Starting out as the Haitian film festival, Montreal’s International Black Film Festival is bigger than ever with an appearance by Spike Lee and other events.
Tradition and modernity come together during McGill’s annual Pow Wow, a chance to dance, sing, and celebrate.
A free program for Montreal’s offers young women an opportunity for professional mentorship from Imago theatre. A Indiegogo campaign helps fund the first year.
Colourful, joyous, and spirited, the Montreal Pride Parade is an event with wide open arms and a lot of heart!
A big weekend at Jean Drapeau as Montreal hosts teams from Canada and the United States to take part in the annual Dragon Boat Races!
Watching the hard hitting sport of Roller Derby proves to be a great way to spend an evening in Montreal. Plus, there’s Pabst.
Glam Gam returns to Montreal Fringe with a show featuring more plot to go with that nudity. Not to worry, they’re as crazy as ever and it’s for a great cause.
Ten years and still going strong, Cinema Politica screens independent, political documentaries. Ezra Winton and Inês Lopes talk about the organization and their new book Screening Truth to Power.
Just celebrating its fourth year, the Ukulele Club is one of the happiest clubs in the city. After all, you can’t be mad while playing a ukulele.
Dance to some DJ beats and have your senses stimulated at the benefit for the Foundation of the Rehabilitaion Center Lucie-Bruneau