Supermodel, Hilary Rhoda, attend the New York Film Festival showing of "Not Fade Away." Her baby blue eyes were popping-out as she complimented them perfectly thru her dress! Photo: Emily Korn
New York Film Festival Premiere of 'Not Fade Away'
NY Film Festival is back with a bam and it didn't disappoint us one bit what with all the major league directors, the tried and tested actors, and even more delightful a wide array of fresh talents and a goodie bag full of amazing movies. read more
NY Film Festival is back with a bam and it didn't disappoint us one bit what with all the major league directors, the tried and tested actors, and even more delightful a wide array of fresh talents and a goodie bag full of amazing movies. The Pblcty team had an exciting evening yesterday attending the World Premiere of 'Not Fade Away' by David Chase. It was a star studded event with almost all the cast and crew members coming out to celebrate their movie including director David Chase, Will Brill, Gregory, Rchard Belzer, Max and Jay Weinberg, Lorraine Bracco, Richard Schiff, Sheila Kelly, Meg Guzulescu, Hilary Rhoda, Bobby Cannavale, Henrik Lundquist and Steven Van Zandt.
The highlight of the NFF was Lincoln by Steven Spielberg and Flight by Robert Zemeckis two highly anticipated movies expected to hit the oscars. This year's agenda included 33 features 11 of which will be playing for the first time at the NYFF.
They were few international movies like: “Fill the Void” by Israeli Director and Holy Motors a dramedy from French director Léos Carax, the festival featured a few Cannes highlight like Belgian film“Our Children”directed by Joachim Lafosse and ”No” by Pablo Larraín’s and “Tabu” from the Portuguese filmmaker Miguel Gomes “The Last Time I Saw Macao,” from João Pedro Rodrigues and João Rui Guerra da Mata,
The 50th NYFF were also special in that Richard Pena the program director of the Film Society of Lincoln Center, which owns the festival, is retiring after 25 years.The versatile Mr Pena was a huge element in the success and popularity of the NYFF. The Lincoln Film Fraternity honored him for his outstanding service to the Organization.