Black History Month ends with a spectacular show featuring guest singers and The Brooks.
The director speaks about her latest documentary, her motivation for exploring that subject, and what should be done.
This hard-hitting documentary explores the reality the children of incarcerated mothers face.
This Cannes-nominated documentary puts a spotlight on the people who travel from village to village in India playing films for the public.
The festival, which runs from October 24-27 this week, is screening films related to mental health.
Run around the Old Port and solve a case while competing against others.
Korean documentary explores the working conditions in the factories of Korea and Cambodia
Abbas Rafei’s film follows Fariba as she navigates the world of “man’s work.”
New Adam Egypt Mortimer film about bullying fails to impress
Pierre Maillard’s new film tells the story of a former war photographer visiting Albania
Osheaga performance of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes reviewed.
All good things must come to an end, and so did Belinda’s second day at Osheaga.
90 minute set by the Black Keys at Osheaga was particularly strong and vocals.
Lead singer of The OBGM’s talks to Belinda about Montreal vs. Toronto and his favourite type of venues to play.
Bélinda gives a report in pictures of her day at Osheaga and what she saw. Ben Harper, Patrick Watson, and crowds.
Patrick Watson delivered a gorgeous, mostly instrumental performance that transported Belinda.
Amazing start to Osheaga with the OBGMs!
Beautiful, true-hearted album echoes long after it finishes.
Belinda talks to Thomas Medard about touring with The Feather.