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53rd Chicago Int’l Film Festival to Feature Awards Season Favorites ‘Marshall,’ ‘Lady Bird’

As of today, the 53rd Chicago International Film Festival will continue to push daring and worthy new films into the awards spotlight. Running Oct. 12–26, this year’s festival will open with director Reginald Hudlin’s “Marshall” (distributed by Open Road), starring Sterling K. Brown, Kate Hudson, Josh Gad, and producer-star Chadwick Boseman as the titular Supreme Court justice.
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