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.
The seventh annual National Canadian Film Day event will celebrate Canada's cinematic culture through online screenings and livestreams.
Hot Docs 2020 revealed the 226 selections that were scheduled to screen at this year's festival.