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Office Christmas Party

Another reminder that allowing your cast to madly improvise instead of actually providing a coherent script with a scintilla of inherent logic often leads to…

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Harry Benson: Shoot First

The filmmakers are themselves too celebrity besotted to comment in a meaningful way on how Benson’s career balanced depictions of the rich and famous with…

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Ballad of Narayama

"The Ballad of Narayama" is a Japanese film of great beauty and elegant artifice, telling a story of startling cruelty. What a space it opens…

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Cannes 2016 Videos: Table of Contents

The following table of contents features every video dispatch from the 2016 Cannes Film Festival published at RogerEbert.com. They feature Chaz Ebert, Barbara Scharres, Lisa Nesselson, Jason Gorber and Katherine Tulich as well as footage from various films and press conferences. Click on each title, and you will be directed to the video.

Chaz Ebert Previews Cannes 2016

Chaz Ebert on "Café Society," Donald Sutherland

Chaz Ebert Asks George Clooney About Trump

"I, Daniel Blake," "Sieranevada" and "Staying Vertical"

"Jeff Nichols' Loving," "The Handmaiden," "Paterson," "Toni Erdmann"

"Captain Fantastic," "Toni Erdmann" and More

Critic's Roundtable at Cannes

Ken Loach's "I, Daniel Blake" Wins the Palme d'Or

Cannes Interviews with Joel Edgerton, George Miller and More



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