Three films from the RIDM for review.
Brazil’s Rebel Machine released their second album ‘Whatever It Takes’. It’s a good rock record, with catchy melodies.
Five good comedians talk about who they are with characteristic humour.
In Boots Riley’s debut film, a young man at the beginning of his career tries to make sense of the corporate world and its soullessness.
A woman standing up against a greedy corporation is played superbly by Sofia Braga.
World food tour changes its dates from August to September to attract more students to its tables.
Topless woman protests Gomeshi case, Liberals spend big, and why having a guilty conscience for parking in a handicapped spot leads to a tantrum.
Moody Mas Ysa won’t tell us about his name (mysterious!), but he does talk about living as a nomadic musician.
Montreal band offers debut album of sassy indie rock
Documentary shows the damages made by cars throughout the world
Don’t miss this new patisserie in Montreal.
Boundary crossing film festival presents films focused on LGBT themes from different countries, but with a special focus on Latin America and Canada this year.
Traditional Brazilian desserts made fresh to order at Padoca Patisserie. These are a must try in Montreal!
Germany whips Brazil’s ass in about 30 minutes… and then they did it again and again and again. Here’s how fans responded in Cafe Frappe.
Fans watch a tense quarter final game between Germany and France at Café Frappé in Montreal.
The crowd of Portugal fans watching the dramatic Portugal vs. USA game was captured by Germán Silva at Cafe Frappe.
International conference on the Americas makes its film and art programs available to the public.
Art Brasilis joined Puces Pop this year and will be part of an upcoming Brazilian pop-up shop at Espace Pop with other Brazilian artists.