Paramount Pictures will be showcasing two films at the New York Film Festival.
The first is entitled “Not Fade Away” starring; James Gandolfini, Jack Hudson Brad Garrett and Molly Price amongst many other excellent actor.
Synopsis from IMDb;
Set in suburban New Jersey the 1960s, a group of friends form a rock band and try to make it big.
James Gandolfini, star of “The Sopranos, always puts in a great performance. His list of Emmy nominations and wins is very impressive as his other award wins.
Jack Huston had a small part in “Twilight.” However, most fans will know him from “Boardwalk Empire” in which he plays Richard Harrow.
Brad Garrett is a stand-up comedian who is probably most notable for his co-starring part in “Everybody Loves Raymond.”
You will immediately recognize Molly Price. She had done many quest starring roles on such TV shows as “Law and Order, The Mentalist” and “Bionic Woman.” However, I remember her most for her role as Officer Faith Yokas in the excellent TV show “Third Watch.”
This film has a great cast, it is worth catching if you’re going to the festival.
Also being shown from Paramount is “Flight,” Richard Zemeckis (the “Back to the Future” films.
An airline pilot saves a flight from crashing, but an investigation into the malfunctions reveals something troubling. Synopsis IMDb.
“Flight” has a stellar cast including; Denzel Washington, John Goodman, Don Gheadle and Melissa Leo are a few of the talented actors in this film. The New York Film Festival is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year and has an amazing line-up of both films and special events.
The main slate films are:
- “Life of Pi”
- “Not Fade Away”
- “The Paperboy”
- “Araf-Somewhere in Between”
- “Beyond The Hills”
- “Caesar Must Die”
- “Camille Rewinds”
- “The Dead Man and Being Happy”
- “Fill the Void”
- “First Cousin Once Removed”
- “Frances Ha”
- “The Gatekeepers”
- “Ginger and Rosa”
- “Here and There”
- “Holy Motors”
- “Hyde Park on Hudson”
- “Kinshasa Kids”
- “The Last Time I Saw Macao”
- “Like Someone in Love”
- “Lines of Wellington”
- “Memories Look at Me”
- “Night Across the Street”
- “Our Children”
- “Something in the Air”
- “You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet”
“The Met Live in HD: L’Elistir d’Amore”
Oliver Stone’s “Untold History of the United States”
“Once Every Day”
“The Princess Bride”
“NYFF50: Cinema Reflected”
Nicole Kidman will also be honored. There is so much more. Make it if you can and enjoy some of the best Hollywood has to offer.
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