Touching and beautifully shot film explores platonic friendship and self growth
Cinema du Parc has a fabulous lineup of Oscar nominate short films. Find out which ones we liked best.
Winner of the Jury Award at Venice and Russia’s official entry to the Oscars, Dear Comrades is playing around the city.
In this film, a man on the run adopts the identity of a dead man and by chance, meets this man’s widow.
Catch the nominees in the short documentary category before this year’s Academy Awards!
Catch the programming of the animated short film nominations ahead of the Academy Awards on March 4th!
A special program showcasing the winners for best advertisements at Cannes, tonight only.
François Jacob’s new documentary is a very real portrayal of life in the industrial city of Norilsk, Russia.
Short films from the Présence Autochtone Festival.
Director Benjamin Hogue introduces us to the boundary-pushing, Quebec-based art collective BGL.
What does it mean to be a Quebecker in the 21st century?
The newly restored version of this immersive sci-fi film is screening at Cinema du Parc this week.
Your list of the best festivals and events taking place this April in Montreal
This Oscar-nominated animation tells the stories of children in an orphanage, with a boy nicknamed Zucchini at the centre of it all.
The story of the news reporter who took her own life on live television is told in Antonio Campos’ new film.
In Sérgio Machado’s film, a violinist begins teaching kids from the slums when he fails to make it into the São Paulo orchestra.
An exploration of individualism and women’s agency under the strict social code of the desert.