An interview with Apollo 10½ director Richard Linklater on revisiting the Moon landing through a child's eyes in the summer of 1969.
If the steadfast energies of Taurus season made you yawn then jump on the Gemini movie train, you never know where it will stop!
States is now available on home video.
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!
Cate Blanchett's Bernadette is a surprisingly relatable force for anyone who has ever questioned their place or purpose in the world – and it’s a joy to watch this remarkable woman find herself in her own skin.
Even with some fun deleted scenes and featurettes on the new Everybody Wants Some!! blu-ray, there's still room for Criterion to come along and make a companion disc to Linklater's Dazed and Confused.
Does Richard Linklater's latest film Everybody Wants Some have the potential to become a cult classic like its spiritual predecessor Dazed and Confused?
Richard Linklater talks his spiritual sequel to Dazed and Confused and how the college comedy Everybody Wants Some!! fits into his larger anthropological study of his lifetime.
Dork Shelf and Paramount Pictures want to send you and a guest to an advanced screening of Everybody Wants Some in Toronto (March 30th), Montreal (April 6th) or Ottawa (April 13th).
Director Kent Jones on his new documentary Hitchcock/Truffaut,
Hitchcock/Truffaut celebrates the meeting of two of cinemas greatest filmmakers. But is it a deep enough dive to satisfy cinephiles?
Hitchock/ Trauffaut TIFF 2015 review .
Boyhood (Richard Linklater, 2014) – Boyhood has received a lot of free marketing and curiosity from its central stunt of filming a single actor over the course of 12 years to capture an entire childhood in a single feature. However, Richard Linklater’s latest is far from a parlor trick. It feels like a culminating, career-capping […]
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Led by Best Picture, Director, and Supporting Actress winner Boyhood, the Toronto Film Critics Association has announced their award winners for the best of film in 2014.