Anthony Shim's TIFF award-winner Riceboy Sleeps is simply unforgettable.
Sophy Romvari's latest short film It's What Each Person Needs blends documentary and drama with its portrait of an online companion.
Viewers will be mixed in their reaction to Andrew Dominik's Blonde, but what's not in doubt is how good Ana de Armas is as Marilyn Monroe.
Coraline and The Nightmare Before Christmas director Henry Sellick is back with the dark animated film Wendell & Wild.
Bil and Daniel discuss Slaves of New York!
Ben and Daniel spoil She-Hulk episode 6!
Rita Su wrestles with reconciling Ulrich Seidl's Sparta (despite the difficult subject matter) with the allegations of on-set abuse.
We chat with Toronto film critic turned film programmer Norm Wilner about TIFF past and present and more!
Director Mel Eslyn’s Biosphere was a surprise late add to the TIFF line-up just days before the official start of this year’s festival. With only two public screenings, audiences were asked, nay, begged, not to give away any of the plot’s details because, as it turns out, simply describing what the film is about is a huge spoiler.
Bandit tells the story of The Flying Bandit, one of Canada's most notorious bank robbers who managed to rob 59 banks in the late 1980s.
Listen in to That Shelf's in-depth discussion panel on what went down at TIFF 2022: the good, the bad, and the bonkers.
Director Reginald Hudlin’s documentary Sidney spotlights Sidney Poitier’s legendary life and career.
What's Love Got to Do with It? features Lily James, Shazad Latif, and Emma Thompson in a predictable rom-com that's hard not to love.
Venus invites viewers to experience a gritty slice of Madrid overtaken by magic, mysticism, and gangland violence.
Highlights in the 2022 TIFF Platform competition include How to Blow Up a Pipeline, Viking, and Riceboy Sleeps.