After the laughter, cake.
The second installment of this festival showcases international filmmakers with charming, challenging, and mesmerizing films.
Into week three and Brittany is going strong in the no-alcohol challenge for the Jean Lapointe foundation.
When you’re not drinking for a month for a good cause, there has to be an upside. Cookies might be mentioned.
Emery Street artist Eddie Paul tells us about his new video.
For the Jean Lapointe foundation, Brittany tries out a month of no-alcohol. This is her first week.
Concordia grad Julien Cadieux’s must-see film follows Jean Guida, who brought the performer Guilda to life
Boundary crossing film festival presents films focused on LGBT themes from different countries, but with a special focus on Latin America and Canada this year.
The Quebec Writers’ Federation Holds its annual awards ceremony tonight with food, drink, music, and lots of ink.
Film festival focusing on mental illness includes Hot Doc 2014 winners and many others thought-provoking works.
With 60 etsy vendors offering their wares this weekend, we pick out a few favorites.
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.
Montreal’s pro wrestling league has all the fans, fun, and ferocity you could want!
Watching the hard hitting sport of Roller Derby proves to be a great way to spend an evening in Montreal. Plus, there’s Pabst.