Catch the very first trailer for Canadian director Koumbie's feature debut, Bystanders—a story about consent and community.
Berlinale 2023: Jay Baruchel shines in Matt Johnson's #Blackberry-a universal tale of hubris and tenacity destined to become a Canadian classic.
The Day the Music Died: The Story of Don McLean's American Pie airs now on Paramount+, and we had the honour of speaking at length with singer/songwriter Don McLean about his most famous track.
Our exclusive chat with Paramount SVP Andrea Kallas and American Zoetrope's James Mockoski about their preserving of The Godfather Trilogy.
Highlights from Sundance 2022 include After Yang, Living, Cha Cha Real Smooth, and Good Luck to You, Leo Grande.
That Shelf Managing Editor Jason Gorber reviews the Jesus Christ Superstar 50th Anniversary Tour production in Toronto.
Oscar-winning director Chloé Zhao brings us Eternals, an underwhelming blockbuster that takes itself and its dour characters too seriously.
Checking the pulse of Canadian and Ukrainian cinema.
That Shelf sat down with Ron's Gone Wrong Art Director Karen DeJong to talk about the new animated feature and about her remarkable career.
After a long and winding road, the Beatles have finally released the LET IT BE SUPER DELUXE 5-LP set. Here's Jason Gorber's review.
That Shelf's Managing Editor Jason Gorber unboxes Bob Dylan - Springtime In New York: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 16 (1980-1985).
Is The Many Saints of Newark a prequel worthy of the award-winning Sopranos series? Our Chief Film Critic Jason Gorber gives us his verdict.
Is No Time to Die a cinematic curtain call worthy of Daniel Craig's impressive tenure in the iconic role? Jason Gorber weighs in.
The Card Counter contains another exceptional performance by Oscar Isaac—even if the rest of the cast doesn't quite keep up.
Clint Eastwood's latest film, Cry Macho, has the iconic actor riding gently off to sunset.