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Armie Hammer, Diane Kruger to promote new films at Hamptons Film Festival

Armie Hammer will attend the Hamptons International Film

Armie Hammer will attend the Hamptons International Film Festival in October, which will screen his new movie, "Call Me by Your Name." Credit: Getty Images / Kevin Winter

Armie Hammer and Diane Kruger will attend this year’s Hamptons International Film Festival to promote their latest movies.

Hammer plays a gay academic who falls for a younger man in “Call Me by Your Name,” while Kruger plays a woman whose husband and son are killed in a terrorist bombing in the German-language Oscar entry “In the Fade.”

Also accompanying their features at the festival will be Simon Curtis, director of the A.A. Milne biopic “Goodbye Christopher Robin,” and his composer, Carter Burwell, who scored another festival screening, “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” which stars Frances McDormand as a woman trying to pressure local police to solve her daughter’s murder.

The Hamptons International Film Festival runs Oct. 5 through 9 at venues around the East End.

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