December in Montreal is all about markets, music, and merry making. Check out the list of festivals and other events here.
RIDM launches with Christy Garland’s What Walaa Wants, about a Palestinian woman coming-of-age in Balata Camp.
For the 24th year, Maidy Teitelbaum and her enthusiastic team are presenting movies from the French speaking world subtitled in English as part of the Cinemania Festival. [read on]
From the first day to the last, we’ve got a festival or an event to keep your Montreal November on the move.
Vegan festival grows in size and variety.
Gaspar Noé is known to be one of the most divisive filmmakers in the industry. Whether you like or hate his movies, that’s up to you. His latest film Climax, which just [read on]
(Almost) a thousand and one ways to organically warm up your soul this weekend as the weather abandons us.
List of festivals and events taking place in Montreal this October
September in Montreal has festivals and events for everyone.
Solid programming makes this annual festival a great way to start the school year.
Montreal’s digital arts and music festival features 52 world premiere performances.
Celebrate indigenous cultures worldwide with this long running festival.
What should you be doing in August in Montreal?
Never clean, never kind, the Nasty Show spares no one.
A selection of titles you should catch at the Fantasia festival, ranging from adolescent angst to zombies.
Electronic music lovers gathered at the weekly Sunday event to hear Tommy Kruise, DJ Clarian, and more under the rain.
Film, performances, and an art exhibition are on order for Inuit art festival.
The opening weekend of the 39th edition of the FIJM featured some of the most inspiring women in the music world, including a new fun find. Friday night Jann Arden [read on]
Don’t miss a thing this July with our monthly calendar of what’s happening in the city.
Reviews of CLIO, Around the World in 8 Mistakes, Le Grand Alexandre: Magicien Humanitaire, Bad Habits, and Apocalipsync Humanity is a Drag