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Articles Tagged 'Roger Ebert'

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The 10 Best Films About Famous Writers

The Center Will Not Hold lands on Netflix today (October 27), an in-depth documentary into the life and work of one of America’s greatest writers, the essayist Joan Didion. Filmmakers have a long-held fascination with famous writers. Just in the last year we’ve seen the release of movies about multiple authors, from A.A. Milne and J.D. Salinger to Thomas Wolfe. But capturing […]

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Tilda Swinton Honors Roger Ebert in Dance-Along

Tilda Swinton is a dancing queen, though it’s crooner Barry White whom she favors rather than Abba. The Scottish actress got a crowd of 1,600 attendees last weekend at Ebertfest, the annual film festival thrown by the late film critic Roger Ebert in Champaign-Urbana, Ill., to boogey down in Ebert’s honor to White’s “You’re the […]