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.
Barnaby’s film a raw, gritty look at a Mi-gMac community in the 70s with a compelling heroine at its heart.
Kevin Costner and Amber Heard bring their names but nothing else to this bland, cliché action film.
Terry Dawes is making a film about the Japanese obsession with Anne of Green Gables. We want to support him in his Kickstarter campaign.
Odd Thomas failed to impress with its contradictory protagonist, poor direction, and made-for-television effects.
I, Frankenstein short on romance, big on effects.
Costa-Gavras’ film shares much in common with Wall Street, but the emotional maturity of the protagonist gives this film a different flavour.
Vietnamese documentary shows the difficulty and longing that ties a westernized grandson, now filmmaker, and his grandmother who still lives in Vietnam.
Montreal’s annual film bazar features film distributors, memorabilia, and all things cinema.
The Nut Job shows kids that cooperation is best achieved by participating in a bank heist.
The Wolf of Wall Street does not disappoint. DiCaprio shows his range as an actor in this riveting film.
Explore social, economic, and environmental issues affecting Alberta’s Fort McMurray through a video game that functions as an interactive documentary.
Adam Reider’s new short film Remain Calm is
62% 100% of its way to being funded on Kickstarter. I want to make sure it reaches its target.
Top picks from Cinemania for 2013.
Celebrate international Arab culture with music, film, and lectures at the Arab World Festival of Montreal.