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Ebertfest 2014: Schedule

posted by Nell Minow

This looks amazing — I’m so glad I’ll be there.

 

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23
7:30 PM Life Itself Steve James, director
THURSDAY, APRIL 24
1:00 PM Museum Hours Jem Cohen, director
4:00 PM Short Term 12 Brie Larson, actor
9:00 PM Young Adult Patton Oswalt, actor
FRIDAY, APRIL 25
1:00 PM He Who Gets Slapped Alloy Orchestra
4:00 PM Capote
8:30 PM Do the Right Thing Spike Lee, director
SATURDAY, APRIL 26
11:00 AM Wadjda Haifaa-Al-Mansour, director
2:00 PM A Simple Life Ann Hui, director
5:00 PM Goodbye Solo Rahmin Bahrani, director
9:00 PM Born on the Fourth of July Oliver Stone, director
SUNDAY, APRIL 27
Noon Bayou Maharajah Lily Keber, director
Nate Kohn, producer
Henry Butler, musician


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