Ana-Lily Amirpour's The Bad Batch is a solid sophomore effort, but one that lacks some of the fire of its predecessor, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night.
The Commune represents a kinder and gentler film by the standards of director Thomas Vinterberg, but the comedy still gets pretty dark.
Director Ben Wheatley returns with his simplest and most purely entertaining effort to date
A conversation with Spanish director Nacho Vigalondo, the director of the giant monster dramedy Colossal.
On the latest minisode of The Shelf, we have a really fun chat with Free Fire director Ben Wheatley.
Win passes for you and a guest to see FREE FIRE in select Canadian cities!
Jason Gorber chats with Aisling Walsh, director of Maudie, a film about Nova Scotian folk artist Maud Lewis.
We spoke with French director Olivier Assayas about his new film Personal Shopper, starring Kristen Stewart.
Kristen Stewart is magnetic in the haunting and complex Personal Shopper.
Dork Shelf Film Critic Jason Gorber sits down with Oscar-nominated Moonlight director Barry Jenkins and stars Trevante Rhodes and André Holland.
We speak with Jim Jarmusch about his new film Paterson, the influence of poetry on his work, and the possibility of a Ghost Dog TV series.
There's very little that's "controversial" about Below Her Mouth, a story of two women in love that focuses more on the "love" aspect than the fact it's between two women. We speak with the film's stars Erika Linder and Natalie Krill about this misinterpretation and much more on this minisode of The Shelf.
Director Adam Smith on his debut feature Trespass Against Us, working with Michael Fassbender and Brendan Gleeson, the film's Chemical Brothers score, and Doctor Who!
Manchester by the Sea director Kenneth Lonergan discusses his the film, the travails of bringing it to the screen, and the notion of “authenticity” and how it shapes his work.