Review of play that focuses on the people inhabiting the world of cinema whose names never make it to the credits.
Immersive experience astounds.
Best movies of 2018 and a few out now to check out.
Celebrate indigenous cultures worldwide with this long running festival.
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.
Blade Runner 2049 is an impressive sequel to the original, helmed by Quebec director Denis Villeneuve.
What does India mean on the anniversary of its independence from British rule.
Short films from the Présence Autochtone Festival.
Check out these midnight screenings at Cinema du Parc in July and August
Oh The Times They…Aren’t Changing
Du 25 mai au 8 juin 2017, le Festival TransAmériques lancera sa 11e édition ! Le 1er février, FTA a levé le voile sur une partie de sa riche programmation.
Min Bahadur Bham’s film is set in a Nepalese village in the shadow of the Maoist movement.
The coolest little festival you need to know about.
Stephen Dunn’s film that won big at TIFF is now in cinemas.
Genre films worth catching each day around the themes of loneliness, alienation, teenagers, and outcasts.
Patrick Damien’s documentary lets us peek into the lives of two families who have participated in Bellechasse’s Demolition Derby for generations.
Annual event brings out collectors of memorabilia and all things film related.
With so many great films premiering in Montreal for FIFA, it can be hard to choose a few. Here are some select picks for the first week of the festival.