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Left to right: Timothée Chalamet in Call Me by Your Name; Jason Mitchell in Mudbound; Emma Stone in Battle of the Sexes; and Idris Elba in Molly's Game. 61st BFI London Film Festival/ Steve Dietl, 61st BFI London Film Festival/ Melinda Sue Gordon, 2016 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation/ Courtesy of TIFF hide caption

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NPR's Movie Preview: 16 New Films To Watch This Fall

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Amusing, But Not Amused: Judi Dench stars as the Queen of England and the Empress of India in Victoria and Abdul. Peter Mountain/Focus Features hide caption

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Emma Stone stars as the famous professional tennis player and gender equality activist, Billie Jean King, in Battle of the Sexes. 20th Century Fox hide caption

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'Trophy' Reveals The Convoluted Economics Of African Big Game Hunting

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'Battle Of The Sexes' Takes Center Court

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A team of elite runners acted as pacers and decreased wind resistance for Eliud Kipchoge (right) as he attempted a sub-two-hour marathon in Monza, Italy, on May 6. Pier Marco Tacca/Getty Images hide caption

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Film Chronicles The Road To The 2-Hour Marathon: It's 'Just 25 Seconds Away'

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Lakeith Stanfield stars as Colin Warner in the film Crown Heights. Warner was 18 when he was wrongfully convicted of murdering 16-year-old Mario Hamilton. He served 20 years in prison before being exonerated. Amazon Studios/IFC Films hide caption

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'Crown Heights' Seeks To Do Justice To A Saga Of Wrongful Conviction

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United Farm Workers leader Dolores Huerta at the Delano grape workers strike in Delano, Calif., 1966. The strike set in motion the modern farmworkers movement. Jon Lewis/Courtesy of LeRoy Chatfield hide caption

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For decades, Harry Dean Stanton was mostly cast as a supporting actor, but he landed lead roles in Repo Man and Paris, Texas. In 2017 he starred as a 90-year-old atheist in Lucky. He's shown above in 1970. Silver Screen Collection/Getty Images hide caption

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Harry Dean Stanton, A Supporting Actor Who Became A Star, Dies At 91

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Self-Aggrandizing, Interminable 'Mother!' Mixes Fantasy And Reality

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