Ebertfest coverage roundup

Here is where we will post links to coverage of Roger Ebert's Film Festival:

(Also scheduled for Friday and Saturday are the races of the Illinois Marathon. That will create some traffic issues to consider and here is a way to get around town without crossing the race routes.)

Here's the announcement of this year's lineup of films and appearances.

Here's Ebert's own preview, a great read.

Here's the preview of the festival from e3 magazine.

Melissa Merli talks with Norman Jewison.

Merli on the documentary "45365" and the brothers behind the movie.

Tim Blake Nelson is a whole lot more than the doofus in "O Brother Where Art Thou."

The Art will show several films from this and previous Ebertfests.

The schedule of films and presentations.

Added April 26: Richard Linklater is coming to town.

Added April 26: Don't miss Melissa Merli's blog, Art and About.)

Added April 27: A drive-by observation led to 'Louder Than a Bomb.'

Added April 27: Flipcritic's in town.

Added April 27: Anti-Stigma Alliance will repeat documentary.

Added April 27: New blog entry from Melissa, who's getting pretty psyched about being very busy.

Added April 28: The 13th edition of Ebertfest kicks off.

Added April 28: The first installment of Melissa Merli's notebook.

Added April 28: Photographer Robert K. O'Daniell's photo gallery from Wednesday evening.

Added April 28: Another blog entry from Melissa Merli, this one on "Natural Selection."

Added April 29: Plenty to talk about when it comes to "My Dog Tulip."

Added April 29: Melissa explains in a blog post that she's tired but satisfied.

Added April 30: Director Richard Linklater quizzes crowd after "Me and Orson Welles."

Added May 1: Documentary 'A Small Act' draws a standing ovation.

Added May 2: An inspirational conclusion to Ebertfest.

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