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Ebertfest: Roger Ebert’s Film Festival 2010

Ebertfest 2010 Film Festival has kicked off. For me the highlights of Roger Ebert‘s 12th Annual Ebertfest are Charlie Kaufman‘s Synecdoche, New York and Francis Ford Coppola‘s Apocalypse Now Redux. I have heard many good things about Synecdoche, New York and seeing Apocalypse Now Redux on the big screen in 35mm high-definition would be a thrill. A full listing of the films being shown at this year’s Ebertfest and the times they are being shown is presented below. Are you or have you ever attended the Ebertfest?

7:00 pm
10:00 pm You, The Living (95 min) Jessica Lundberg Actor
Johan Carlsson Production Manager & Assistant Director
12:00 pm
Munyurangabo (97 min)
Lee Isaac Chung Director
Sam Anderson Co-writer & Producer
Jenny Lund Co-Producer
3:00 pm
The New Age (R; 112min)
Michael Tolkin Director & Writer
8:00 pm Apocalypse Now/Redux (197min) Walter Murch Sound & Film Editor/Sound Designer
1:00 pm
Departures (PG-13; 130min)
4:00 pm
8:00 pm
Charlie Kaufman Writer & Director
Anthony Bregman Producer
11:00 am
2:00 pm Vincent: A Life in Color (96min) Jennifer Burns Director & Producer
Vincent P Falk Star
4:30 pm Trucker (R: 90min) James Mottern Writer & Director
Michelle Monaghan Actor
9:00 pm Barfly (R; 97min) Barbet Schroeder Director
12:00 pm Song Sung Blue (85min)

Greg Kohs Director
Claire Sardina “Thunder”

Source: Ebertfest


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  • i'd love to see Apocalypse Now Redux on the big screen

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