Front Page Festival
Two weeks before Halloween, Mascara and Popcorn’s Body Horror Contest gathered over 300 people composed of monsters, artisans, film makers, and SPFX artists
Film festival focusing on mental illness includes Hot Doc 2014 winners and many others thought-provoking works.
A smorgasbord of international art comes to Montreal until January with the Biennial Montreal. Performance art, film, digital works, sculpture, photography, and visual art are on tap.
Kitty and Bee, Easy Action, and K$M throw down at the MPROV festival.
Montreal’s L’Off Jazz festival features musical groupings from solo singers to multi-person groups. Every style of jazz is represented at this one!
MPROV festival showcases local French and English improv acts as well as travelling troupes from across Canada and as far away as Paris. A quick review of the shows by Wild Heart, the McGill Improv, and the Yes Tones.
The Montreal Improv Festival returns to the Montreal Improv Theatre stage, for its ninth year and its last time in the single digits.
Interview with festival director Stephen Pietrantoni covers the shows for this year and the festival’s raison d’etre.
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.
Despite chilly weather, the festival ended up being pretty amazing. With the right number of layers, the chill was barely noticeable.
I have to thank the Pop Montreal artist recommendation for making me choose this event last night. Fisher’s performance at Petit Campus was heart-melting.
Recap of days 1 and 2 at the Ottawa Folk Fest with Foster the People, M. Ward, Serena Ryder, and Lorde.
Take a road trip this week to Ottawa and catch a stellar line up including The National, Lorde, J Cole, and more. You can even bike if you’re up for a sore butt! Advice on where to stay and how to get there.
Rachel talked to attendees of the Otakuthon Festival to find out what the highlights of the three day long event were.
Catwalk of fashion from student designers at La Salle College. Photo journal by Magali Crevier here.
Take a look at the incredible costumes of the cosplayers at Montreal’s Otakuthon. How many characters can you identify?
Yellow, black and white outfits were matched with the beats of DJ F Moment.
Montreal’s convention for all things anime kicks off this week.
The stiletto race fundraiser featured 21 participants who raced in heels to win. Magali Crevier was on hand to photograph the event.
Despite the rain, Saturday night at Montreal Reggae fest had everyone moving and grooving.