Alt-J: Revenge of the Nerds
Image + Nation Fest: Snapshots Review
The Miseducation of Cameron Post: Pray the Gay Away…NOT
This new film starring Chloe Grace Moretz follows a young girl sent to pray away her sexuality.
Two Takes on Allure: Not a Love Story
C. L. Illsley discusses Evan Rachel Wood’s layered performance and the ethical murkiness that permeates the film.
Two Takes on Allure: Montreal Backdrop Provides Darkness
Althea Wilson-Forbes discusses the atmosphere of this psychological thriller.
The Pulitzer at 100: A Century of Rewarding Excellence
This documentary explores the virtues of journalism through the ages and how the famous prize came to be.
Stronger: A Survivor’s Story
Strong performances by the lead actors bring this Boston Marathon bombing story to life.
Chris Fleming Interview: Lipstick on a Showpig
Chris Fleming talks about getting started in video work on youtube, as well as one of his greatest hits.
Montreal Fringe Festival Capsule Reviews # 3 : Three Great Shows
Reviews of The Morning After the Life Before, The Detective, The Dame, and the Devil, and This is Not She.
Fringe Festival Capsule Reviews Round 2 : Whip, 0 Days without Crying, tldr;smh, A Change in the Weather
Reviews of Whip, 0 Days without Crying, tldr;smh, A Change in the Weather
Fringe Festival Capsule Reviews
Illustrated Lady, Things Drugs Taught Me, Oscar, CarMa, and Leave the Therapy Take the Cannoli reviewed.
Review: ANGÉLIQUE Bravely Directed
Outstanding cast and visionary director bring this piece to the Segal.
Noises Off: Loud and On
Show about the difficulties in putting on a play a night of hilarity.
Existentialist Romp with La Logique du Pire
Interview with Writer-Director Étienne Lepage about the evolution of his FTA piece.
Yukonstyle An Emotional Roller Coaster Through the Cold
Gripping production an unflinching look at hard realities.
Great Theatre at Student Friendly Prices
The Segal Centre offers a card for the under 30s that provides a 70% discount on its programming.
Private Lives: Riotous British Bickering
With a gender switch casting twist, this comedy explores the mess that love can be.
Looking: It Will Be Missed
The HBO show about the love lives of three gay men is finished off with a full-length movie.
Dispatches from the Toronto Fringe
Julie Santini reports back from the Toronto Fringe.