Ellen Page and Evan Rachel Wood are in top form in Patricia Rozema's small scale survival tale Into the Forest.
The Waiting Room is a very quiet film that leaves a lot up to interpretation
Wonderfully realized, creepy as hell, The Witch is period horror done right.
The stunning Hungarian Holocaust drama Son of Saul is the frontrunner for the Best Foreign Language film Oscar. We spoke with its director and star.
Director Kent Jones on his new documentary Hitchcock/Truffaut,
It's easy to see what attracted Tom Hardy to the dual roles in Legend, but are they enough to sustain the British gangster movie?
Hitchcock/Truffaut celebrates the meeting of two of cinemas greatest filmmakers. But is it a deep enough dive to satisfy cinephiles?
It's been a long time since an Atom Egoyan film has been a conversation starter, but Remember is sure to break that trend.
Lenny Abrahamson's Room is a deeply nuanced film with real suspense and anxiety throughout.
Elevation Pictures and Dork Shelf want to send you and guest to an advanced screenings of Room across Canada!
Elevation Pictures and Dork Shelf want to send you and guest to an advanced screening of Room in Toronto!
Jafar Panahi’s Taxi sneaks up on you and will keep you talking about it long after the cab ride home.
On this episode we review The Missing Girl and talk with Dork Shelf Editor-in-Chief Will Perkins about the 40th Toronto International Film Festival.
We talk gambling, magic, working with Ben Mendelsohn, and watching Gladiator with Mississippi Grind star Analeigh Tipton.
The Family Fang TIFF 2015 Review