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Roger Ebert says ‘At the Movies’ is going on hiatus

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CHICAGO >> Movie critic Roger Ebert says the public television program “Ebert Presents: At The Movies” will go on hiatus at the end of December.

The Pulitzer Prize-winning critic wrote on his blog Wednesday the move is necessary to allow the public television stations that carry the show to plan their programs for the beginning of the new year.

Ebert wrote that although it is distributed by American Public Television to all 50 top markets, he hasn’t been able to line up additional funding for the show.

The show is hosted by Associated Press movie reviewer Christy Lemire and Mubi.com film critic Ignatiy Vishnevetsky.

Ebert wrote that he and his producer wife, Chaz, really believe in the show and its mission to “provide an intelligent place for the discussion of movies …”

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