Lights Out has been made with a certain degree of style—enough to make you want to see what Sandberg might be capable of with a…
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A report from the 2005 Cannes Film Festival.
A preview of the 2016 version of the Chicago film lovers' event, including more than two dozen Chicago premieres.
I cannot in good conscience endorse the event at this moment by adding my name to the program.
The greatest Man Cave movie of the last 10 years, made to be viewed from a black leather sofa.
A review of the latest documentary from the incomparable Werner Herzog.
Sheila writes: Many of you have probably already heard the exciting news that Guillermo Del Toro's stunning "Crimson Peak" has been chosen as the opening film of this year's Ebertfest (from April 13th, through Sunday, April 17th), with Del Toro attending as the honorary guest. Seeing "Crimson Peak", in all its visual splendor, on the gigantic screen at the Virginia Theater in Champaign, Illinois, will be thrilling. You can read more information here (with links to purchase Ebertfest passes). The other films that will play at Ebertfest have not been announced yet, but stay tuned!
A preview of our most anticipated titles at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival.
A column on the latest Blu-ray and DVD releases, including "The Visit," "Sicario," "The Look of Silence," "Bone Tomahawk" and "Lady Snowblood."
An interview with the directors of "Spearhunter," and the short film itself.
A look at the latest additions to the now-completed Sundance 2016 lineup.
An announcement about how Kartemquin Films will celebrate its 50th anniversary.
A celebration of Wim Wenders' 1991 epic "Until the End of the World," of which a new 295-minute cut will be screening at the Gene Siskel Film Center on November 20 and 21.
An article on Ebertfest 2016 passes available for purchase on November 2nd.
An interview with writer/director Ramin Bahrani and actor Noah Lomax of "99 Homes."
A report on the unique viewing experiences of seeing "Ixcanul" and "Heart of a Dog" at Telluride.
A review of Cary Fukunaga's "Beasts of No Nation" from Telluride.
This month's short film, Chop My Money, and an interview with its director.
The movie questionnaire and 2015 reviews of RogerEbert.com film critic Glenn Kenny.
Sheila writes: Filmmaker (and Ebertfest favorite) Ramin Bahrani has directed a new documentary short called "Lift You Up," profiling a man named Glyn Stewart. Bahrani met Stewart in a food bank while filming a commercial in North Carolina, and knew he wanted to make a film about him. In an interview on Rogerebert.com, Bahrani says, "I liked him immediately. He had an electric personality. He was so intent on laughing and hugging everyone, that I assumed he must be harboring a profound sadness. I wanted to know why." You can read the full interview with Bahrani, as well as view "Lift You Up" over on Rogerebert.com.
The latest on Netflix and Blu-ray, including "Gett," "Timbuktu," "Wild Tales," "The Fisher King," and "Spirited Away"!
The video from last year's Google Plus birthday celebration of Roger's life.
A report from the 2015 ATX Television Festival.
A list of the two-and-a-half-star reviews so far posted on RogerEbert.com this year.
Roger Ebert's 2003 book, "The Great Movies," is on sale as an e-book for $1.99 through May 24th.
An FFC reviews "The Motel Life", which just played at Ebertfest.