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Ten years and still going strong, Cinema Politica screens independent, political documentaries. Ezra Winton and Inês Lopes talk about the organization and their new book Screening Truth to Power.
Mylène Chevreul talks to Abenaki film director and activist Alanis Obomsawin’s documentary on the fight for equal education for First Nations.
Acme Burlesque’s new show parodies James Bond and brings an eight piece band to the stage. Octopussy and Pussy Galore have nothing on this show.
August Strindberg’s Mies Julie gets an update and a transplant. The play set in South Africa adds the problems of apartheid to the battle of the sexes.
Papier14 Art Fair brings galleries from around the country to Montreal to showcase works on paper.
Provocative exhibition of miniatures and artworks by British brothers Jake and Dinos Chapman combine fear, wonder, and cheek.
Strawberries in January a sweet, delightful play performed in French and English on alternate nights, examines teen love.
The last part of Cédric Klapisch’s trilogy brings protagonist Xavier to New York where he faces new problems in his interpersonal relationships.
B-film featuring Gina Carano starts off well, but drags on too long.
Heady new play at Theatre d’AUjourd’hui has one actor take on six different characters in a story about a man who releases the animals of the zoo.
Passionate and compelling Sal Capone reflects on a hip hop tragedy