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  FESTIVAL SCHEDULE 2011

 

 
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27
    7:00 pm  Metropolis (154 min) Alloy Orchestra
   10:30 pm Natural Selection (89 min) Robbie Pickering Writer/Director
Rachael Harris Actor
       
  THURSDAY, APRIL 28  
    1:00 pm Umberto D (89 min)  
    3:30 pm My Dog Tulip (83 min) Paul Fierlinger Director
Sandra Schuette Fierlinger Director
    8:00 pm Tiny Furniture (98 min) Kyle Martin Producer
David Call Actor
Ryan Werner Distributor
       
  FRIDAY, APRIL 29  
    1:00 pm  45365 (90 min) Turner Ross Director
Bill Ross Director
    4:00 pm  Me & Orson Welles (PG-13; 109 min) Richard Linklater Director
    8:30 pm  Only You (PG; 108 min) Norman Jewison Director
       
  SATURDAY, APRIL 30 (SPECIAL ACCESS & PARKING GUIDELINES)
   11:00 am  A Small Act (98 min) Patti Lee Producer
Jennifer Arnold Director
Hilde Back Film Subject
    2:00 pm  Life, Above All (PG-13: 100 min) Oliver Schmitz Director
Khomotso Manyaka Actor
Michael Barker Distributor
    6:30 pm Leaves of Grass (R; 105 min) Tim Blake Nelson Director
    9:30 pm I Am Love (R; 120 min) Tilda Swinton Actor
       
  SUNDAY, MAY 1  
   12:00 pm Louder Than a Bomb (99 min) Jon Siskel Director
Greg Jacobs Director
Kevin Coval Founder & Artistic Director
Lamar Jorden Steinmetz High School Poet
Charles Smith Steinmetz High School Poet
She'Kira McNight Steinmetz High School Poet
Kevin Harris Steinmetz High School Poet
Jésus Lark Steinmetz High School Poet
    

SPECIAL POST-FESTIVAL SCREENING

The Champaign County Anti-Stigma Alliance is pleased to announce that they will have a special showing of LOUDER THAN A BOMB immediately following the close of Ebertfest (May 1). The Anti-Stigma Alliance is a community collaboration which works to address and challenge the negative impact of stigma. This screening will be at the Virginia Theatre at 4:00 pm and it will free to the public.

Parking Passes Available: “Across the Street Parking Passes” are available for the entire festival for $125 by calling Marcie Rodgers at 217-693-4592 or emailing her atmrodgers@communityelemetns.org. A portion of the parking pass proceeds are considered a donation to Community Elements, formerly known as the Mental Health Center, a nonprofit organization.