With its single setting and real-time story, The Guilty is a brilliant genre exercise, a cinematic study in tension, sound design, and how to make…
What if James Dean lived into the ‘60s and worked primarily with French New Wave directors?
The glorious, frizzy-haired, big-bearded '70s welcome Striesand and Kristofferson into the pantheon.
From a bestselling work of young adult fiction comes a political melodrama made with a theatrical audience in mind.
Peter Bogdanovich, film historian and filmmaker, talks about Buster Keaton, the subject of his new documentary.
An essay by Kate Horowitz about Crimson Peak, excerpted from online magazine Bright Wall/Dark Room's October issue.
A tribute to the late actor and Ebertfest favorite, Scott Wilson.
An interview with director and co-writer Sorrel Brae about A Film by Vera Vaughn, and a presentation of the short.
A look back at Brian Yuzna's Return of the Living Dead 3, as part of Scout Tafoya's monthly video essay series on maligned masterpieces.
An article about the first ever Roger Ebert Symposium entitled "Empathy for the Universe" set for Monday, October 1st, in Urbana.
A review of the new game Shadow of the Tomb Raider, and look at how it fits into gaming culture and the art that inspired it.