RIDM launches with Christy Garland’s What Walaa Wants, about a Palestinian woman coming-of-age in Balata Camp.
Front woman Shawna Potter talks about the band’s latest album, internalized sexism, and the notebook.
Unusual and prize winning production, Tragic Queens, is not just unique for its content, but also for its creation.
Don’t miss seeing this great American conceptual artist’s commissioned work.
New theatrical production inspired by Foucault’s analysis of punishment and control.
Glam Gam gives this popular story the retelling it deserves.
Feminist short works festival has grown both in the number of its offerings and its goals. Read more here.
Making a film with an orgy in a yurt can be empowering and carry multiple messages. Find out more in Karan’s interview with the Level UP team here.
Katie Leggit talks about creating the all-female comedy festival, Ladyfest along with Erin Hall and Lar Vi.
Opposites attract in this film about two women in a relationship.
The Montreal art scene is a storm of events, from performance art to journal launches to vernissage parties. Here’s our list of things not to miss!
Sexualty, drugs, and other social issues at heart of student theatre festival.
Gendron puts nine of Parker’s poems to music and talks to us about her musical background and how she found the magic nine.
Reviews of Shine On and Unrepentant Geraldines.
Iggy Azalea brought the party with her to Montreal. The only complaint is that she didn’t play long enough!
Yiara Magazine’s second edition was packed with attendees and featured musical act the Broken Crowns.