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Watch an interview with Roger Ebert from 2005

by Adam Finley, posted Apr 29th 2007 11:02AM

roger ebertWhile we wait for Roger Ebert to convalesce and hopefully return to what he does best, I'd like to direct you to this ninety-minute interview with the film critic from 2005, created for the Archive of American Television.

If you've watched any of the Archive of American Television's interviews before, you know they're pretty much just straight interviews with not a lot of editing, but that's what makes them so interesting. Ebert talks about his work both in print and on television, and of course his long-time partner, the late Gene Siskel.

I don't read a lot of film reviews, but when I do, Ebert's is one of only a handful I'll actively seek out. I think he does what so many reviewers fail to do, which is understand what the filmmakers were trying to accomplish, and then critique their ability to see that vision through to the final product.

[via Mark Evanier]

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Ditto, VSJ.

May 01 2007 at 1:35 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

Adam, I could not agree more...Roger Ebert is the ONLY critic that I actually listen to - he's not some fake made up name with a quote you see on a movie - Roger is the REAL DEAL.

April 29 2007 at 6:16 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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