Table of Contents: Coverage of the 16th Annual Roger Ebert's Film Festival
April 26, 2014
The dedicated, talented staff writers of RogerEbert.com haven't just been enjoying every minute of the experience of the 16th Annual Roger Ebert's Film Festival but have been bringing it you in recaps, articles, and artistic impressions of what's taking place in Champaign-Urbana this year. Read all of our content with the handy links below.
Ebertfest Opens with Emotional Screening of Steve James' "Life Itself" by Nell Minow
Ebertfest Panel Discusses Short Term 12 and "Challenging Stigma Through the Arts" by Brian Tallerico
Statue of Roger Ebert Unveiled at Virginia Theatre by Sam Fragoso Searching For Freedom at Ebertfest, Vienna and the Internet: Jem Cohen and Museum Hours by Kevin Lee The Empathy Machine of Short Term 12 with Brie Larson, Keith Stanfield by Jana Monji Second Day of Ebertfest Ends with Poignant, Hilarious Young Adult by Sam Fragoso Writers, Fans & Friends Remember Roger Ebert at Ebertfest by Matt Fagerholm "Film & Cultural Politics" at Ebertfest by Matt Fagerholm Alloy Orchestra Accompanies Lon Chaney Classic "He Who Gets Slapped" by Sheila O'Malley Disturbing the Peace: Do the Right Thing at 25 by Simon Abrams Death Casts New Light on Bennett Miller's Capote by Susan Wloszczyna Ebertfest Filmmakers, Experts Take Challenge of "Reimagining Filmmaking For the Digital Age" by Katherine Tulich Haifaa Al-Mansour's Wadjda Wins Over Viewers at Ebertfest by Omer Muzaffer Ramin Bahrani Returns to Ebertfest with Moving Screening of Goodbye Solo by Wael Khairy Ebertfest Embodies Civilizing Power of Cinema by Brian Tallerico The Naked, Raw Anger of Born on the Fourth of July at Ebertfest by Simon Abrams Ebertfest Profile: Kim Robeson by Sam Fragoso Ebertfest Profiles: Sketches of the 2014 Audience by The Staff
Art Inspired by Ebertfest 2014 by Krishna Bala Shenoi
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