Truly a modern fairytale and an original story by J. Mulls Goodloe and Salvador Paskowitz, The Age of Adaline tells the story of a woman who miraculously survives a car crash [read on]
Film about an international lesbian relationship and TLGBQ blog turns out to have an unexpected twist.
New season of Danse Danse gets off to a cerebral and visceral start with Ravages.
Gaudi’s Barcelona church explored in new documentary.
Amazing local event for Kino lovers in Montreal features objects for sale.
Sinj Karan reviews “The Dead Lands”, an intense movie about a young Maori warrior who teams up with a mercenary warrior in a quest for revenge.
Competition for sukkah design in New York City invigorates traditional structure
A Girl Walks Home Along at Night has a chador wearing vampire who haunts the streets of (fictitious) Bad City somewhere in Iran. She is out to punish the perpetrators, [read on]
You’d expect more from a film taking place in a psychiatrist ward
Do you agree with our film reviewer on who takes Oscar home?
Documentary presents the life and issues of this Northwest people through a close portrait and study of several Dene.
This powerful documentary looks at historic and contemporary images of African Americans.
Not entirely sure what to do to celebrate Black History Month in Montreal? Here’s a pick for each day of the month.
This winter’s lineup at the Concordia branch of Cinema Politica has films about refugees, the justice system, and gender. Get inspired and get informed.
Review of the documentary “Levitated Mass”, depicting an epic journey of a boulder to its destination in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
War films are made a dime a dozen, because the two world wars have dominated a large part of the cultural discourse of the Western world for the past hundred years. But The [read on]
Gripping documentary looks at prostitution and sex trafficking in the US
Last week I advocated getting out of the house for a cocktail and a giggle; this week I’m suggesting that whether you’re at home or on the road, all you need is Toteflix [read on]
Visiting some of the smaller galleries in Montreal is the perfect way to see this city’s vibrant art scene. Annie visits DHC/ART and the Phi Centre.
Boundary crossing film festival presents films focused on LGBT themes from different countries, but with a special focus on Latin America and Canada this year.