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Ang Lee's Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk to debut at NYFF

2016-08-23 18:00
 

New York — Ang Lee's 3-D, high-frame rate drama Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk will premiere at the New York Film Festival.

Lincoln Center's Film Society announced the selection Monday, giving a festival landing spot to one of the fall's most distinct releases. Lee also premiered his previous film, the 3-D Life of Pi, at the New York Film Festival in 2012.

The film, adapted from Ben Fountain's novel, is about an American war hero being celebrated on a victory tour at an NFL game. Lee shot it at a 120-frame rate, far faster than the usual 24 frames per second. Peter Jackson experimented with a 48-frame rate in The Hobbit trilogy.

Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk will debut 14 October at the festival, ahead of its 11 November release from Sony Pictures.

See the trailer here:

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