New York Film Festival: Gallery Five

The Artist, Goodbye First Love and Wim Wenders.

by Anne-Katrin Titze

The last of our New York Film Festival photo round-ups. You can also view Galleries One, Two, Three and Four. Photographs: Anne-Katrin Titze

Press conference for The Artist, l to r, director Michel Hazanavicius, with the film's stars Bérénice Bejo, Penelope Ann Miller, Jean Dujardin, Beth Grant and James Cromwell

Press conference for Goodbye First Love, l to r, director Mia Hansen-Løve, Lola Créton, translator, and Magne Håvard Brekke, producer David Thion

Pina 3D director Wim Wenders looks as though he wants more popcorn

Our NYC critic Anne-Katrin Titze outside the Bunin Munroe Film Center. She says: "The wall, I am standing in front of on the closing day of the 49th New York Film Festival, lists all the film titles from previous festivals"

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