The film looks beautiful, using natural locations and available light, all of which creates a real sense of the environment.
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A tribute to the legendary composer.
On some of the best films that had their premiere delayed after SXSW was canceled.
A tribute to Kirk Douglas.
Our staff choices for the best films from 2010 through 2019.
The latest on Blu-ray and DVD includes Spider-Man: From Home, Child's Play, and the Criterion edition of The Circus.
An interview with director Gregory Nava about the re-release of his masterpiece, "El Norte," on Sunday, September 15th, courtesy of Fathom Events.
An interview with the writer/director of Squirrel, and a presentation of the short film.
An in-depth preview on the classic noir films that will be playing at Chicago's Music Box Theater from Sept. 6-12.
RogerEbert.com contributor Godfrey Cheshire talks about his new book Conversations with Kiarostami, a collection of his interviews with the legendary Iranian director.
A nightmare movie ruled by nightmare logic, and gorgeous from start to finish.
This year, the classic movie marathon featured more than a hundred films and events.
A review of three horror films from the Sundance 2019 Film Festival.
An interview with film critic Jonathan Rosenbaum about his new two-volume book collection, Cinematic Encounters.
A review of two premieres from Sundance, including films starring Emma Thompson and Hillary Swank.
A collection of all our tributes this past year to the unforgettable talent we lost.
Memories and anecdotes from 50 years of moviegoing.
The best in television for the year.
The staff choices for the best films of 2018.
What's new on Netflix and Blu-ray, including The Meg, Crazy Rich Asians, and Blindspotting.
There's a moment when you get lost in a memory so intense that when you emerge, you aren't sure if you've been spacing out for a second or a minute. That's where Nicolas Roeg's cinema lived.
What if James Dean lived into the ‘60s and worked primarily with French New Wave directors?
Matt writes: Ebertfest 2018 was a resounding success this year, featuring unforgettable conversations with Ava DuVernay, Julie Dash, Jeff "The Dude" Dowd, Kogonada, Andy Davis, Gregory Nava and many other extraordinary talents. Among the essential films screened this year were "American Splendor," "Rambling Rose," "Belle" and "13th," which earned one of the festival's biggest ovations.
A Far Flung Correspondent takes a closer look at Kogonada's Columbus.
A Look back at the origins of Ebertfest twenty years ago and a look forward to Ebertfest 2018.
A tribute to the singular presence and innumerable characters of the late R. Lee Ermey.