This documentary explores the short-term consequences of our technological age on different jobs and possibilities about aging.
This new documentary presents a history of the Israeli-Palestinia conflict.
This documentary explores not only the family business, but also the relationships that the public doesn’t usually get to see.
A black-and-white picture of hitchhiking teens and nostalgia.
Terrence Malick creates a beautiful, restless collage in his newest film.
Montreal is in like a lion and out like a lion when it comes to festivals and events. March has got you covered from films on art to tasting the city’s best mac and cheese
This Oscar-nominated animation tells the stories of children in an orphanage, with a boy nicknamed Zucchini at the centre of it all.
Raoul Peck’s Oscar-nominated documentary focuses on James Baldwin’s part in the civil rights movement.
Life, humour, and a case for Europe.
Dissociative identity disorder and kidnapping take centre stage in this new horror movie.
Oh The Times They…Aren’t Changing
This dialogue-less animation can teaches us about why life is special.
I Am Michael follows a young gay man in his transition from a fast life of activism to a life of self-denial.
The Jackie Kennedy biopic is carried by the outstanding acting.
There’s a reason to get out every night in Montreal in February with festivals from day 1 to day 29 (it’s leap year!)
Pablo Larraín’s latest follows a police officer as he chases down renowned poet and communist Pablo Neruda.
Great cinematography, but a confused plot.
Baby it’s cold outside, but it’s worth it to get out there and see what’s happening in Montreal. A list of festivals and events in Montreal for January.
Great performances and visuals in this new thriller.
A woman standing up against a greedy corporation is played superbly by Sofia Braga.