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.
We had the privilege to interview the legendary Canadian indie director Bruce McDonald at last December's Whistler International Film Festival.
The team behind the arthouse hit and Oscar nominee Embrace of the Serpent is back. We spoke with Birds of Passage director Cristina Gallego about the electrifying Colombian cartel drama.
Rhodes recently sat down with That Shelf to talk about his new movie Bird Box and we discussed his process for choosing films, how he unwinds, and most importantly, what he keeps on his shelf.
We chat with Mary Poppins Returns star Emily Mortimer about what the original Disney classic meant to her and what it was like coming face to face with her childhood while making the movie.
Anna and the Apocalypse's Christopher Leveaux and Sarah Swire join That Shelf to discuss their new zombie apocalypse Christmas movie mash-up.
We speak with prolific actor John C. Reilly about the long process of making Ralph Breaks The Internet, arcade games vs. modern games, and of course, what's on his shelf.
Ralph Breaks the Internet producer Clark Spencer talks about making the Wreck-It-Ralph follow-up feel organic.
Since 1999 Ted Mathot has been one of the stalwart creative forces at Pixar. Starting as a story artist on classics such as Cars, Ratatouille and WALL•E, moving up to be story supervisor on the Incredibles 2. Like Brad Bird Mathot traces his career back to The Simpsons, injecting that trademark wit and levity into […]
We speak with writer-director Eva Vives about her new film All About Nina – a movie about the trauma of sexual assault and its repercussions – the film's resonance in the Me Too era, and its star Mary Elizabeth Winstead.
We sat down with legendary director/ puppeteer Brian Henson to talk about the hard left turn he took for his latest puppet-populated project, The Happytime Murders.
Jason Gorber speaks with legendary voice actor Jim Cummings about Disney's Christopher Robin, picking up the mantle of Winnie the Pooh, and the musicality of voice acting.
Comedian Bo Burnham talks about his directorial debut Eighth Grade and what it's like being an old man on the internet your mid-20s.
We speak with actor Hannah John-Kamen about her turn as the not-quite-villain Ghost in Ant-Man and the Wasp and more!
We speak with The Incredibles 2 writer/director Brad Bird about the long awaited follow-up to the Pixar classic!