cinema du parc
Alexandre Chartrand’s documentary explores the independence movement in Catalonia, culminating at the 2014 mega-protest in Barcelona.
Kôji Shiraishi’s absurd horror comedy sees people pit two evil spirits against each other to destroy their curses.
Werner Herzog’s new documentary shows us how the Internet took over the world.
A documentary for Zappa fans… and anyone else, really.
David Farrier’s documentary delves into the curious and sometimes dark world of tickle festish videos.
Nanni Moretti’s new film sees a woman struggle in her role as filmmaker and as daughter to a dying mother.
Terence Davies’ film explores the relationship of a family in the Scottish countryside, but lacks depth.
Amy Berg’s new documentary depicts the successes and hardships of Janis Joplin’s life.
This film documents the impact of industrialization, brilliantly captured by the observational camera of Zhao Liang.
With beautiful visuals and an abundance of fashionistas, the film poses the question, “should fashion be viewed as art?”
Bécue-Renard’s new film explores the after-effects of war.
Dan Savage’s festival where everyday people make and star in pornographic film shorts comes to Montreal.
Your list of the best festivals and events taking place this April in Montreal
Terrence Malick’s new film deals with tarot and hedonism
A Studio Ghibli from the 90s is finally released internationally.
Alê Abreu’s animated film lets the pictures do the talking
A Colombian film that examines the effects of colonization on the Native way of life.
Taking a look at the contenders for the Oscar for Best Animated Short.
Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay deliver impressive performances as a couple reaching a difficult place in their marriage.
A cinematic conclusion to Miguel Gomes’ marvelous trilogy.