New York Film Festival 2014 trailers

The 52nd New York Film Festival has dropped its anchor, kicking off its first day with a screening of David Fincher’s adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s bestseller, “Gone Girl.” The fete of films marks the last major stop on the awards festival circuit. Here are a few of the films to be presented at the event, which concludes Oct. 12 with a screening of dramatic comedy “Birdman.”

'Gone Girl'

After the disappearance of his wife, a man goes crazy once the media portrays him as anything but innocent. Starring Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike and Neil Patrick Harris.

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An over-and-done actor once known as a legendary superhero on the big screen must learn to get over his ego when he returns to acting, taking on Broadway with hopes of getting back in the game. Starring Michael Keaton, Zach Galifianakis and Naomi Watts.

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A budding drummer enrolls in a music conservatory school where he meets a mentor who does anything and everything to help the drummer realize his true potential. Starring Miles Teller, Melissa Benoist and J.K. Simmon.

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'Red Army'

This feature documentary tells the story of the Soviet Union's most prized sports juggernaut: the Red Army hockey team. It's coach, Slava Fetisov helped elevate the team to its glory, transforming himself from hero to political enemy. Starring Scotty Bowman and Mark Deakins.

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Based on a true story, Olympic gold medal-winning brothers Mark and Dave Schultz team up with millionaire sponsor, John du Pont to better their careers, only to encounter a tragedy of the worst kind. Starring Steve Crell and Channnig Tatum.

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'Two Days, One Night'

A Belgian mother discovers that her coworkers have opted to have her laid off in order for them to receive a pay bonus. She stops at nothing to convince them to think otherwise. Starring Marion Cotillard and Fabrizio Rongione.

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