Bong Joon-ho's Parasite is a darkly funny essay on class warfare and quite possibly the best film of 2019.
Atlantics is the dreamy feature debut by French actor Mati Diop and tells a haunting story of love, loss, and vengeance.
The Colombian Oscar entry Monos offers an exciting contender in the upcoming Oscar race – and it opens today at TIFF! Read Pat Mullen's full review!
The Antenna is a dystopic horror/thriller from Turkish director Orçun Behram.
Gundala is an audacious comic book movie with a rich mythology, striking visuals, and jam-packed with action.
Corpus Christi is a story about healing and the struggles we must overcome to get our second chances.
My Life as a Comedian is an adaptation of Jonas Gardell’s best-selling novel about the travails of growing up.
A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood star Tom Hanks delivers one of the year’s most charming performances as legendary TV star Fred Rogers.
As we all bask in post-TIFF 2019 glow, we thought it would be a good time to take a look back at some of the memorable movie soundtrack moments from this year’s slate of festival films.
How to Build a Girl sees Beanie Feldstein play a lonesome teenage girl who reinvents herself as a savage music critic.
Knives Out is a thrilling whodunnit about a family of self-absorbed millionaires with their eyes on their family’s fortune.
With a rousing true-story and performances from three top-tier Hollywood stars, Just Mercy looks custom-built for a major award season push.
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.
Acclaimed director Noah Baumbach paints a vivid portrait of a dying marriage’s last gasps, exploring how the fallout brings out the worst in two ex-lovers.
That Shelf contributor Barbara Goslawski examines a stylistic trend showing up in TIFF 2019’s slate of feature films: the close-up.