Inherent Vice to Premiere at the New York Film Fest July 18, 2014 0 Comments Sasha Stone Posted in featured Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Google Plus Share Share on Pinterest Share Send email Mail Variety reports, via Cigarettes & Red Vines, that Paul Thomas Anderson’s Inherent Vice will hit the New York Film Fest October 3. Check out Cigs & Red Vines Inherent Vice page. Picture of the Day: Fincher and Affleck and Awesom... July 17, 2014 0 Comments Angelina Jolie to Direct and Co-Write By The Sea w... July 19, 2014 0 Comments About author Sasha Stone Sasha Stone has been around the Oscar scene since 1999. Almost everything on this website is her fault. Related Posts 0 Comments BEST DIRECTORBEST PICTUREfeaturedPredictions Friday Predictions Friday: First Wave of Critics Shifts Race Read more 0 Comments ContestsfeaturedNewsNYFCC New York Film Critics Preview and Prediction Contest! Read more 0 Comments featuredFOREIGN LANGUAGENews Leading Oscar Contenders for Best Foreign Language Film Read more 0 Comments featuredGotham AwardsNews Moonlight Sweeps 26th Gotham Independent Film Awards with 4 Top Prizes Read more Tags Inherent VicePaul Thomas Anderson Al Robinson If last year taught us anything, it’s that it seems to be a good idea to be seen at these festivals before the movie becomes available to the public. 12 Years a Slave and Gravity seen at Toronto, and they went all the way to March and took home Director and Picture. Al Robinson So I hope that is a good thing for Paul Thomas Anderson’s Inherent Vice. It’s the only main one I don’t has even a trailer yet. phantom Yep, it can be said in general that being a festival hit helps a BP contender in the long run, there were only a few winners of this category in the last decade or so that didn’t play at one of the major festivals. PS. Gravity actually had its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival and 12’s was at Telluride. Jeremy Pretty damn funny that two of the biggest fall movies aren’t premiering at either Telluride or TIFF. Toronto had to go and pull rank with their “you must disclose any ‘secret’ Telluride screening or you don’t get to come to our party” rule has screwed both of them out of Gone Girl and Inherent Vice. Chris Price Trailer please. Jeria “Toronto had to go and pull rank with their “you must disclose any ‘secret’ Telluride screening or you don’t get to come to our party” rule has screwed both of them out of Gone Girl and Inherent Vice.” It’s not at all clear that that’s why those two films are being shown at NYFF. Fincher released The Social Network the same way, and PTA took Punch-Drunk Love and Boogie Nights to NYFF. Why are some people acting like Toronto did something untoward? How about blame Telluride for being tactless? You think Cannes would allow some other film festival to screen its in-competition films a week before? Richard B I really need a trailer to settle the giant question mark this is in my head. A Ryan Adams I really need a trailer to settle the giant question mark this is in my head. for me, it’s like one of those SAT “Sequence Pattern Questions” 1, 3, 9, x In the sequence above, what is the value of x? Punch-Drunk Love, There Will Be Blood, The Master, x In the sequence above, what is the value of x? Watermelons I hope they do not release a trailer. -Watermelons Kane Ryan, x basically means “best movie since the last PTA movie”. I swear it’s embarrassing how high on the pedestal I put his works. Watermelons, wash your filthy mouth. When that trailer drops I shall parade in the streets…or just parade on this site. Either way there will be geekgasms galore. Ruth NYFF is a good choice imo. I see this initially getting a very mixed reaction. I think a start at NYFF will dull that divisiveness somewhat.