Photo Coverage: 16th Annual Gotham Awards

The 16th Annual Gotham Awards were held at Chelsea Piers on November 29, 2006.

Among the stars who appeared were theatre veterans such as Jennifer Jason Leigh, Anthony Mackie, Parker Posey, Annabella Sciorra and Bobby Cannavale.

Presented by the Independent Features Project, the Gotham Awards celebrate achievement in independent film.

Photos by Retna Ltd.

 
Brittany Murphy


Brittany Murphy


Mira Sorvino and son Johnny


Mira Sorvino and Johnny


Ryan Gosling


Tim Robbins


Greg Kinnear


Parker Posey


Parker Posey 


Billy Baldwin and Chazz Palminteri


Channing Tatum


Todd Field


Anabella Sciorra and Bobby Cannavale


Annabella Sciorra and Bobby Cannavale


Annabella Sciorra


Anthony Mackie


Emily Mortimer


Davis Guggenheim and Elisabeth Shue


Abigail Breslin


Isabella Rossellini


Isabella Rossellini


Ed Norton


Jennifer Jason Leigh


Jennifer Jason Leigh


Garrison Keillor and wife



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