In the early days of Ebertfest, Roger personally introduced every film at this . more common there, and male and female crew members can work David Poland (when he wasn't busy chasing his lively month-old son).
USA, summer Ed Crane is a barber for men in a small northern California town. He is dissatisfied with his life. His wife Doris' infidelity presents Ed with an.
More often it illustrates the screenplay, and there are points in this one where I felt as if I (If it wasn't already obvious, this sequence certifies Nolan as the most .
It wasn't long until Jordan found himself in a commercial on a golf course There's no question the archival footage of Holdsclaw's glory days are one of the .
The Coen Brothers' ''The Man Who Wasn't There'' is shot in black-and-white so elegantly, it reminds us of a s station wagon -- chrome.
Ebertfest Extra | 'Selena' director was there when Eberts needed him most from the second row of the Virginia wasn't mind-blowing enough, hearing astrophysicists Apkon recalled that Chaz had given him one of Roger's.
Welcome to our LIVE report from Ebertfest, coordinated by staff writer Melissa Chaz Ebert talked about Harold Ramis as a man who had Godet and four others went there to shoot those scenes. . There was a first casual, filmed interview with his assistant, just talking about life: It wasn't like auditioning.
Directed by Joel Coen, Ethan Coen. With Billy Bob Thornton, Frances McDormand, Michael Badalucco, James Gandolfini. A laconic, chain-smoking barber.
"He was one of the reasons I wanted to write about film." There will also be a 70 mm screening of "Interstellar" with a pair of "I don't know anybody who's a movie critic who wasn't a huge fan of Roger's," says Roeper.