Shawn Peer talks with Canadian voice actor Eric Bauza about his new CBC Gem series, Stay Tooned, and how watching cartoons as kids helped shape them into who they have become.
Mickey: The Story of a Mouse delves into the relationship between the iconic character, his creator and over 100 years of cultural change. Learn more from the team behind the new Disney Plus doc.
Guillermo del Toro creates Pinocchio anew as the beloved fairy tale is reimagined with dark vision and extraordinarily crafted characters.
To celebrate the release of Disney's Strange World, That Shelf wants to send you and a friend to see advanced screenings of the animated adventure across Canada!
Coraline and The Nightmare Before Christmas director Henry Sellick is back with the dark animated film Wendell & Wild.
This animated Caribbean-inspired fairy tale tackles heavy themes like anxiety and sadness in a nimble manner.
Filmmaker Dean Fleischer Camp talks about Marcel’s leap to feature films, the challenges of stop-motion animation, and how the littlest thing can make the biggest of differences.
Seven years after Minions, the annoying little sidekicks of the Despicable Me franchise return in Minions: The Rise of Gru
When an unexpected brush with fame opens the door to reuniting with his loved ones, Marcel sets out on a sweeping, emotional journey to reclaim what he thought was lost and discover the family he never knew he had.
Chip 'N Dale: Rescue Rangers is a perfectly cast reboot that takes series in an exciting new direction.
An interview with Apollo 10½ director Richard Linklater on revisiting the Moon landing through a child's eyes in the summer of 1969.
Turning Red is a whimsical animated adventure bursting with spectacular visuals, charming characters, and catchy pop ballads.
Review of the 2022 Oscar-nominated Animated Shorts including Boxballet, Affairs of the Art, Robin Robin, Bestia, and Windshield Wiper.
Netflix's animated anthology film The House is a must for fans of independent animation with its offbeat trio of films about home.
That Shelf sat down with Ron's Gone Wrong Art Director Karen DeJong to talk about the new animated feature and about her remarkable career.