Get to know this sultry, electronic and R&B duo before they turn up in Montreal.
“One of the reasons Hamilton found the word democracy so offensive was because he realized that the vast majority of American citizens had not the dimmest understanding of [read on]
Jennifer Lawrence stars in this rags to riches, feel good film about the invention of a mop.
Moody Mas Ysa won’t tell us about his name (mysterious!), but he does talk about living as a nomadic musician.
Controversial US film now on DVD shows two sides of a soldier.
Internationally touring grindcore, punk, and metal festival comes to Montreal this weekend.
In a celebration of Canada and Canada Day, Quebec Curios explores the War of 1812 and the Battle of Chateauguay, one of two battles that would ensure initial British victory.
Week long festival to celebrate hip hop through performances, lectures, workshops, and good vibes comes to the city.
On the tails of the (not so) little history of Quebec law comes a strange anecdote about those Americans. The Americans, revolutionary in more than a few ways, were griping [read on]
Fascinating documentary looks at how sex ed reflects the often moralistic and rigid values of American society.
Good guys and bad guys meet on equal footing in this award-winner by J.C. Chandor.
Biting satire is funny, topical, and gets you thinking.
Citizenfour presents Edward Snowden as a human being and probes the NSA’s privacy invasion of US citizens.
World Food Day takes place October 16. Two documentaries address the worldwide crisis: Every Three Seconds and Growing Cities
Find out from our reviewer if Jim Jefferies new show for 2014 is worth your cold, hard cash!
Nick Janke takes us on his tour of street art that caught his eye for its defiance, creativity, and accessibility.
Photographer Pierre Guimond’s film shows the dependency as well as the destructive power of American consumerism.
Controversial documentary puts a human face on child obesity and examines lies perpetuated by the US government and industry about diet , nutrition, and exercise.
Montreal’s first improv mini series set on the American frontier, Wild Heart Acres, begins its four month run now.