Eighth Grade is so grounded in the reality of middle school it almost operates like a horrible collective flashback.
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Matt writes: The 2018 Cannes Film Festival is in full swing, and RogerEbert.com publisher Chaz Ebert is there to cover all the highlights. Check our site's official Cannes page where you will find all the coverage penned by Barbara Scharres, Ben Kenigsberg and Lisa Nesselson, as well as video dispatches from Chaz. Embedded below is her first from this year, which provides a breakdown of the jury as well as various enticing selections from filmmakers such as Asghar Farhadi, Spike Lee and Jean-Luc Godard.
A video preview of the 2018 Cannes Film Festival!
A preview of this year's Black Harvest Film Festival in Chicago.
Reviews of "Whitney: Can I Be Me," "You're Soaking in It," "A Bastard Child" and "Shingal, Where Are You?" at Hot Docs 2017.
The RogerEbert.com staff's Oscar pick for Best Foreign Language Film.
Some of our favorite performances of 2016.
The staff reveals their individual picks for the best films of 2016.
RogerEbert.com picks the best films of 2016.
An interview composer Raphael Saadiq about making the music for "Underground," "Insecure" and more.
A report from TIFF on three Cannes films that have recreated their rapturous French responses in Canada.
A report from day three of the 2016 Cannes Film Festival, with reviews of three new films including the latest from Bruno Dumont and Maren Ade.
Scorsese, De Niro reuniting on a new gangster film; Zadie Smith on life, death, Warhol; Spike Lee speaks; our ancestors didn't sleep like us; Van Sant to headline a LGBT film fest in St. Petersburg.
PARK CITY, Utah I saw a group of interesting films about African Americans at this year's Sundance Film Festival, the big annual showcase for new independent films. And as I sat down to write about them, I realized that black films in America have long been "independent." Only recently, with a new generation of stars, have they moved into the studio mainstream.
Q. What are angels?
The ballots have all been returned and counted, and at 7:30 a.m. tomorrow this year's Academy Awards nominations will be announced at a press conference to be telecast, so they say, around the world. It will no doubt be an Oscar year like all years, filled with surprises and injustices, nominations deserved and undeserved.