ThatShelf.com Managing Editor Jason Gorber looks at Emma Seligman’s breakout comedy, Shiva Baby, playing at TJFF 2020.
TIFF 2020 is a wrap, and we’ve put together a collection of movie reviews and features from this year’s festival.
We were treated to a rental car and a ticket to attend a TIFF 2020 screening at the drive-in. The experience for this festival vet was... different.
Who is Matthew Heineman’s sleek and intimate documentary about Colombian superstar J. Balvin for?
Regina King's One Night in Miami... is a fascinating tale of men who were friends first and icons second.
Sir Anthony Hopkins stars in Florian Zeller's feature debut The Father, an exhilarating and complex tale of descent and confusion.
Chloé Zhao's remarkable film Nomadland is anchored by another exquisite performance by France McDormand.
Dawn Porter’s documentary The Way I See It revels in Obama-era nostalgia to show us the power of human decency.
No Ordinary Man is a stunner of a documentary. It’s a hybrid really, in which the filmmakers Aisling Chin-Yee and Chase Joynt add just the right dose of creative fiction to galvanise the largely forgotten history of a trans icon, American Jazz musician Billy Tipton.
If there's only one must-see film at TIFF, it is Michelle Latimer’s urgent call to action doc Inconvenient Indian.
Nir Bergman’s father-son drama Here We Are demonstrates the difficulty of coping with change – even if one does not have autism.
Emma Seligman's feature film debut Shiva Baby is a spry queer Jewish comedy with a star making turn from Rachel Sennott.
The writers at That Shelf pick the best People's Choice Award winners in the history of the Toronto International Film Festival.
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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.