Another year, another EbertFest comes and goes. We review some of the better films, and make fun of a few people along the way.
We've waited a year and it's that time again. Don't miss the grandeur and intimacy of both the festival and the Virginia Theater.
"Really romantic and really tragic at the same time"~~Tilda Swinton
"He learned about the weather, but storms still happen"~~Tim Blake Nelson
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.
Jamie says so-long to another year of Ebertfest and reflects on one last good film.
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.
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