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Shep Gordon never got to have a family in the conventional way. This documentary shows how he fathered the careers of many orphan artists.
Elvis is in the building in Hudson. Ken Gaucher talks to two-time winner of the best Elvis tribute about this hit touring show.
Austrian horror gem about the Alps shares a few things in common with John Carpenter’s The Thing, but then gets much, much better.
Film about Van Walls brings this iconic and important musician and producer to light.
Why go to the movie theatre at the Forum and sneak from film to film when you can see great free films screen outside the SAT every Tuesday?
Quicksilver Dance’s choreographer Mariah Steele speaks about the philosophy of the group and their latest show Tempest in a Teacup.
Glam Gam’s latest proves that wherever there’s a taboo, it’s time to plow through. Goldie Showers pits her band of witches against an evil secubus who wants to add them to the Book of Faces.
Glam Gam returns to Montreal Fringe with a show featuring more plot to go with that nudity. Not to worry, they’re as crazy as ever and it’s for a great cause.
Even with a refreshing pairing of a similarly-aged, older couple, a convoluted plot and cliché humour leave this Brosnan-Thompson vehicle flat on the mat.
Despite an oppressive atmosphere, Lynn and Carina lighten spirits with their witty and ambiguously amorous exchange of Greek lyric poetry.
Biography based on National Geographic pictures of Robyn Davidson follows adventuress across the outback with camels.
Rich with imagery and symbolism, the two shows featured by Ecole de Cirque de Montreal’s graduating class explore themes of childhood, loss, adulthood, and wolves.
New web series Sex and Ethnicity was so appealing to Ici TV, that they’re airing all eight episodes. Creator and star Michaela Di Cesare talks about how the show evolved.
B-film fans will enjoy the low budget sets, mediocre acting, and gruesome effects in the latest film from Sinister Cinema.
Feel good film about Newfoundland town attempting to secure an outsider as its path to renewal seduces viewers.
Urban art competition Beaux Degats pitted six teams against each other on the theme of photography. This is Fernando Landin’s photo journal of the event.
Judy Garland impersonator Kim Roberts talks about her new show and what makes the legendary diva so endearing to all.
The two latest films at the Satopshere take viewers to new worlds with great technological wizardry, but not a lot of emotional depth.
Magali Crevier checks out the vernssiage featuring the drawings of Daniel Barkley and a book published of his work.
Every group that performed was a hit and our reviewer laughed from start to finish. Here’s a recap of Tuesday night’s Sketchfest.