Highly Logical speaks with Star Trek: Deep Space Nine star Nana Visitor about the new retrospective documentary What We Left Behind, the impact of Kira Nerys, Avery Brooks, Michael Dorn, John Wayne, and more!
Highly Logical speaks with Star Trek: Deep Space Nine showrunner Ira Steven Behr about the new retrospective documentary he co-directed, the show's legacy, Star Trek: Discovery, Garak, Terry Farrell, and more!
That Shelf's Victor Stiff sat down with Marvel Studios' Victoria Alonso, Executive Vice President of Production, to talk about Avengers: Endgame, the Russo Brothers, what's next for the MCU, the diverse future of the franchise, and of course, what's on her shelf!
Colin Geddes had the chance to ask the venerable master of action Yuen Woo-ping a few questions about how he maintains balance and grace with fists and kicks just before the release of his latest film Master Z: Ip Man Legacy.
Pat Mullen speaks to director Robert Budreau about his new movie Stockholm, which reunites him with Ethan Hawke following their 2015 Chet Baker biopic Born to Be Blue. It’s a strange but true tale that playfully reinterprets the landmark case.
Missing Link’s writer-director Chris Butler discusses the story’s origins, his influences, and why stop-motion movies must continue to evolve.
That Shelf talked to director Terry Gilliam, star Adam Driver, and the cast of The Man Who Killed Don Quixote about the long gestating film at Cannes last year.
That Shelf talks to After’s creator and cast about the series’ fandom, the film’s sky-high expectations, and what’s on each of their shelves.
Bumblebee actor Ricardo Hoyos talked to That Shelf about what separates this film from the rest of the series.
The Highwaymen director John Lee Hancock was recently in Toronto nd That Shelf sat down with him to discuss his latest movie. The conversation covered Bonnie and Clyde’s mystique, celebrity worship, and of course, what he has on his shelf.
The cast and director of Hotel Mumbai discuss approaching the Indian tragedy respectfully and authentically to help audiences connect with its story of everyday heroes.
That Shelf spoke exclusively with the acclaimed filmmaker Jia Zhangke about his new film Ash is Purest White, his fascination with the gangster genre, the challenges of maintaining ones voice, and how to use Disco music.
Pat Mullen talks to Level 16 director Danishka Esterhazy about sci-fi, fantasy, and horror movies, the challenges and pleasures of building a world from scratch, and how the conversation around #MeToo will inevitably add to the film’s impact.
The Umbrella Academy’s showrunner/executive producer Steve Blackman tells That Shelf what sets his show apart from the competition.
That Shelf spoke exclusively to Arctic director Joe Penna about his remarkable film, the transition from being an Internet video maker to celebrated Cannes auteur, and how his greatest effect may well be the lead actor he managed to score.