This Cannes-nominated documentary puts a spotlight on the people who travel from village to village in India playing films for the public.
Blade Runner 2049 is an impressive sequel to the original, helmed by Quebec director Denis Villeneuve.
François Jacob’s new documentary is a very real portrayal of life in the industrial city of Norilsk, Russia.
The festival, which runs from October 24-27 this week, is screening films related to mental health.
The Montreal International Documentary Festival (RIDM) begins on November 9th and features films from around the world.
Janina Quint’s documentary is a thought-provoking look at how Jewish and German people view their past, together.
Venus tells the tale of a trans woman encountering her long-lost son.
With a stellar performance from star Marine Johnson, it looks like Quebec has their very own Jennifer Lawrence.
Strong performances by the lead actors bring this Boston Marathon bombing story to life.
Darren Aronofsky’s new controversial, allegorical film is a glimpse of what may come.
The new film, starring Reese Witherspoon, is sweet but ultimately lacking in substance.
Interviews with three authors who contributed to the book about Christmas horror in film and television.
Soderbergh’s latest film is a gritty heist movie set on the NASCAR racetrack.
Jean-François Laguionie’s animated film follows an elderly woman’s life after being left behind.
Two teenager siblings grapple with the separation of their parents over a summer.
But Nolan delivers cinematic magic as usual.
The third installment in Michael Winterbottom’s series finds two men taking on the Spanish countryside.
This film about love and loss tugs at heart strings but doesn’t overdo it.
Director Benjamin Hogue introduces us to the boundary-pushing, Quebec-based art collective BGL.
What does it mean to be a Quebecker in the 21st century?