New York Film Festival: Gallery One

A selection of photos from the 49th edition

by Anne-Katrin Titze

The New York Film Festival is currently underway and in addition to bringing you reviews, here's a round-up of pictures. You can also view Galleries Two, Three, Four and Five. Photographs: Anne-Katrin Titze

Press conference for Nicholas Ray's We Can't Go Home Again, l to r, Susan Ray, Phil Weisman, Peer Bode, Ken Roth, festival director Richard Peña

Press conference for Sara Driver's You Are Not I, l to r, Francis Poole, Paul Bowles scholar; filmmaker Sara Driver; festival director Richard Peña

Director of The Loneliest Planet, Julia Loktev, poses for photographs

Julia Loktev with the co-star of The Loneliest Planet Hani Furstenberg

New York Mon Amour, A View of French Cinema by Catherine Verret-Vimont, opens at the Furman Gallery at the Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Walter Reade Theatre. The exhibition features photographs of many of the leading lights of French cinema, including Gérard Depardieu, Barbet Schroeder and Jean Reno

Announcing that he is under investigation over his comments at a Cannes press conference earlier this year, Lars von Trier has recently said he will no longer make putblic statements. As there was no NYFF press conference, we offer you an illustrated quote from our NY review of Melancholia: "The dark burgundy nail polish Gainsbourg wears for the wedding should be marketed as Melancholia Red."

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