Dan Stevens and Rebecca Hall in “Permission,” directed by Brian Crano.
Eugene Jarecki’s documentary “The King” tells two stories — one about Elvis Presley, the poor boy who became a king, and the other about the United States. Here, the king is in the Army.
Rafael Casal, left, and Daveed Diggs at a taco truck they used to frequent in Oakland. “As artists whose context has always been that city, what’s being lost — erased, ignored — is terrifying,” Mr. Diggs said.
Annette Bening and Jamie Bell in “Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool,” directed by Paul McGuigan.
The crowd in Auditorium 17 just before the final movie in the marathon, "Avengers: Infinity War."
Mia Farrow and Woody Allen in "Husbands and Wives."
A scene from the documentary “In the Intense Now,” from João Moreira Salles.
Ben Whishaw voices the amiable bear in “Paddington 2.”
Sally Hawkins as a mute janitor in “The Shape of Water.”
Jason Clarke as Ted Kennedy and Kate Mara as Mary Jo Kopechne in “Chappaquiddick.”
Léa Drucker and Denis Ménochet in the domestic abuse drama “Custody,” the debut feature by Xavier Legrand.
Ashin Wirathu in “The Venerable W.”
Griffin Dunne and Teri Garr in the 1985 film “After Hours,” directed by Martin Scorsese.
A Comic-Con attendee.
From left, Karen Gillan, Jack Black, Kevin Hart and Dwayne Johnson in “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle.”
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