If you follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and especially Instagram, you’ve already been seeing lots of great pictures from the 51st New York Film Festival so far.  Here’s a few more from various screenings, panels, special events, and even some behind-the-scenes glimpses into the first week of NYFF…

A New York Film Festival audience at Alice Tully Hall. Photo by Silvia Saponaro

Cory McAbee performing at NYFF Convergence event Captain Ahab’s Motorcycle Club. Photo: Adele Major

Nadav Schirman introduces a screening of In the Dark Room while Film Society’s Marian Masone looks on. Photo: Adele Major

Alan Partridge‘s Steve Coogan signs his 20×24 Polaroid portrait. Photo: Julie Cunnah

Jeff Goldblum (Le Week-end) signs his, too. Photo: Julie Cunnah

Le Week-end‘s Lindsay Duncan posing up a storm. Photo: Julie Cunnah

Le Week-end stars Jim Broadbent and Lindsay Duncan on the red carpet. Photo: Julie Cunnah

Benicio Del Toro poses for his 20×24 Polaroid portrait. Photo: Olga Bas

Jimmy P director Arnaud Desplechin and stars Benicio Del Toro and Mathieu Almaric on the red carpet. Photo: Philip May

Joel and Ethan Coen on the red carpet for Inside Llewyn Davis. Photo: Godlis

Carey Mulligan fielding questions before the premiere of Inside Llewyn Davis. Photo: Adele Major

Inside Llewyn Davis star Oscar Isaac on the red carpet. Photo: Philip May

Garrett Hedlund looking fine on the Inside Llewyn Davis red carpet. Photo: Godlis

Composer and long-time Coens collaborator T-Bone Burnett. Photo: Godlis

Gillian Welch and David Rawlings before Inside Llewyn Davis. Photo: Godlis

Inside St. Paul the Apostle Church for Live From Los Santos: The Music of Grand Theft Auto V. Photo: Sachyn Mital

Tangerine Dream, Woody Jackson, and Alchemist & Oh No perform together at Live From Los Santos: The Music of Grand Theft Auto V. Photo: Sachyn Mital

Artist Academy presenters Fernando Eimbecke, Corneliu Porumboiu, and Joanna Hogg. Photo: Olga Bas

NYFF Live: Motion Portraits Director Panel, featuring Joaquim Pinto (What Now? Remind Me), Pacho Velez (Manakamana) and Mitra Farahani (Fifi Howls from Happiness). Photo: Olga Bas

Like Father, Like Son director Hirokazu Kore-eda chats about his work at a free NYFF Live talk. Photo: Olga Bas

Child of God star Scott Haze on the red carpet. Photo: Olga Bas

Audience options for the choose-your-own-adventure documentary 48 Hour Games, part of NYFF Convergence.

A screening of Stephanie Spray and Pacho Velez’s Manakamana. Photo: Silvia Saponaro

A Touch of Sin star Zhao Tao and director Jia Zhangke by night at NYFF. Photo: Godlis

NYFF Convergence: Eline Jongsma and Kel O’Neill discuss their documentary Empire. Photo: Misun Jin