Lenin M. Sivam’s emotionally harrowing drama Roobha examines love, identity, and intolerance.
Tomas Street’s mystery-thriller Fugue is a cold-blooded crime flick.
Charles Officer's latest, Akilla’s Escape, is a tense and thought-provoking examination of generational gang violence AND a richly layered neo-noir that packs a thrilling punch.
Clapboard Jungle reveals why making movies is anything but glamourous by following a filmmaker who is struggling to realize his dream.
Random Acts of Violence director Jay Baruchel talks about freaking out his audience, American culture shock, and owning too many DVDs.
Take a look at this week’s line-up of films, special series, and events available through Hot Docs at Home.
Netflix is celebrating Canada Day with a made-in-Canada sizzle reel.
TIFF will host a special conversation on policing black lives on Tuesday and hold a Juneteenth screening and Q&A for Widows on Friday
CUFF’s 17th edition includes 3 world premieres and 22 feature films.
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!
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.
Highball TV’s new series Band Ladies sees five middle-aged women find freedom from their dull lives by forming a punk band.
To help readers celebrate National Canadian Film Day, That Shelf put together a must-watch list featuring 30 movies from 18 talented Canadian filmmakers.