Your list of the best festivals and events taking place this April in Montreal
This Oscar-nominated animation tells the stories of children in an orphanage, with a boy nicknamed Zucchini at the centre of it all.
The story of the news reporter who took her own life on live television is told in Antonio Campos’ new film.
In Sérgio Machado’s film, a violinist begins teaching kids from the slums when he fails to make it into the São Paulo orchestra.
An exploration of individualism and women’s agency under the strict social code of the desert.
Alexandre Chartrand’s documentary explores the independence movement in Catalonia, culminating at the 2014 mega-protest in Barcelona.
Kôji Shiraishi’s absurd horror comedy sees people pit two evil spirits against each other to destroy their curses.
Werner Herzog’s new documentary shows us how the Internet took over the world.
A documentary for Zappa fans… and anyone else, really.
David Farrier’s documentary delves into the curious and sometimes dark world of tickle festish videos.
Nanni Moretti’s new film sees a woman struggle in her role as filmmaker and as daughter to a dying mother.
Terence Davies’ film explores the relationship of a family in the Scottish countryside, but lacks depth.