Posts Tagged ‘Roger Ebert’

Take a ‘Sentimental Journey’ on Doris Day’s Birthday

In honor of the living legend’s 89th birthday, here is a seven-part documentary on the life of Doris Day called “Sentimental Journey.” The 1993 PBS documentary is narrated by Roger Ebert.[...]

The 34th PIFF Best Film: ‘Incendies’

— by BEV QUESTAD — “Incendies” is a powerful film that eclipses the art of storytelling through time. It has levels of understanding and insight that are so sharp the audience was left silent and still. It was no surprise that “Incendies” won the Oregon Audience Award for best[...]

New Co-Host of ‘Ebert Presents: At the Movies’ Named

Ebert Productions has announced that Ignatiy Vishnevetsky has joined the team at “Ebert Presents: At the Movies.” Vishnevetsky will accompany the previously-announced Christy Lemire of The Associated Press as co-host on the new weekly program.[...]

Download a Roger Ebert Book for Free — Today Only

— by SEAN GERSKI — I have no doubt that everyone will inevitably read books on a computer or a reader or a phone and reading from an actual book will become obsolete. Of course, that doesn’t mean I have to like it. I love holding a book and watching the bookmark travel from front [[...]

Roger Ebert Returning to Television

— by ALEXA MILAN — Not even a year after the cancellation of the long-running movie review program “At the Movies” was axed by distributor Disney-ABC, Roger Ebert is bringing the show back to life on public television as “Roger Ebert Presents At the Movies.” ̶[...]

The Enduring Voice of Roger Ebert

— by JASON EAKEN — Whenever someone dies, whether friend or relative or celebrity-of-the-week, the first and immediate thought that bubbles to the surface of my brain is, “What movies were they looking forward to that they’ll never get to see?” That this says more about me than the[...]