In preparation for the release of his tenth film, The French Dispatch, That Shelf takes a chronological look back at Wes Anderson’s sprawling, whimsical, and oftentimes biting filmography.
Showcasing some of the best of Canadian horror, from low-budget flicks to major productions and everything in between, we have something for everyone.
From '80s anthems in Scarborough and Spencer to Jamie Dornan & Caitriona Balfe's joyful dance in Belfast, TIFF 2021 had lots of memorable soundtrack moments. Here's our lookback.
On the 35th anniversary of its release, That Shelf takes a retrospective look at Rob Reiner's coming-of-age masterpiece, "Stand By Me."
With dozens of featured acts to explore, rediscover, and fall in love with, here's a primer on the artists featured in "the best film of the year," Questlove's bold, brilliant “Summer of Soul.”
Jury leader Sergio Navarretta discusses this year's festival.
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Michael Rapaport's "Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of A Tribe Called Quest," we take a look at one of hip hop's most eclectic, beloved groups, A Tribe Called Quest. Let's kick it.
As a sign of Disney things to come, Cruella points to a creatively bankrupt future where artistry can only exist at the margins.
Hockey mends all wounds – even if it causes a few more in the process – in the PEI set family drama STILL THE WATER.
When it comes to capturing Hong Kong’s current struggles on film, one Academy Award nominee is at the front of an ever-growing line...
The log line for this week's Shelf Pick Chasing Valentine is "Happy endings are overrated." Big mood, as the kids might say.
While sifting through the tall grass of streaming content can be overwhelming, Courtney Small has put together a list of great films that you might consider streaming during Black History Month and beyond.
Directing a script he wrote in 1993, John Lee Hancock's crooked cop film feels naïve in 2020.
That Shelf's Senior Critic Victor Stiff discusses how writing about pop culture helped him maintain his mental health throughout 2020.
Dune, Halloween Kills, and Candyman are among the films that have us most excited for 2021.