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A look at the latest on Blu-ray, including several Criterion releases, "Their Finest," "The Fate of the Furious," and "The Lost City of Z"!
A tribute to the great Mario Bava, whose films will be shown at the Quad starting today.
A review of the second release from Criterion of the World Cinema Project, led by Martin Scorsese.
An article about the reissue of "Two Weeks in the Midday Sun."
Day 2 of Cannes 2017 includes the latest from Todd Haynes.
A video preview of this year's Cannes Film Festival!
A look back at the eighth annual TCM Classic Film Festival, which included screenings of nitrate prints, a conversation with Michael Douglas and much more.
A tribute to the great cinematographer.
Our readers share with us their favorite memories of Roger.
The 40th chapter of Scout Tafoya's series looks at Warren Beatty's latest film, "Rules Don't Apply."
In search of a more inclusive look at the best directors of all time.
A review of three premieres from the 2017 South by Southwest Film Festival.
An article about the March 13th screening of "Life Itself" at the Sid Docs series in Courtenay, British Columbia.
The RogerEbert.com staff's Oscar pick for Best Director.
A table of contents for all of our coverage on this year's major Oscar nominees.
An interview with author Pascal Mérigeau, whose latest work celebrates the life of filmmaker Jean Renoir.
An article about the 2017 Oscar nominees.
Molly Haskell speaks with Matt Zoller Seitz about "From Reverence to Rape," "Love and Other Infectious Diseases," "Steven Spielberg: A Life in Films" and more.
A look at Martin Scorsese's Catholicism, reflected through his films.
Matt writes: At RogerEbert.com, we recently published a thoughtful essay by Pete Croatto in which he makes his case for "why film critics should see bad movies." Of course, how can one judge what is good if they ignore what is bad? Many of Roger Ebert's most entertaining reviews were the ones where he eviscerated a bad movie with his scathing wit and unbridled love for the oft-squandered potential of the art form. Three books have been devoted to compiling the best of Roger's negative reviews, and they were recently paid tribute by critic Brent Northup in his review of "Shut In" for Helenair.com. My personal favorite of Roger's bad movie takedowns was his half-star review of 1997's disastrous live-action comedy, "Mr. Magoo."
The nominees for the 2016 Chicago Film Critics Association's annual awards have been announced.
The latest on Blu-ray, DVD and streaming includes Kubo and the Two Strings, One-Eyed Jacks, Pete's Dragon, and more!
The latest on Netflix and Blu-ray, including three fantastic Criterion releases.
Chaz Ebert highlights 13 must-see films of 2016.
An interview with Paul Schrader, director of "Dog Eat Dog."