Director Benjamin Hogue introduces us to the boundary-pushing, Quebec-based art collective BGL.
This documentary explores the short-term consequences of our technological age on different jobs and possibilities about aging.
This new documentary presents a history of the Israeli-Palestinia conflict.
This documentary explores not only the family business, but also the relationships that the public doesn’t usually get to see.
New comedy event taking place in Montreal.
This documentary sheds light on the jihadist movement present in Pakistan and how young people are being affected.
The opening film for the Montreal International Black Film Festival is a genuine and well-made portrait of the late poet.
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.
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.
To the artists who pioneered this art movement, bigger is better.
Mike Correll’s documentary sheds light on a master of dark art.
Sabine Gisiger’s documentary explores the philosophies of psychotherapist Dr. Irwin Yalom.
Forget Netflix binges, turn the dial to this warmhearted show about animals and animal care every Wednesday.
The first volume of Miguel Gomes’ trilogy on the austerity that plagues Portugal.
Scott Fivelson’s upcoming biopic sheds light on the life and times of Hitchcock’s often forgotten contemporary.
The larger-than-life personality of the famous art lover is memorialized in this new documentary