film, "4:44 Last Day on Earth" (also starring Willem Dafoe) about a couple living in a NYC Lower East Side apartment as they confront the final hours of earth's living existence will have its debut at the New York Film Festival, which begins Friday night.
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    "Tahrir" Director Speaks at Walter Reade Pre-NYFF

    Above FSCL's Richard Pena discusses (via Skype) the challenges of shooting amid the chaos of the Tahrir Square during the revolution in Egypt with "Tahrir" director Stefano Savona. The talk was part of one of the many press conferences at the Walter Reade Theater in New York, in anticipation of the upcoming New York Film Festival. The film is playing in the event's Special Events section. [Photo by John Wildman]
  • Peter Knegt
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    Garfield and Timberlake Get "Social" at NYFF

    Andre Garfield and Justin Timberlake were on hand at the Walter Reade Theater Friday morning as their work in David Fincher's "The Social Network" was officially unveiled to the press at the New York Film Festival. Check out video from the entire press conference here.
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    Pedro and Penelope Hit New York

    Yesterday at the Walter Reade Theater on New York's Upper West Side, "Broken Embraces" director Pedro Almodovar and star Penelope Cruz sat down with members of the press to chat about their film, which closes the New York Film Festival Sunday night. indieWIRE will have a full report on the press conference and this weekend's "Broken" festivities Monday. [Photo by Peter Knegt/indieWIRE]
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    Fonda and Taymor Join "Precious" at NYFF

    "Precious" star Gabourey 'Gabby' Sidibe was joined by director Julie Taymor and actress Jane Fonda at the New York premiere of Lee Daniels' heavily buzzed film. "Precious" screened as the New York Film Festival's Centerpiece Gala. It hits theaters November 6, 2009. [Photo courtesy of the New York Film Festival.]
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    Bellocchio and Dayong at NYFF

    "Vincere" director Marco Bellocchio (left) and "Ghost Town" director Zhao Dayong celebrate their films' screening at the 42nd New York Film Festival. [Image courtesy of the Film Society of Lincoln Center.]
  • Brian Brooks
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    Art and Mini-burgers Tuesday night at NYFF

    Director Don Argott and producer Sheena M. Joyce join in for a mini-burgers and beer celebration after the screening of their doc "The Art of the Steal" at the New York Film Festival this week in Manhattan. Their film stirred the usually reserved NYFF audience with a very lively (and we're talking yelling, emotional back and forth sort of lively) Q&A at the Alice Tully Hall. Their film, which focuses on the very rich collection of post impressionist work of the Barnes Foundation in Pennsylvania, brought up all sorts of conflicting points about the role of art, commerce and the accessibility of masterpieces. Maybe that explanation doesn't do it quite justice, but it made quite the splash Tuesday night. IFC Films will release the film through their Sundance Selects, so check it out for yourself!
  • Brian Brooks
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    Wild Grass and Alice Tully Hall Take Center Stage at NYFF Opening

    French director Alain Resnais and Sony Pictures Classics co-president Michael Barker walk the red carpet Friday night for the opening of the New York Film Festival. Resnais' latest, "Wild Grass" (Les herbes folles) officially opened this year's 47th edition at the Alice Tully Hall in Manhattan's Upper West Side. This year, the after-party did not take place at the traditional venue, Tavern on the Green, which was a disappointment to some regulars, but the party in the new venue's large lobby was nonetheless nice. Reactions to the film were mixed, with some not liking it at all, while others were big fans.
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    NYFF '07 | "Persepolis" Celebrates NYFF Closing last Sunday

    Kodak hosted the closing night soiree for the 45th New York Film Festival along with Unifrance Sunday night in Midtown Manhattan. Lauded Cannes '07 feature "Persepolis" closed the venerable festival and the film's co-director (and inspiration) Marjane Satrapi (right) joined the party along with the Film Society of Lincoln Center's Richard Pena (middle) and Sony Classics' Dylan Leiner. Catherine Deneuve, who also lends her voice in the animated film, attended the party as well, though she did seem to make a hasty exit. But fans of the French legend did get a few Deneuve drive-byes as she darted around the event. She will soon travel to that big drive-by out West, Los Angeles, where she'll pick up an award at AFI Fest.
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    NYFF '06 | Guillermo and Pena

    Posing for a shot at Kodak and Picturehouse's closing night party at the 2006 New York Film Festival are "Pan's Labryinth" director Guillermo del Toro and the festival's lead programmer, Richard Pena from the Film Society of Lincoln Center.
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    NYFF '06 | Ivana

    "Pan's Labryinth" star Ivana Baquero at the closing night party at the 2006 New York Film Festival.
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    NYFF '06 | Laura Dern

