NEW YORK (AP) - Ang Lee's 3-D, high-frame rate drama "Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk" will premiere at the New York Film Festival.

NEW YORK (AP) 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 Oct. 14 at the festival, ahead of its Nov. 11 release from Sony Pictures.