On the latest episode of The Shelf, we speak with Nancy Cartwright (aka the voice of Bart Simpson) about a film she co-wrote called In Search of Fellini. Enter our contest for an iTunes code to watch the film!
We chat with the two leads of Dim the Fluorescents, a wonderful Toronto-made dramedy that won the Grand Jury Prize at the Slamdance Film Festival earlier this year – and opens this Friday in Toronto and across Canada!
From acting, to writing, and now directing, Greta Gerwig has established herself as a distinct voice in modern cinema. We jumped at the chance to chat with her about Lady Bird and this exciting new phase in her career.
On the latest episode of The Shelf, we speak with actor Scoot McNairy, star of the AMC tech drama Halt and Catch Fire, which begins its fourth and final season on August 19!
We visited the Orphan Black set as they were wrapping their final season and had the pleasure of chatting with Jordan Gavaris (Felix), Maria Doyle Kennedy (Mrs. S.), Kevin Hanchard (Art), and Evelyne Brochu (Delphine).
We chat with A Ghost Story writer/ director David Lowery about the literal and figurative shrouds around this strange project starring Casey Affleck and Rooney Mara.
Will O'Neill discusses the economy, his new game, and the social function of lying.
Organizer Yifat Shaik discusses the recent conference and challenges artists to make more weird games.
The creators of Arc Symphony discuss the game's incredible marketing campaign and the evolution of fan culture on the internet.
Orphan Black stars Tatiana Maslany and Kristian Bruun join us for the first in a series of minisodes celebrating the show's final season.
Toronto game developer Jon Remedios discusses his new local multiplayer game about stupid triangles.
An in-depth chat with Into the Badlands co-creator Al Gough about the season two finale, what fans can expect from the upcoming third season, and much more!
Our in-depth chat with filmmaker Brett Berns about his film BANG! The Bert Berns Story.
Our coverage of Hot Docs 2017 continues as Director Toru Tokikawa and ukiyo-e master David Bull discuss their new film Ukiyo-e Heroes.
Julian Spillane discusses the new party game and explains why you need to make players feel comfortable before you can ask them to be funny.
A conversation with Spanish director Nacho Vigalondo, the director of the giant monster dramedy Colossal.
On the latest minisode of The Shelf, we have a really fun chat with Free Fire director Ben Wheatley.
Jason Gorber chats with Aisling Walsh, director of Maudie, a film about Nova Scotian folk artist Maud Lewis.