In a Time magazine q & a with Roger Ebert about his Overlooked Film Festival (today through 4.26), movie maven S. James Snyder (formerly of the New York Sun) asks, “I try to keep up on movies, but I’ve never heard of two of this year’s selections: Sita Sings The Blues and Nothing But The Truth. Why haven’t I heard about these, and why have you chosen them for the festival?” Does anyone believe that Snyder has been living in a mile-deep mine shaft? I hate it when journalists are disingenuous.