The 51st Annual New York Film Festival has finally arrived. Tomorrow night, Paul Greengrass' Captain Phillips will have its world premiere. This will launch two weeks of cinemania up at the Film Society of Lincoln Center's movie theaters. This edition of the festival has a record number of films on its main slate and is heavy with films that premiered at the Cannes Film Festival. Below are brief overviews of films I've already viewed.
|Courtesy of Music Box Films|
|Courtesy of Strand Releasing|
|Courtesy of Universal Pictures|
|Courtesy of Rada Film Group|
Throughout the course of the festival, I'll be reviewing A TOUCH OF SIN, CAPTAIN PHILLIPS, THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY, HER, 12 YEARS A SLAVE, THE WIND RISES, TIM'S VERMEER, ABUSE OF WEAKNESS, the films above, and possibly a few others. Look out for them and happy viewing!