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October 2016

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      Preview of the 2016 Kartemquin Fall Festival

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      A weeklong festival could be programmed of the great features and shorts that have come from Chicago’s iconic documentary not-for-profit collaborative Kartemquin Films, which includes movies like "Inquiring Nuns," "As Goes Janesville" and...
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        Sacro GRA

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        Gianfranco Rosi’s documentary “Sacro GRA,” the first nonfiction film to win the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival, is a slice-of-life movie that portrays Romans who live near the 42.5-mile long highway that loops around the...
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          Words Don’t Come First: Jeff Nichols on “Loving”

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          Guy Green’s 1965 gem, “A Patch of Blue,” cast Elizabeth Hartman as a blind white woman who falls for a black man (Sidney Poitier), whose tenderness sharply contrasts with the abuse she routinely suffers at the hands of her mother...
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            TBS' “People of Earth” Embraces the Aliens Among Us

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            TBS’s “People of Earth,” premiering tonight, is an odd comedy, and not just because it's about aliens. At its best, it has echoes of Christopher Guest in its assembly of quirky personalities with something odd in common, but...
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              Thumbnails 10/31/16

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              1."Guess What's Back From the Grave? 'Night of the Living Dead'": An essential Halloween read from our own Glenn Kenny at The New York Times.“When ‘Night of the Living Dead’ opened in 1968, mostly in grindhouse theaters, Vincent...
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                Listening to jazz with my dad

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                My dad Dave Zoller is turning 75 this December, but I've only recently begun to appreciate how similar we are, down to the gestures and sounds that we make when we're appreciating our favorite kinds of art. This is most obvious when we're listening...
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                  Writer Profiles: Susan Wloszczyna

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                  We have some amazing writers, film critics and video essayists at RogerEbert.com, and as we head into the home stretch of this year, we would like to remind you of some of their work. Although we have many talented critics who contribute...
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                    Writer Profiles: Christy Lemire

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                    We have some amazing writers, film critics and video essayists at RogerEbert.com, and as we head into the home stretch of this year, we would like to remind you of some of their work. Although we have many talented critics who contribute...
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                      Writer Profiles: Glenn Kenny

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                      We have some amazing writers, film critics and video essayists at RogerEbert.com, and as we head into the home stretch of this year, we would like to remind you of some of their work. Although we have many talented critics who contribute...
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                        I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House

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                        “A house with a death in it can never again be bought or sold by the living. It can only be borrowed by the ghosts who have stayed behind.” Shortly after that killer opening line, our protagonist Lily Saylor (Ruth Wilson) drops another...