Enter our contest for a chance to win free passes to see the critically acclaimed heartwarming comedy The Holdovers, starring Paul Giamatti.
The 24th annual imagineNATIVE Film & Media Arts Festival returns to Toronto and online this month. With 14 feature films and 70 short films screening, here are our picks for five films you need to see, plus a shorts program.
Highlights for the 2022 Virginia Film Festival include Glass Onion: A Knives Out Story, The Inspection, The Lost King, and Good Night Oppy.
Directors Martin Edralin & Jason Arsenault & producer Jenna MacMillan discuss the Talent to Watch Program's impact on emerging Canadian filmmakers.
Marko Djurdjić revisits a century of filmmaking with "YOU Haven't Seen BLANK?!", a new monthly column on That Shelf exploring this year's Movie Milestones.
Writer/director Haya Waseem’s feature debut Quickening is an experience not soon to be forgotten.
While sifting through the tall grass of streaming content can be overwhelming, Courtney Small has put together a list of great films that you might consider streaming during Black History Month and beyond.
Netflix’s fall programming includes Nurse Ratched’s return, Aaron Sorkin's latest feature, and a new Jurassic Park animated series.
Star Wars needs to evolve, but the series’ gatekeepers (and much of the fan base) are scared of change. How does Taika Waititi fix that problem?
Everything we know about AMC's upcoming The Walking Dead spinoff, World Beyond.
The idea of "The Winter Line" is embedded into the episode’s understanding of how its characters are trying to escape from the obstacles and fortifications before them on their respective journeys.
After a brilliant first season and a muddled second season, Westworld's third outing keeps the mysteries intact, increases the thrills, and streamlines that feeling of deliberate confusion significantly.
Despite The Circle’s dubious premise, the show explores our innate desire to be loved and accepted.
That Shelf has created a list of 11 recent horror movies to binge this Halloween.
What age group is the first post-Endgame MCU movie perfect for? Should you take your kids to see it?