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Night Raiders and Beans: Two Films, One Horror
Danis Goulet's Night Raiders and Tracey Deer's Beans lead us to the same realization, in two completely different ways.
Scarborough Review: The Kids Are Alright
Scarborough - an intimate look into the lives of three young kids from Toronto's East End - may break your heart but it's a showcase for resilience, love and community.
CONTEST: See DUNE in IMAX at the Cinesphere!
That Shelf wants to send you and a friend to see DUNE in IMAX at Toronto's Cinesphere!
Review: Mondo Releases Soundtrack to Edgar Wright’s LAST NIGHT IN SOHO on Vinyl!
An unboxing of the limited edition soundtrack to Edgar Wright's fabulous LAST NIGHT IN SOHO!
Ivan Grbovic on Drunken Birds and a Funny Thing Called Love
An interview with director Ivan Grbovic on Canada's Oscar submission, Drunken Birds.
Interview: Director Will Sharpe on The Electrical Life of Louis Wain
That Shelf speaks to director Will Sharpe about his new feature, The Electrical Life of Louis Wain, starring Benedict Cumberbatch.
Night Raiders Review: A Dystopic Sci-fi Thriller
Danis Goulet’s dystopian thriller Night Raiders, like the best sci-fi movies, use an extraordinary premise to distill simple human truths.
DUNE: Rebecca Ferguson on Lady Jessica, Denis Villeneuve, and Arthouse Filmmaking at a Blockbuster Scale
Our exclusive interview with Rebecca Ferguson about playing Lady Jessica, working with director Denis Villeneuve, and taking an indie approach to this blockbuster epic.
DUNE: Denis Villeneuve and Rebecca Ferguson talk Dune, Guillermo Del Toro and More!
Exclusive interviews with Canadian auteur Denis Villeneuve and actor Rebecca Ferguson discussing the challenges of bringing the film to life, about finding the right scope for the story, and asking a familiar friend for some help.
Maria Chapdelaine’s Sébastien Pilote on His Epic Adaptation
An interview with Maria Chapdelaine director Sébastien Pilote on bringing Louis Hémon's beloved novel to the screen.
Spencer Trailer: Kristen Stewart Is Coming for All the Awards
Feast your eyes on the next Best Actress winner.
TIFF 2021: Aloners Review
The feature debut of Hong Sung-eun is a formidable meditation on the thin line between anti-social and asocial.
TIFF 2021: Together Review
Albert Shin's latest film explores the high suicide rates in South Korea by focusing on human connections and the beauty of life.
TIFF 2021: One Second Review
Director Yimou Zhang’s historical drama One Second is a beautifully crafted reverie to the power of cinema.