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June 2018

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      PROJECT INVOLVE/Ebert Fellow Melissa Haizlip Wins Audience Award with her film Mr. SOUL! at AFI DOCS

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      Melissa Haizlip's documentary, “Mr. SOUL!”, won the Audience Award for Best Feature at this year's AFI DOCS Film Festival in Washington, D.C. It screened to a sold-out audience at the Smithsonian Museum of African American History....
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        Karlovy Vary International Film Festival 2018 Preview

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        On Friday, June 29th, the most prestigious celebration of cinema in Central and Eastern Europe kicks off in the Czech Republic, and this year, RogerEbert.com will be there to cover it. The 53rd Karlovy Vary International Film Festival (KVIFF) runs...
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          Anatomy of a Relationship: Silas Howard on A Kid Like Jake

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          Parenthood is less about explaining the world to children than it is about letting them explain themselves to us. From the first moments, children tell us who they are, and we must readjust to better reflect the reality about themselves—and...
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            The Catcher Was a Spy

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            Paul Rudd isn't necessarily the first actor you think of when you hear the phrase "strong, silent type," but that's how he's been cast in "The Catcher Was a Spy." This film from director Ben Lewin and writer Robert Rodat ("Saving Private Ryan") is...
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              Book Review: People Only Die of Love in Movies: Film Writing by Jim Ridley

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              When asked why she never wrote her memoirs, Pauline Kael famously answered, “I think I have.” My friend Jim Ridley—film critic and editor-in-chief of the Nashville Scene, who died in April of 2016 at the cruel young age of...
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                Damsel

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                “Damsel” is a sly feminist manifesto disguised as a shaggy, amiable hangout movie. It’s a quirky, comic Western with bursts of startling violence. And it calls for a bit of a high-wire act from its gifted cast, particularly Robert...
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                  Marlina the Murderer in Four Acts

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                  The first thing we see when “Marlina the Murderer in Four Acts” opens is a gorgeous rural landscape with the distant figure of a motorcyclist rapidly traversing it. Though the cyclist’s long hair flaps in the wind, it’s...
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                    Spiral

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                    This is an undeniably powerful, upsetting movie. Directed by Laura Fairrie, a British documentarian, “Spiral” examines the rise of anti-Semitism in contemporary France, while drawing parallels with rhetoric and actions occurring in Great...
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                      The King

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                      There's nothing quite like Eugene Jarecki's "The King," an overstuffed, meditative and—at times—very strange documentary about Elvis Presley, America in decline, the rise of Trump, 20th and 21st century culture, imperialism (military,...
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                        Boundaries

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                        Blame “Nebraska.” Blame “Little Miss Sunshine.” Blame “Rain Man.” Heck, let’s blame “National Lampoon’s Vacation,” too. Yes, the scenic family road trip that starts at dysfunction junction,...