The Grand Budapest Hotel
As much as "The Grand Budapest Hotel" takes on the aspect of a cinematic confection, it does so to grapple with the very raw and,…
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Roger Ebert will join a select group of journalists on Tuesday, February 11, 2014 when he is honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award by the University of Illinois at a ceremony in Chicago, Illinois.
Søren Hough of MovieFail.com talks about his experience seeing "Life Itself at a special screening for contributors to the Indiegogo campaign that helped fund the movie.
"Life Itself" gets a theatrical release from Magnolia Pictures.
Sam Fragoso ranks all 22 films he saw at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.
Simon Abrams ranks the films he saw at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, from best to worst.
Michał Oleszczyk reflects on the experience of watching "Life Itself" using the streaming link that was an incentive for contributors to the film's Indiegogo completion fund campaign.
Michael Mirasol shares what he wants to say to Roger after seeing "Life Itself".
Chaz reflects on her experience seeing the documentary about Roger at the Sundance Film Festival.
Links to all our coverage of the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.
Sheila writes: The polar vortex has been on everyone's minds, for obvious reasons, and I came across a site with startling gorgeous shots of Chicago in a deep freeze. I used to live in Chicago and became accustomed to the brutal winters, and the lake freezing over, but I never saw anything like this during my time there. These pictures are amazing!
Chaz Ebert sat down with Sam Fragoso to talk about the premiere of "Life Itself" at the Sundance Film Festival
The Sundance premiere of the Roger Ebert documentary "Life Itself" was a cathartic experience for filmmakers, subjects and viewers alike.
The documentary about Roger's life, based on his memoir, premieres at the Sundance Film Festival. And that's just one way Roger's memory is being honored there.
Matt Zoller Seitz interviews Steve James, director of "Life Itself," a documentary adapting Roger Ebert's memoir.
The first recipients of the Sundance Institute's Roger Ebert Scholarship for Film Criticism make their debut at the Sundance Film Festival.
The makers of "Life Itself", the documentary about Roger, offer a chance to be a critic for a day for the person who sends the most referrals to their Indiegogo campaign.
Sheila writes: Pardis Parker's “The Dance” is a 10-minute short film that just won the Best Comedy from the National Screen Institute of Canada. Parker is the lead actor as well as the director and writer here, and the entire thing is done silent movie style. I love the detail he has written on his own calendar: "She loves matching outfits", which then explains his get-ups. It is a touching and funny short film, and I am so happy to pass it on!
The story of Roger's final day, and a message for 2014.
Help finish "Life Itself," the documentary about Roger Ebert.
Friends and colleagues of Roger will share stories and answer questions on the Twitter feed of the new doc about Roger, "Life Itself," in a series of live chats.
An update from Steve James regarding his documentary about Roger, "Life Itself."
Sheila writes: Exciting news for Roger Ebert fans: Director Steve James ["Hoop Dreams"] is planning a full-length documentary about Roger Ebert called "Life Itself", which will follow the trajectory of Ebert's career as well as examine his vast influence on the movie industry and American culture as a whole. Martin Scorsese is executive producer. The documentary is being financed partially through a fundraising campaign hosted by Indiegogo, and we wanted to let Ebert Club Members know that the "Life Itself" filmmakers are offering a special deal EXCLUSIVE TO EBERT CLUB MEMBERS who pledge to this campaign!
Steve James of Kartemquin Films ("Hoop Dreams") is working on a documentary about Roger based on his memoir "Life Itself."
This summer's Millennium Park screenings kick off with a dedication to Roger Ebert.