Can you guess which movies Ebert liked and which he didn't?
Director Steve James cuts back and forth between Ebert’s last days and the story of his rise.
The Ebert documentary malfunctioned two-thirds of the way through its only screening.
Roger Ebert was a Sundance staple, and audiences at this year's fest are paying tribute.
Get the tissues ready.
Roger Ebert, who is dead, is gaining a surge of new followers.
Her coping strategy includes remembering the good times with Roger Ebert.
His TV shows with Gene Siskel had as much to do with stoking this critic's interest in film and film criticism as anyone he knew personally.
From reviews of films both classic and awful, to memorials to Gene Siskel, to an ode to his rice cooker.
Ebert wrote that his food memories only became stronger after he was no longer able to eat.
The work of this most famous of film writers was accessible to people who normally had no patience for critics.
From his famously scathing reviews to his eloquent defense of film criticism.
Roger? No, Robert.
The late film critic was an equally impassioned political commentator.
He will still write, but much less often.
More than 300. And Argo's his favorite.