TIFF 2019: The Physics of Sorrow Review
Thanks to Highball.TV for sponsoring ThatShelf’s 2019 TIFF Coverage! It starts with the image of Justine (Geneviève Boivin-Roussy) crying as she cleans out the closet of her recently deceased mother. And for a time, Ariane Louis-Seize’s drama feels like it will play out as an assured, well-observed story of a daughter dealing with losing her […]
TIFF 2019: And then the Bear Review
TIFF 2019: No Crying at the Dinner Table Review
TIFF 2019: Hot Flash Review
TIFF 2019: All Cats Are Grey in the Dark Review
Finding Don McKellar sees Ben Gordon and Matt Hoffman embark on a journey to track down a Canadian treasure.
IFFBoston 2019’s slate includes The Farewell, One Child Nation, and The Art of Self-Defense.
The Movie After 14 long years, Brad Bird and company (ie Pixar) finally delivered that sequel to The Incredibles that everyone was clamouring for. On every superficial level, it was a rousing success. The film went on to gross over a billion dollars and presumably sold plenty of candy coloured superhero merchandise for Disney as […]
On this episode of The Shelf, we speak with Disney-Pixar's Brad Bird about Incredibles 2 and Domee Shi about her short film Bao, the importance of empowering women in the animation industry, what's on her Dork Shelf, and much more.
TIFF 2016 HAND.LINE.COD. review.
TIFF 2016 Blind Vaysha review