Mandoob is at once a tragic farce, a melancholic elegy for the many, and an incisive commentary about life in Saudi Arabia.
Director Felipe Holguín Caro captures the heart of a remote Colombian community in the rousingly joyous La Suprema.
That Shelf Editor-in-Chief Jason Gorber reviews Sarah Polley's all-star drama Women Talking from TIFF 2022.
Our look at Nicholas Stoller's BROS from TIFF 2022.
“Are you in trouble?” Such is the greeting uttered by Gabrielle Union’s Inez towards her son, in an early scene of Elegance Bratton’s debut narrative feature The Inspection. But although it sets a portentous tone for its protagonist’s journey, this drama surprisingly evolves into an uplifting true story of queer identity. The Inspection centers on […]
Our look at the TIFF 2021 opener DEAR EVAN HANSEN, the film adaptation of the Tony award-winning musical starring Ben Platt.
Under the Open Sky is a heartfelt redemption tale about an ageing ex-Yakuza struggling to turn his life around.
The Aeronauts is top-flight escapism that lets audiences soar high above the clouds starring the wonderful screen team of Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne.
Harry Potter has guns bolted to his hands. If that concept doesn’t have you on board, Guns Akimbo is not for you.
Is the highly anticipated standalone JOKER movie – starring Joaquin Phoenix as the titular clown prince of crime – worthwhile without the Caped Crusader anywhere in sight?
Tom Hanks stars as America's most beloved children's entertainer in Marielle Heller's Mr. Rogers movie A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.
Eddie Murphy's long awaited return at TIFF 2019 in the Rudy Ray Moore biopic Dolemite Is My Name!
TIFF 2019's Midnight Madness opener Blood Quantum is a Canadian zombie horror film set in an isolated Mi’gmaq community. Watch Jason Gorber's video review!
Veep and Death of Stalin creator Armando Iannuci does Charles Dickens with a star-studded cast!
Jason Gorber is broadcasting live from TIFF 2019 with a review of the Canadian psychological thriller Clifton Hill.