It’s not just marriages that are made in heaven, some film collaborations are as well, and the artform rarely benefited more from two artists collaborating than when Austrian émigré screenwriter Emeric Pressburger was paired up with English director Michael Powell.
With the 73rd Cannes Film Festival postponed due to COVID-19, our team celebrates the legacy and influence of the world's most prestigious festival.
Previewing the Academy Awards race.
Remember those movies that deserved to win Best Picture but didn't? The Academy is famous for making poor decisions, so we're looking back at the past decade to try to set the record straight and award the right movies and performers with Oscar gold.
Todd Phillips’ Joker made out like a bandit, snatching up 11 nominations including Best Actor, Best Director, and Best Film.
The Hollywood Reporter’s Director Close Up assembles the year’s most lauded filmmakers for an in-depth roundtable discussion.
Our picks and predictions for Sunday's Golden Globe Awards
That Shelf's long look back at our 100 favourite films of the past decade is over. Here's our look at 2019!
What are some of our favourite movies of 2013? We've cleared off some space on That Shelf for our 100 favourite movies of the decade. Here's our 2013 picks!
That Shelf's Managing Editor, Jason Gorber, enters the Martin Scorsese versus Marvel movies debate on CBC's Radio Q.
Martin Scorsese’s masterful film, The Irishman, is screening at Tiff Bell Lightbox ahead of its global Netflix debut, and it's more than worthy of a trip to the theatre.
Anchored by Cynthia Erivo’s strong performance, Harriet delivers a heroine who is worthy of a swashbuckling origin story.
ThatShelf.com Managing Editor Jason Gorber reviews Martin Scorsese's highly anticipated new film The Irishman – starring Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, and Joe Pesci – from the 2019 New York Film Festival!
Is this documentary about a Canadian music icon a worthy festival opener – and will it please longtime fans of The Band or The Last Waltz?
The Irishman director Martin Scorsese teams up with Hollywood heavyweights Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci, to tell an epic crime story, in post-war America.