A look at the narrative features that premiered at this year's Tribeca Festival.
An interview with actor/filmmaker Melora Walters about her directorial efforts, Waterlily Jaguar and Drowning, as well as her performances in Paul Thomas Anderson's Magnolia and the Hulu series Pen15.
Matt writes: Early last month, I had the tremendous honor and joy of interviewing one of my lifelong heroes, Julie Andrews, and her amazing daughter, Emma Walton Hamilton, for RogerEbert.com. The conversation was originally intended to run during the week of Andrews' AFI Life Achievement Award ceremony (which was scheduled for this past Saturday, April 25th), but after it was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we decided to release the article yesterday in anticipation of Andrews and Hamilton's new podcast, "Julie's Library," which premieres tomorrow. Our conversation also covers the pair's latest book, Home Work: A Memoir of My Hollywood Years, their excellent Netflix series, "Julie's Greenroom" and their cherished memories of Jim Henson and the Muppets.
From Sundance, a dispatch about the latest films from Miranda July and Kirsten Johnson.
A closer look at the 13 reviews by Roger Ebert chosen for the front page today to mark the anniversary of Roger's passing and the Day4Empathy.
Rosanna Arquette’s 2002 documentary “Searching for Debra Winger” is so much more salient now in light of the recent reckoning, if a little more difficult to watch.
A critic considers the death of his father in light of cinema's handling of the end of life.
The latest on Blu-ray and DVD and Netflix, including "Big Little Lies," "Colossal," and "The Lovers."
For the last three weeks, two films with female protagonists ("The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" and "Frozen") have been at the top of the box office. Carrie Rickey does some numbers on the history of box office numbers and films with women as protagonists.