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Sunday, September 09, 2007

New York Film Festival Ticketgoers At Jazz at Lincon Center


Tickets went on sale to the public today for the 45th New York Film Festival. Ticketgoers stood (or in most cases sat) in line as early as 5:30 this morning at the festival's temporary venue, Jazz at Lincoln Center in the Time Warner Center. In year's past, the box office opened at noon at Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall (which is currently undergoing major renovations and schedule to re-open in winter 2008-2009 ), but many were glad that the box office at Jazz at Lincoln Center opened earlier at 10am instead. And as per usual, most of the more anticipated films such as Wes Anderson's Darjeeling Limited, the Coen Bros.' No Country for Old Men, and Todd Haynes' I'm Not There, were sold out due to Film Society of Lincoln Center members getting first dibs on tickets before they go on sale to the public.

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