That Shelf speaks with director and producer Nadine Pequeneza about her new documentary, Last of the Right Whales, and the power of films in raising awareness.
Even Burt Reynolds' final performance can't save Defining Moments.
An interview with Maria Chapdelaine director Sébastien Pilote on bringing Louis Hémon's beloved novel to the screen.
Albert Shin's latest film explores the high suicide rates in South Korea by focusing on human connections and the beauty of life.
The 2021 Toronto International Film Festival announced its People’s Choice Awards and Platform Prize live during the annual Tribute Awards broadcast today.
Surveying TIFF's Platform competition devoted to auteur cinema.
Animated Canadian co-pro Charlotte harnesses the late artist's aesthetic while paying tribute to her life and work.
The Survivor features yet another sensational performance for Ben Foster.
Writer/director Haya Waseem’s feature debut Quickening is an experience not soon to be forgotten.
Wwriter/director Bretten Hannam brings a refreshing approach to this road movie, making it a captivating journey of self discovery.
Sebastien Pilote's Maria Chapdelaine should serve as the definitive big screen adaptation of Louis Hemon's novel.
Kicking Blood looks great but lacks bite.
Is it time to crown Denis Villeneuve as Canada's Spielberg?
The directorial debut of Canadian Mark O'Brien, The Righteous is a slow-burn, character-driven horror exploring trauma, faith, and guilt.
Canadian writer of The Simpsons drafts his first feature, The Exchange.