A feature on the lasting power of Charles Laughton's Night of the Hunter and what it says about dangerous reflections of faith, then and now.
A news story highlighting the films in the Black Perspectives program, including acclaimed works like Bad Hair, One Night in Miami, MLK/FBI, and Farewell Amor.
Our final NY dispatch on three films from the 2020 festival, including one starring Michelle Pfeiffer and the latest from Pedro Almodovar.
The first event in the 2020 Ebert Symposium series will explore the future of movies and television through virtual panel on Thursday, October 8th. Other events in the series exploring the evolving media landscape will take place Thursday, October 22nd; and Thursday, November 5th.
RogerEbert.com contributor Glenn Kenny talks with editor-at-large Matt Zoller Seitz about Made Men, Kenny's book-length account of the making of Martin Scorsese's Goodfellas.
An article about the Cinema Femme Short Film Festival's Black Female Filmmaker Renaissance Panel, streaming live Saturday, August 8th, at 7pm CT.
Matt writes: Over the past couple weeks, I joined RogerEbert.com publisher Chaz Ebert and my fellow editors in featuring reviews, interviews and essays both new and republished on our site in allegiance with Black Lives Matter, the critical American movement upholding Black voices.
A piece on how the history of Amerasian children born after the Vietnamese War is reflected in Spike Lee's Da 5 Bloods.
An annotated table of contents including content both new and republished featured on RogerEbert.com in allegiance with the Black Lives Matter movement.
Matt writes: In light of the anti-racism protests that have swept our nation, triggered by the murder of George Floyd at the hands of police, it is a perfect time to revisit Spike Lee's 1992 masterpiece, "Malcolm X." In addition to Roger Ebert's four-star review of the epic film, as well as his interviews with Lee and the film's star, Denzel Washington, be sure to read the new essay penned by our Far Flung Correspondent, Omer M. Mozaffar, in which he hails the movie as a "timeless sermon."
Chaz Ebert's fourth video dispatch from the 2018 Cannes Film Festival features reviews of "BlacKkKlansman," "Fahrenheit 451" and more.