Interview with Dipti Mehta about humanizing people in the forgotten neighbourhoods of India.
Karan gives context and reflects on the Indian Supreme Court’s overturn of Section 377
This new film tells the story of a man tackling the taboo subject of menstrual hygiene with full force.
What does India mean on the anniversary of its independence from British rule.
Does the phrase “Person of Color” ignore the experiences of individual racial and ethnic groups in North America?
The events in Orlando are the latest manifestation of ongoing ignorance. Karan has a proposal how to address this ignorance in all its forms.
This week: penis transplant, calf banditry, Trudeau’s elbow, banned caleches, and more.
Karan proposes a solution to the problem of the Oscar’s tradition of picking white men for nominees.
In wake of the recent decision to legalize same-sex marriage in the US, Sinj reflects on how he reached his conclusions on the topic.
When Sinj came to Montreal to be a filmmaker, he wondered if and where he would find his people.
Genevieve Borne’s photos address the issue of child trafficking and child labour around the world.
Nancy Berman interviews the great Harry Manx, who combines Western blues with Indian classical music at the Salle Gésu as part of Montréal en Lumière
Professional immigrants go from doctors and lawyers to cab drivers and dishwashers when they head to North America. New comedy addresses this serious problem.
Important story of the Union Carbide disaster undermined by over-the-top evil characters.