Scarlett Johansson proves that she’s a capable actress even in Luc Bresson’s dumbed-down thriller Lucy.
The 18th edition of Fantastia Film Festival brings us a wide range of international movies this year to check out! Here are our picks for the best 5
Shep Gordon never got to have a family in the conventional way. This documentary shows how he fathered the careers of many orphan artists.
Film about Van Walls brings this iconic and important musician and producer to light.
Biography based on National Geographic pictures of Robyn Davidson follows adventuress across the outback with camels.
Lili Hudecova captured the cast and crew as they arrived for the red carpet premiere of The Grand Seduction.
Photographer Pierre Guimond’s film shows the dependency as well as the destructive power of American consumerism.
Beautiful film about fracking project on Anticosti Island uses National Geographic style imagery to send an SOS rather than facts.
Mylène Chevreul talks to Abenaki film director and activist Alanis Obomsawin’s documentary on the fight for equal education for First Nations.
The last part of Cédric Klapisch’s trilogy brings protagonist Xavier to New York where he faces new problems in his interpersonal relationships.
Errol Morris gives a glimpse into the mind of one of the most important statesmen of our time: Donald Rumsfeld. Be afraid. Be very afraid.
Director and Writer of Casse Tête Chinois Cédric Klapisch came to the red carpet event.
Meandering film’s corny title is the first problem among many with this tear-jerker.
Dark and documentary-like, Xavier Dolan’s new film pits a homosexual man against his cruel and inhumane abuser.
Photos of the actors and actresses for the new film arriving at the premiere.
Beautiful to look at but lacking any depth, Divergent is best for filling the time between Hunger Games installments.
Montreal Rampage recently caught up with local film maker Eric Gaucher to discuss his latest film, “Sing Pedestrian Sing”, that will be screening at the 32 International Festival of Films on Art (FIFA).
New film by Denis Villeneuve is a masterpiece of duality that looks at human nature’s dark side.
Lasse Hallström’s return to Swedish cinema marred by clichés and focused on interpersonal drama rather than action.
Podz’ new film Miraculum overuses music and intensity, resulting in a bland film.