Blade Runner 2049 is an impressive sequel to the original, helmed by Quebec director Denis Villeneuve.
Will Luc Besson’s latest live up to the hype?
International photojournalist and rock’n’roll photographer Harry Benson talks about his 60+ year career.
Post-rock band MONO’s Taka Goto talks about the latest happenings with the band before their Phi Centre show.
Saturday, March 25th, the French group Nouvelle Vague will be playing at Societé d’Arts Technologiques as part of their tour for the album I Could Be Happy.
Kike Maillo’s new film is a vibrant and tragic thriller.
Here are some of the finished murals from Mural Festival 2016.
Event celebrating all things Montreal brings curated creators together.
Collaborative art, music, and food event brings together Montreal artists this Saturday
French duo talk about their new album We Cut the Night, and then Sarah blisses out at the concert
Check out these five performances at Montréal en Lumière to get the most out of the musical programming.
Montreal duo Milk and Bone may have began playing as part of other people’s bands, but now are headliners in their own right.
What more could you want for New Year’s Eve 2016? Dancing to great beats, a great band, drinks, and burlesque.
Maribou State heads to Montreal in support of their new album. Check them out tonight.
Gaspar Noé’s new film is visually stunning and of course, provocative.
A few picks from last month’s Festival du nouveau cinema
With local and international artists, this celebration of arabic culture goes from djs to sitars, bellydance to orchestras, fiction to documentary. Check it out.
Ben Wheatley’s latest deals with the collapse of a micro-society
International electronic music event combines French and Quebecer DJs at the SAT.
Sarah Bemri’s picks for the best films to see at the FNC this year.