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      Video: Share Your Empathy on Roger's Birthday

      By Entertainer
      In celebration of Roger's 76th birthday today, we've decided to highlight some of the principles that my late husband stood for and championed throughout his life. The following video includes footage from our inaugural #day4empathy on April 4th. We...
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        What would Roger have done?

        By Entertainer
        Roger Ebert was born on this day in 1942, and died a little over five years ago. I owe a good part of my success to reading and watching Roger, emulating as many of his lessons as I could, and later, being championed by him. Roger was a...
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          Video: Roger Ebert on 11th Hour

          By Entertainer
          Today, Monday, June 18, would have been my late husband's 76th birthday. Some of the things I most admired about him were his intelligence, curiosity, and above all else, his amazing capacity to empathize with others and...
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            Mr. SOUL! to Screen at AFI DOCS on June 16th

            By Entertainer
            One of the most anticipated films at AFI DOCS 2018 is Melissa Haizlip's documentary, “Mr. SOUL!”, which will screen to a sold-out audience on the evening of Saturday, June 16th, in Washington DC at the Smithsonian Museum of African...
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              House of Pain: Alex Wolff on Hereditary

              By Entertainer
              Ari Aster’s masterwork “Hereditary” has become the horror sensation of the summer for a lot of reasons—it’s scary as hell, and even more disturbing and complex in repeat viewings—but emotional honesty is one of...
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                Set It Up

                By Entertainer
                Set in the upper echelons of New York business, but focusing on a couple of overworked, stressed-out assistants, "Set it Up" is a rare romantic comedy that has its own distinctive look, rhythm, and storytelling voice. It builds its...
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                  Eating Animals

                  By Entertainer
                  The documentary “Eating Animals” might make you think twice about grilling up some juicy burgers for a barbecue this summer or picking up an order of chicken nuggets at the drive-thru as a quick snack for your kids.  Or it might...
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                    The Yellow Birds

                    By Entertainer
                    Some pulse-pounding battle scenes and strong work by two very appealing young actors, Alden Ehrenreich and Tye Sheridan, give the Iraq War drama “The Yellow Birds” a measure of distinction. Yet Alexandre Moors’ film is also so...
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                      The Year of Spectacular Men

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                      A good-looking yet slim and meandering hybrid of a romantic comedy, family drama and coming-of-age story, “The Year of Spectacular Men” is most impressive with the nature of its behind-the-scenes construction. There is undeniable...
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                        Gotti

                        By Entertainer
                        My wife and I have been watching “American Crime Story: The People vs. OJ Simpson” (second time for me, first for her), and I’ve been impressed by its depth and quality all over again. One thing that's notable on a repeat...