Jason Gorber talks to Triangle of Sadness director Ruben Östlund and star Woody Harrelson about the Palme d'Or winning film.
Adil & Bilall craft a remarkable tale about recruitment, subtly diving into some murky morality in this absolutely terrific film from Cannes 2022.
Director Park Chan-wook's Decision to Leave is a cop/criminal love story that falters but occasionally fascinates.
Cannes 2022: Our look at Baz Luhrmann's ELVIS – starring Tom Hanks and Austin Butler.
A married man falls for a trans woman in director Saim Sadiq's JOYLAND, the first Pakistani feature to ever play at Cannes.
AVA filmmaker Léa Mysius directs Adèle Exarchopoulos in this genre-bending fantasy mashup.
Toronto's own auteur David Cronenberg returns to Cannes with his decidedly hot and "red" CRIMES OF THE FUTURE.
Ali Abassi follows up his indie hit BORDER with this serial killer drama that looks at the rot in his native Iran.
Ruben Östlund returns to Cannes with his highly acerbic, jet-black comedy Triangle of Sadness.
Here's our Cannes 2022 review of director George Miller's highly anticipated Three Thousand Years of Longing – starring Idris Elba and Tilda Swinton.
A look at Final Cut – director Michel Hazanavicius' remake of One Cut of the Dead – starring Romain Duris and Bérénice Bejo.
To celebrate the arrival of Wes Anderson's The French Dispatch, That Shelf wants to send you and a friend to see advanced screenings in Toronto, Montreal, Calgary, and Vancouver!
Our Cannes 2021 review of Kogonada's new film After Yang – starring Colin Ferrell and Jodie Turner-Smith.
We're coming to you from Cannes with a French dispatch of our own: a review of Wes Anderson's star-studded new film The French Dispatch!
Our Cannes 2021 review of Paul Verhoeven's outrageous and seductive convent drama Benedetta.