Hector (Simon Pegg) goes around the world to find happiness. This feel-good film will put a smile on your face.
Xavier Dolan gives us our generation’s new ”bijou international” with film focused on the struggles of a lower-middle-class Montreal family
DVD part of series looking at WWII and its effects on various cities. This one focuses on Leningrad during its horrific siege
Crime thriller with alcoholic ex-cop is strong on Neeson, weak on other characters.
Professional immigrants go from doctors and lawyers to cab drivers and dishwashers when they head to North America. New comedy addresses this serious problem.
Film an unsentimental look at a German man’s love for a Cambodian prostitute.
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.
Quebec director Xavier Dolan has had an incredible run of films, most recently with Tom à la Ferme. His latest, Mommy, took the jury prize at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival, [read on]
Cinquième Salle might be turning 10, but we have a list of 15 incredible events taking place this season.
Fine film focuses on how Nuremberg was used to promote and showcase Hitler and the Nazi Party.
Brosnan returns to the screen to show that you don’t need the name Bond to make a good spy flick.
Egoyan’s latest inspired by headlines but misses out on opportunities to create realism.