Our interview with Sound of Metal director Darius Marder and star Olivia Cooke.
Cinematographer Alari Kivilo discusses his career ahead of receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award at Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival.
Love, Antosha director Garret Price on telling Anton Yelchin’s story, working with Nic Cage, and the evolution of documentaries.
We spoke to filmmaker Clark Johnson (S.W.A.T.) about his latest film Percy, a bucolic story of a Saskatchewan farmer (Christopher Walken) battling Big Ag, his work on The Wire, creative life during the pandemic, and more.
Kodi Smit-McPhee talks with That Shelf about his new sci-fi spectacle 2067, the power of Jane Campion, and how he’s coping with a world turned upside down.
Possessor director Brandon Cronenberg talks about personal origins of this mind-bending thriller, performances within performances, the infamous Sean Bean death curse, and the value of practical makeup effects.
We spoke to The Nest director Sean Durkin about the spectacular chemistry between Jude Law and Carrie Coon and how the film walks the line between domestic drama and full-blown horror movie.
Directors Madeleine Sims-Fewer and Dusty Mancinelli on their first feature.
You Cannot Kill David Arquette Interview: Arquette discusses learning to love himself and which wrestling legends would make great actors.
Christopher Nolan, John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Kenneth Branagh, and Ludwig Goransson on this summer's time-bending thriller.
Random Acts of Violence director Jay Baruchel talks about freaking out his audience, American culture shock, and owning too many DVDs.
That Shelf spoke with Cursed showrunner Tom Wheeler about the show’s inclusive casting, collaborating with Frank Miller, and Katherine Langford’s kick-ass role.
We speak to Braveheart's screenwriter, Randall Wallace (no relation) as the film celebrates its 25th anniversary and the release of a new 4K edition.
Martin Freeman and director Paul Andrew Williams on #AConfession, a devastating true-crime drama that deals with the harrowing aftermath of murder.
That Shelf speaks with Fraser Heston about The Ten Commandments, his famous father Charlton, and more!