Jason Gorber stopped by CBC's Metro Morning to chat about the release of home-grown hit BlackBerry, directed by Matt Johnson.
Interview: Jay Baruchel on BlackBerry and the Awkwardness of Canadian Pride
The ever-enthusiastic Canadian actor Jay Baruchel joins That Shelf to talk about his extraordinary role in Matt Johnson's BlackBerry.
Berlinale 2023: Inside Blackberry with the Cast and Filmmaker Matt Johnson
Berlinale 2023: Jason Gorber was in Berlin to speak with the cast and director Matt Johnson behind the new movie, Blackberry.
Berlinale 2023: Blackberry Video Review
Berlinale 2023: Jay Baruchel shines in Matt Johnson's #Blackberry-a universal tale of hubris and tenacity destined to become a Canadian classic.
Metro Morning Movie Recommendations: April 29
That Shelf's Jason Gorber stopped by CBC's Metro Morning to talk about some of 2022's quirkier film fare, including satirical science fiction thriller Dual.
comPOSERS Episode 127: How to Train Your Dragon
Animation August goes out with a bang as the boys travel to Berk to learn about animal abuse! Join us as we enjoy the visual spectacle that is How To Train Your Dragon, and the very impressive score by John Powell.
Random Acts of Violence Review: Bloody Good
The intersection of art and life becomes extra murky when horror is involved. Do violent video games inspire violence? Do horror films make killers kill? While it is a worthy pursuit to dig deeper into the interplay of screen and flesh, certain horror films themselves scratch at that surface. Writer/director Jay Baruchel’s Random Acts of […]
Random Acts of Violence Interview: Jay Baruchel Discusses Violent Films, American Culture Shock & Owning Way Too Many DVDs
Random Acts of Violence director Jay Baruchel talks about freaking out his audience, American culture shock, and owning too many DVDs.
Shudder: What to Watch – August 2020
Shudder’s August line-up features a shot-in-quarantine Zoom-séance flick, an ultra-violent comic book adaptation, and a classic J-horror series.
Parental Guidance: How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World
How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World is in theatres now. It's unmissable for fans of the series, but what age is it right for?
The Shelf Minisode – Alison Pill on Goon: The Last of the Enforcers
Jason Gorber and chats with Toronto's own Alison Pill about Goon: The Last of the Enforcers, motherhood, and working with some of the world's most talented filmmakers!
Contest: Attend Goon: Last of the Enforcers World Premiere in Toronto
Dork Shelf and eOne Films want to send you and a guest to the world premiere of Goon: The Last of the Enforcers in Toronto!
Contest: See Goon: The Last of the Enforcers Across Canada
Dork Shelf is giving away passes courtesy of eOne flims to advanced screenings of Goon: The Last of the Enforcers in cities across Canada, including three screenings hosted by Jay Baruchel!
Thought Bubble: How To Fix Canadian Cinema
Canadian movies and TV have a bad rep. CANADALAND's Jesse Brown talked to Jay Baruchel about how we fix this, and inadvertently hit upon something that could actually be the key to improving our onscreen cultural landscape.
Gabrielle, Enemy, Orphan Black, & Call Me Fitz Big Winners at 2014 Canadian Screen Awards
Canadian films Gabrielle and Enemy took home major film awards at last night's Canadian Screen Awards, while Call Me Fitz and Orphan Black ruled the television side of the evening's festivities.