My Dog Tulip is for dog lovers.
Metropolis, accompanied by the Alloy Orchestra, opened up Ebertfest Wednesday night in a "silent movie event."
The best fest in the Midwest is back in Champaign, holding strong in Fort Virginia in the midst of a marathon invasion.
The movies and celebs coming to C-U in late April have emerged from behind Roger Ebert's paywall, into the glorious light of day.
Beth explains how death can be beautiful in her review for Yojiro Takita's Departures.
Pat reports on the festival's longest day yet, plus his "moment" with director Charlie Kaufman.
Jamie is back and relays the events of star guest Charlie Kaufman, as well as the best film of the festival thus far.
Beth is "uplifted" against her will at Ebertfest's showing of Munyurangabo.
Ebertfest panels are worth it if you are willing to make the trek to campustown. Pat Brown reports... kind of.
Dan decides to risk getting out of bed to see a bunch of movies about aftermaths.
Jamie was there for the first night of cinephilia, and gives this report on Pink Floyd The Wall and You, the Living.
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