Jaden Smith and Rachelle Vinberg in “Skate Kitchen,” directed by Crystal Moselle.
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.
Armie Hammer, a best supporting-actor contender for “Call Me by Your Name.”
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From left, Kevin Heffernan, Steve Lemme, Jay Chandrasekhar, Paul Soterr and Erik Stolhanske in “Super Troopers 2,” directed by Mr. Chandrasekhar.
A scene from “Bread” (1918), directed by Ida May Park, one of the pioneers in the BAMcinématek series.
Jon M. Chu narrates a sequence from his film.
Joel McHale with a felt antagonist in “The Happytime Murders.”
Ben Whishaw voices the amiable bear in “Paddington 2.”
From left, Milly Shapiro, Toni Collette, Gabriel Byrne and Alex Wolff play the family at the center of “Hereditary.”
A scene from the documentary “Eating Animals,” directed by Christopher Quinn.
The scene at Film Forum on Saturday morning.
Elle Fanning portrays the title character in “Mary Shelley,” which explores the life of the famed writer and the origins of her book “Frankenstein.”
“Holmes & Watson” is full of awkward, anachronistic bits like this one, in which Watson (John C. Reilly), left, and Holmes (Will Ferrell) ask Queen Victoria (Pam Ferris) to take a “self-photograph.”
Adriano Tardiolo in Alice Rohrwacher’s “Happy as Lazzaro.”
“Birds of Passage,” from the filmmakers Ciro Guerra and Cristina Gallego of Colombia, portrays a family crime dynasty.
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