Dumb Money, the story of the GameStop stock short and the Redditers who bet big against Wall Street, is a hugely entertaining movie of the moment.
We review a real joy of a discovery in Stéphane Lafleur's darkly comic sci-film film Viking.
Jeremy LaLonde spoke with That Shelf about the challenges in making Ashgrove, casting Amanda Brugel, and how the pandemic affected his story.
Stéphane Lafleur's Viking is a wry, observant, and truly grounded space comedy.
The pandemic has been exhausting for everyone. In the last two years, not a day has gone by without a reminder of how the world has been crippled by this virus. This is why films like The Panola Project are necessary.
This year's Golden Bear winner captures an angry, frustrated mindset that has plagued all of us since this pandemic started.
Silent Night uses gallows humour and an emotional heart to create a well-rounded British dark comedy that's unfortunately overshadowed by our current reality.
Bil Antoniou surveys a collection of "home movies" that cater to quarantine life blahs.
Nanfu Wang chronicles both China’s and the U.S.’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic and tells a story of twinned reactions of culturally-specific governmental failures.
Songbird holds the distinction of being the first movie to film in Los Angeles since the 2020 pandemic shutdown. It also has the distinction of being one of the most misguided and tone-deaf movies of the year.
Netflix’s coronavirus-era anthology film Homemade features shorts by Pablo Larraín, Gurinder Chadha, and Kristen Stewart.
CUFF’s 17th edition includes 3 world premieres and 22 feature films.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Toronto After Dark Film Festival has postponed its 15th Edition by one year, to October 14-22, 2021.
CUFF 2020 moves to June and will feature online screenings, filmmaker Q&As and two drive-in events.
Hot Docs’ Curious Minds Speaker Series returns this month and it's happening in a new digital lecture format which is available to stream via Hot Docs at Home.