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"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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Remembering Roger: The Table of Contents

We remember Roger on the anniversary of his death with a variety of pieces about his legacy and impact.


Love Itself: A Letter From Chaz Ebert

The Most Important Thing Roger Taught Me: Matt Zoller Seitz on Roger

Still Present: Memories of Roger Ebert a Year After His Passing

Tip-Top: Images and Words From Our Contributors

Ebert Club Members Mark a Year Since Roger's Passing

Video: Tributes and Memorial Footage

My Colleague, My Friend: Robert Feder on Roger Ebert

Championing Independent Film: Gregory Nava on Roger Ebert

One Year Later: Richard Roeper on Roger

Teaching Us to Love Film: Film Student Jamie Tyberg Reflects on Roger

Tom Shales Remembers Roger Ebert

The Homily From Roger Ebert's Funeral

Filmmakers and Film Critics Honor and Remember Roger

Milos Stehlik's Speech at the University of Illinois Lifetime Achievement Award Ceremony

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