The mystery-thriller Door Mouse is actor Avan Jogia's feature directorial debut.
The best films of 2022 include Top Gun: Maverick, Everything Everywhere All at Once, Women Talking, All the Beauty and the Bloodshed, The Banshees of Inisherin, and Brother
Allan Hawco is one busy actor. The Canadian star widely recognized for his fan-favourite series Republic of Doyle is not only starring in the new drama Midnight at the Paradise, but is serving as Executive Producer on season two of CBC Gem’s popular comedy, Son of a Critch.
Xavier Dolan's The Night Logan Woke Up will have its international premiere in the Indie Episodic slate at Sundance.
Jeremy LaLonde spoke with That Shelf about the challenges in making Ashgrove, casting Amanda Brugel, and how the pandemic affected his story.
An interview with Diaspora director Deco Dawson about creating a portrait of immigrant experiences inspired by Winnipeg's North End.
Adam Beach is a man both haunted and hunted for his past actions in the Canadian thriller Exile, screening as part of the Whistler Film Festival, available online across Canada on December 5.
Clocking in at under 20 minutes, Capsule packs a surprising emotional punch. With moments of gallows humour and true contemplation of human existence, Capsule feels like it is the output of a much more experienced director.
The filmmaker talks to That Shelf about the film's characters, her (spoiler-free) personal connection to the story and, of course, what it was like directing an icon like Kathleen Turner.
Selected as the Closing Gala presentation for 2022, the Canadian horror-comedy feature directed by Daniel Turres is a wild ride, sure to have the Toronto After Dark audience laughing along as the body count piles up and blood rains down.
Essential viewing for all, this new doc examines the links between (and the legacy of abuse and trauma from) residential schools and the child welfare system.
Until Branches Bend filmmaker Sophie Jarvis sat down to chat about her stunning debut with Alexandra Staseson @movethrough at VIFF 2022.
Riceboy Sleeps filmmaker Anthony Shim and Actress Choi Seung-yoon chat with Alexandra Staseson at VIFF 2022.
On this day of Truth and Reconciliation, we spoke to Mary Teegee about her advocacy work and film, For Love, directed by Matt Smiley.
An interview with Riceboy Sleeps director Anthony Shim and star Choi Seung-yoon about their powerful film about a Korean-Canadian family.