Hollywood Suite’s July programming highlights include Juno, Pulp Fiction, and an “O Canada” spotlight.
Start your Canada Day 2020 celebration early with Disney+'s new O Canada Collection, which launches tomorrow.
Justin McConnell offers a personal exploration of the independent film scene in 'Clapboard Jungle'.
This week, That Shelf is acting as caterer to the bizarre and giving away 2 copies of Bruce McDonald's new film Dreamland!
Bruce McDonald's new film is an all-you-can-eat buffet from weirdsville.
Michèle Stephenson's 'Stateless' is a cautionary reminder of how easily one can become a stranger in your own home.
Millennial hipsters get down with G-O-D in Ali Weinstein's latest doc.
A low-key turn by Hereditary's Alex Wolff anchors this sobering portrait of the opioid crisis.
Marie Clements' feature dramatic debut is a marvel of a film.
The feature film debut from Canadian writer-director Jake Horowitz is a charmingly unique love story that begins with a boy's love of film.
Almost 20 years after that fateful day, a new documentary explores what the children in the classroom with George W. Bush are up to now
A song of resistance soars above the towering condominiums in Johnny Ma’s To Live to Sing. The film, Ma’s sophomore feature after Old Stone, is an evocative portrait of culture at a crossroads. To Live to Sing takes the gritty realism of Ma’s debut feature a step further. Inspired by a Sichuan opera company he […]
Acclaimed Métis writer/director Marie Clements' feature debut Red Snow is a marvel of a film.
First look at Anne at 13,000 starring Deragh Campbell and directed by Kazik Radwanski.
Schitt's Creek director Jerry Ciccoritti tackles the pros and cons of dirty pictures in Lie Exposed, which could have learned a thing or two from Moira Rose and her nudes.