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Ben Kenigsberg looks for fresh perspectives at this year's festival.
Much progress has been made in representing African-American life onscreen, but there's a long way to go.
Matt Fagerholm interviews the stars of "The Retrieval," Tishuan Scott & Ashton Sanders.
Eirk Childress looks at the track record of films from the Sundance Film Festival going to the Oscars.
An exhaustive list of Top 10s by RogerEbert.com contributors.
By all accounts, 2013 has been a striking year for black film directors. But is the real story about black directors working in television?
The 50th anniversary of JFK's assassination; critical reviews of a critical review of Sarah Silverman's career; Guillermo Del Toro's biggests firsts; an official video for "Like a Rolling Stone"; is Harvey "Scissorhanding" his company's awards site?
Four standout performances by black actors make the Oscar Best Actor race more interesting this year.
"The Godfather" as reimagined by J.J. Abrams; two USC grads who represent the future of filmmaking; a site is charged under an obscure Canadian anti–comic book law; advice for future visionary filmmakers; how "Sex and the City" lost its rep.
Director Ryan Coogler and his star Michael B. Jordan talk about the making of "Fruitvale Station," and why this project matters so much to them.
"Fruitvale Station" details the last day in the life of Oscar Grant, who was fatally shot by a BART police officer in the early hours of New Year's Day 2009 in Oakland, California. In this video report, film journalist Katherine Tulich interviews writer/director Ryan Coogler and the film's stars, Michael B.Jordan, Melonie Diaz and Oscar winner Octavia Spencer.