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Lucy in the Sky

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Ballad of Narayama

"The Ballad of Narayama" is a Japanese film of great beauty and elegant artifice, telling a story of startling cruelty. What a space it opens…

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Ebert Fellows: Table of Contents

The following table of contents features work written over the years by Ebert Fellows.

SUNDANCE 2014

Notes on Subjective Cinema at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival by Kyle Burton

The 10 Most Psychologically Rich Characters of Sundance 2014 by Robert Cameron Fowler

Documenting a Life: On Biographical Documentaries at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival by Emma Myers

SUNDANCE 2015

Sundance 2015 Interview: Prashant Nair on "Umrika" by Anisha Jhaveri

Sundance 2015 Interview: "Take Me to the River" writer/director Matt Sobel on his Quietly Remarkable Debut by Ibad Shah

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The Intersection of Youth and Pop Culture at Sundance by An Banh

From Chicago to Park City: A Personal Connection to Rick Famuyiwa and "Dope" by Sterlin Johnson

The Ebert Scholars on Sundance 2015

SUNDANCE 2016

Sundance 2016: "The Lovers and the Despot" by Sophia Nguyen

The Kids Are Alright: The 2016 Sundance Next Program by Sophia Nguyen

Sundance 2016 Interview: Doron Weber of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation by Sara Alexandra Pelaez

Sundance 2016: Post Mortem by Sara Alexandra Pelaez

Sundance 2016 Interview: "The Land" by Hunter Harris

Sundance 2016: Being American by Hunter Harris

The Ebert Fellows on Sundance 2016

SUNDANCE 2017

Sundance 2017 Interview: "Kuso" by Emma-Piper Burket

Sundance 2017 Interview: "Person to Person" by Walker King

Sundance 2017: "78/52" by Walker King

Sundance 2017: Trump and the Politics of Film Festivals by Walker King

Sundance 2017: The Filmmakers of "Quest" by Sasha Kohan

The Ebert Fellows on Sundance 2017

SUNDANCE 2018

The Blackest Sundance Ever: Diversity at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival by Brandon Towns

Bo Burnham's "Eighth Grade" Perfectly Captures Imperfect Adolescence by Gary Wilkerson, Jr.

"Emergency" Stands Out in Shorts Program by Brandon Towns

A Filmmaker's Point of View by Jomo Fray

Mixing Up the Cards: Boots Riley on “Sorry to Bother You” by Jomo Fray

Sundance Goes From #MeToo to What’s Next by Gary Wilkerson Jr.

The Ebert Fellows on Sundance 2018

SUNDANCE 2019

Ebert Fellow Tiffany Walden's First Impressions of Sundance 2019

Suzan-Lori Parks on Adapting "Native Son" by Tiffany Walden

BET's Boomerang Reboot Has Its World Premiere in Park City by Tiffany Walden

Principles of Empathy: Ebert Fellow Whitney Spencer's First Impressions of Sundance 2019

Chinonye Chukwu's Clemency Offers Questions of Advocacy, Redemption by Whitney Spencer

Bringing Chicago to Park City: Ebert Fellow Niani Scott's First Impressions of Sundance  

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