REVIEW: GOOD TIME
Somehow, as the rave reviews for Good Time confirm, you have a hard time not giving two hours of your sympathy to Robert Pattinson's grinning scumbag.
REVIEW: TO ME YOU SEEM GIANT
Even under the best of circumstances, imagining what your teenaged self would think of your grown self is usually a dangerous thought experiment.
SUNDAY SECRET CINEMA SERIES
For our second Sunday Sercet Cinema Series we've added an afternoon screening to accommodate the overwhelming interest. Tickets on sale Tuesday August 8 at 9:00am!
IN THE NAME OF ALL CANADIANS
On Thursday, July 13, at 6:30pm, the Bookshelf Cinema will be hosting directors Aisha Jamal and Karen Chapman at the screening of In the Name of All Canadians. This screening is part of the Bookshelf Cinema's ongoing partnership with Toronto's HotDocs Documentary Film Festival.
In Praise of Fanfiction: Reviewing Meddling Kids and The Strange Case of the Alchemist's Daughter
Two of this summer's most readable offerings fall into the curious category of derivative storytelling.
I, Daniel Blake opens here Friday June 2. Listen to our Podcast from our Sunday Morning Series moderated by CBC's Karen Gordon.
Elaine Weir, public health nurse and Bridges Out of Poverty facilitator came to speak to us about what it is like navigating the Canadian social services system.