    While her new film unspooled across the street at Lincoln Center, "Inland Empire" star Laura Dern dropped by the New York Film Festival's annual Directors Party at O'Neals restaurant. Before heading back for the end of the showing, she took a moment to pose for an iPOP shot. Read more about the movie, and Dern's stellar performance, in indieWIRE's latest festival dispatch.
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    NYFF '06 | Berney, Anger, Miles and Weston

    The Directors Party at the New York Film Festival is a decades old tradition, held each year at O'Neals, across the street from Lincoln Center on the Upper West Side. The annual event is known for its signature meal service, offering guests a nighttime breakfast. Attendees joined the long lines for a made-to-order omelette, with a side of bacon and potatoes, prior to an array of late-night desserts. Oh, and another tradition is Sylvia Miles, perched in her pole position spot at the entrance to the dining room, she is pictured here with Picturehouse president Bob Berney (left), filmmaker Kenneth Anger and actress Celia Weston (far right). This year the table was reserved in Miles' honor.
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    NYFF '06 | Pedro and Penelope in NYC

    "Volver," one of the big winners at Cannes this year, was the centerpiece film at the 2006 New York Film Festival, bringing it to Manhattan just a few weeks before the film opens in U.S. theaters. Pictured, arriving at the film's post-screening party downtown Saturday night, are director Pedro Almodovar and star Penelope Cruz. The duo celebrated with an eclectic mix of fans and friends in the downstairs VIP room at Dirty Disco, partying with the likes of Bono and Bebel Gilberto, along with cast from the film and Almodovar's producer (and brother) Agustin.
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    NYFF '06 | Leading Ladies: Maura, Cruz, Cobo, Duenas

    At the "Volver" after-party Saturday night in Manhattan, following the film's New York Film Festival screening, the Cannes award-winning leading ladies pose for a quick shot together before making their way downstairs to the VIP area of Dirty Disco downtown. Left to right: Carmen Maura, Penelope Cruz, Yohana Cobo, and Lola Duenas.
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    The Director (Stephen Frears)

    Inside Central Park's Tavern on the Green on Friday night for the opening night of the 44th New York Film Festival is Stephen Frears, director of the opening night film, "The Queen." The high-profile screening, the day before the film opened theatrically in New York City, marked Frears' first visit to the NYFF since The Snapper in 1993. indieWIRE's first dispatch from the event, published on Thursday, includes Frears' comments about his latest film, as well as the full list of films (with descriptions).
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    The Star (Helen Mirren)

    Its still quite early in awards season but the early buzz is that "The Queen" star Helen Mirren (center) is a shoo-in for a best actress Oscar nomination...some surveyed at the party feel that she is the frontrunner for the coveted prize. Entering Tavern on the Green's Crystal Room to a throng of well-wishers (and a few photographers) is Mirren flanked by her husband, director Taylor Hackford (left) and co-star James Cromwell (right), who stars as her on screen spouse Prince Philip.
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    The Executives (Bergman, Cook and Battsek)

    While hundreds of insiders mingled throughout Tavern on the Green Friday night at the New York Film Festival's opening night party, the center of power was inside the Crystal Room, where planners traditionally reserve tables for VIP guests involved with the movie. Pictured on the big night are the executives behind the "The Queen"... Disney studio chief Dick Cook (center, Chairman of the Walt Disney Studios), Alan Bergman (left, president of Walk Disney Studios) and, on almost the exact date of his 1st anniversary in the post, Miramax Films president Daniel Battsek.
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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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    A Nice Reunion...

    Offering a bit of perspective this caption, Duopoly's Liz Manne (pictured left) called this iPOP image (from the opening night of the New York Film Festival Friday), a "nice reunion shot." She is pictured (from left to right) with Ira Deutchman, producer Fred Berner ("Pollock"), and producer Peter Newman ("The Squid and the Whale") and explained, "We four were office mates a long time ago...I worked for Ira at The Deutchman Company, plus Fred Berner Films, plus Peter Newman Productions. This was after Cinecom, before Fine Line." Manne would later join Deutchman in launching Fine Line Features, where Fred and Peter had producing deals. Manne added that she and Berner now live together.
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    Barker, Bernard and Stringer Toast "Capote"

