His new film follows eight characters stuck in a claustrophobic house during a blizzard.
These two performances lit up the rooftop of the Ubisoft building.
A conversation about film school, techniques, and their group’s bond
Jason Krawczyk’s latest premieres in Montreal
In the heart of south Korea, we meet sly and slick Ha-jin. The year is 2070, and the world is ruined by natural disasters.
This movie is fun, delightful and unexpected. A rare gem that Fantasia was gracefully given the opportunity of viewing.
When your super hero is only a few millimeters big, the Marvel Universe can only go funny.
The last time I saw a puppet movie was way back, with Team America… but this here is on a whole new level.
Large projects and exciting concepts on display at Arsenal captured in Jeremy’s photo journal.
Patch Town sends a former Cabbage Patch doll on a quest.
Insidious 3 takes the franchise to a new, emotional place and the Occulus Rift adds a little virtual reality to the whole experience.
An interview with the Montreal team behind the film project who note that “the trunk of a car is a very lonely place.”
Russell Crowe takes on the role of a man who searches for his sons during the Battle of Gallipoli.
1987 shows the concerns of a 17-year-old man growing up in Quebec during the late ’80s.
Chad Archibald talks about his young life into horror film, his collaborators, and why they say it’s a bad idea to make a film with water.
Black Fawn Films’ latest, The Drownsman, screened at Fantasia. Find out what if our reviewer thought the film sank or swam.