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Topic - Sneak Previews
Sneak Previews was an American film review show, running for over two decades on Public Broadcasting Service (PBS). It was created by WTTW, a PBS affiliate in Chicago, Illinois. It premiered on September 4, 1975 as a monthly local-only show called Opening Soon at a Theater Near You, and was renamed in 1977 when it became a biweekly show airing nationally on PBS. By 1979, it was a weekly series airing on over 180 stations, and was the highest rated weekly entertainment series in the history of public broadcasting. - Source: Wikipedia
Critic Roger Ebert is receiving an award from Robert Redford's Sundance Institute for his support of independent cinema.
If, as some say, movies will outlast everything, then fans would benefit from both these books. They give insight into the world of two talented critics during a rich period of filmmaking from the 1960s and '70s.