Yes, we must often wash our hands.
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The latest on streaming on Blu-ray and DVD.
Appreciating the art of one of the greatest documentary filmmakers.
A preview of the 2019 DOC10 Film Festival (April 11-14) in Chicago, featuring reviews of "Hail Satan?", "Mike Wallace Is Here," "Midnight Family," "The Infiltrators," "Knock Down the House," "Anthropocene: The Human Epoch," "The Biggest Little Farm," "The Distant Barking of Dogs" and "One Child Nation."
An article about Steve James, the American Film Institute's 2018 Guggenheim Honoree .
The lists of best films of 2017.
An interview with Barbara Kopple, director of "Miss Sharon Jones!"
Robert Drew is not a household word, but he should be; all modern documentary cinema comes from 1960s innovations by him and his collaborators.
A preview of the 32nd Latino Film Festival in Chicago, starting this weekend.
Dorothy Malone on "The Fast and the Furious"; Forgotten female action stars; Lynn True and Nelson Walker on "In Transit"; Donald Trump's abortion logic; Why Christians hate Christian movies.
A preview piece on the DOC10 festival at Chicago's Music Box Theatre.
The movie questionnaire and 2015 reviews of RogerEbert.com film critic Godfrey Cheshire.
A report on "In Transit," "Of Men and War" and "Mavis!" at AFI Docs 2015.
An introduction to coverage of the 2015 AFI Docs Film Festival.
A list of the three-star reviews so far posted on RogerEbert.com this year.
A report from Tribeca on Albert Maysles' last film, In Transit.
An encounter with the legendary documentarian Albert Maysles, who recently passed away.
R.I.P. Albert Maysles; What ISIS really wants; Silencing "India's Daughter"; Ford's crash stirs subconscious fears; Profile of "Hangover" producer Scott Budnick, advocate for prison reform.
Eight things the writer wants you to know about Albert Maysles, the pioneering documentary filmmaker who died last week at age 88.
A 2002 Star-Ledger profile of Albert Maysles, by MZS.
We're proud to present the short film "Adelaide" and an interview with its director.
The legendary William Friedkin discusses the restoration of his first film, the anti-capital punishment documentary, "The People vs. Paul Crump."
Marie writes: my brother Paul recently sent me an email sharing news of something really cool at the Capilano Suspension Bridge in North Vancouver. For those who don't remember - as I'm sure I've mentioned it in the Newsletter before, the Capilano Suspension Bridge was original built 1889 and constructed of hemp rope and cedar planks. 450 feet (137m) long and 230 feet (70m) high, today's bridge is made of reinforced steel safely anchored in 13 tons of concrete on either side of the canyon (click images to enlarge.)
From the Grand Poobah: Club members Gerardo and Monica Valero from Mexico City went to see the David Letterman Show a few years ago and informed him of something that is discussed on the air...