    In New York last night, Sony Corporation Chairman and CEO Sir Howard Stringer (center, the first non-Japanese chairman of the company) joined Sony Pictures Classics co-presidents Michael Barker (left) and Tom Bernard (right) in toasting the New York Film Festival premiere of Bennett Miller's "Capote." Pictured here before sitting down to dinner at Cafe Des Artistes, the trio welcomed a restaurant full of cast, crew, friends and journalists, including the film's stars Philip Seymour Hoffman, Catherine Keener, Chris Cooper, and Clifton Collins, Jr. The film was a hot ticket at the NYFF, garnering a standing ovation from the warm audience after the screening. Sony execs must be quite proud of Miller, who has become quite a poster boy for their company. The director made his first feature, the 1997 doc "The Cruise", using a small Sony DV camera and fter making his new film for United Artsts, that company was swallowed up by Sony Corporation as part of the deal for MGM, leading Sony Classics to take on the release.
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    Waters and the Goldwyns Meet Up Finally at "The Squid and the Whale" Premiere

    Pink Floyd's song "Hey You" is featured prominently in Noah Baumbach's "The Squid and the Whale," so a perfect excuse to invite former Pink Floyd bandmember Roger Waters (left) to the party for the film, held Monday night at the American Museum of Natural History. Many party attendees were hoping to sneak a chat with the music legend, and some even sat down for some pretty lengthy chats with Waters, who seemed very casual about the whole thing. At one point, Samuel Goldwyn Films head, Samuel Goldwyn, Jr. (middle) happened by along with the company's acquisitions exec, Peter Goldwyn, so we orchestrated this "impromptu" photo.
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    Baumbach and Silberman at the Natural History Museum

    "The Squid and the Whale" director Noah Baumbach (right) spent some time chatting with IDP head Michael Silberman during the after-party at the American Museum of Natural History following the screening of the film at the New York Film Festival. Not pictured high above is a huge blue whale that dominates the cavernous Milstein Hall of Ocean Life. Samuel Goldwyn Films an IDP partner, and Sony Pictures International Releasing hosted the very fun party, which some guests of the circuit called one of the year's best.
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    Jeff, Laura, and Jesse at "The Squid and the Whale" Premiere

    "The Squid and the Whale" stars Jeff Daniels, Jesse Eisenberg and Laura Linney joined a fun crowd for the New York premiere of their film, which screened Monday night at the New York Film Festival. The party was aptly held at the American Museum of Natural History on the Upper West Side in the facility's Milstein Hall of Ocean Life. Attendees gave kudos to the film, which won the screenwriting and director's award this year at Sundance for Noah Baumbach.
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    Bingham & Bennett (and Solondz?)

    Former United Artists chief Bingham Ray is pictured at the opening night party with "Capote" director Bennett Miller. The former UA produced Miller's film, which stars Philip Seymour Hoffman as a Truman Capote, after Ray left the company, but the legendary unit was later sold to Sony Pictures as part of the bigger deal for MGM, paving the way for Sony Pictures Classics to take over the distribution of the movie. Not pictured here is filmmaker Todd Solondz who worked with Ray on "Happiness" back in the old October Films days and was standing next to Bennett. The politely camera shy Solondz declined to pose for the picture...
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    NYFF: After Party

    There was the New York Film Festival's official party at Tavern on the Green, and then there was the after-party (or at least one of them) downtown, which brought a cross-section of New York film folks that skewed on the younger side. This particular party lasted at a Greenwhich Village nightspot until 6am (and yes, they were serving), is that legal? Pictured here all dressed up and looking fine were (left to right) Ben Stambler from Magnolia Pictures, Dana O'Keefe from Cinetic, Tamara Lecker from Samuel Goldwyn Films, and Peter Goldwyn from (you guessed it) Samuel Goldwyn as well.
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    David Byrne, Suzanne Ceresko, and Katie Trainor

    On the opening night of the New York Film Festival, musician David Byrne chats with producer Suzanne Ceresko and IFC Center's Katie Trainor.
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    Clooney Introduces Dianne Reeves at NYFF opening night on Friday

    "Good Night, and Good Luck" director/co-writer George Clooney spent a good deal of the evening working the legions of well-heeled well-wishers at Tavern on the Green in Central Park Friday night for the party part of the New York Film Festival's opening gala. The night began with a screening of his film, and crowds packed Tavern until the staff ended the party close to its 2am cut-off time. Clooney dutifully thanked people for their glowing support, and talk around the event, even outside earshot of Clooney, was that the film is pretty damn good, and a terrific NYFF opener. Clooney is seen here introducing Grammy Award-winning singer Dianne Reeves who also performs in the film. Clooney then continued with his never-ending meet-and-greet (what a good sport).
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    Aronofsky & Weisz at the NYFF

    At the New York Film Festival opening night party are filmmaker Darren Aronofsky and actress Rachel Weisz. The engaged couple recently shot "The Fountain," which is nearing a first cut, according to the filmmaker.

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