Electronic music lovers gathered at the weekly Sunday event to hear Tommy Kruise, DJ Clarian, and more under the rain.
Xavier Dolan’s new film is emotional, well-acted, and relatable.
There is no better way to dance your way into Monday than to join Piknic Électronik. This week, Bromance records.
Review of Cat Power’s show at Metropolis.
A sleek, colourful Los Angeles shows its darker side in Nicolas Winding Refn’s horror film.
Robert Budreau’s film imagines what Chet Baker’s life would have been in the ’60s.
Director Patricia Rozema is forever challenging Canadian cinema.
You’d expect more from a film taking place in a psychiatrist ward
Xavier Dolan gives us our generation’s new ”bijou international” with film focused on the struggles of a lower-middle-class Montreal family
Great set of photos from Lili Hudecova with English producer Jamie Smith on the decks.
Nicole’s dull summer makes for familiar and fascinating cinema.