This new film starring Chloe Grace Moretz follows a young girl sent to pray away her sexuality.
This film tells the coming out story of a teenager in high school as he communicates with an anonymous classmate through email.
This film about love and loss tugs at heart strings but doesn’t overdo it.
T. A. Wellington reviews Garth Stein’s novel “A Sudden Light”.
Amazing comedian back with another super show.
If you’re going to talk comedy and politics, or just the comedy of politics, it might as well be with Greg Proops. Interview here.
Incredible Dora award winning show puts a First Peoples and LGBT spin on Romeo and Juliet.
Great script and challenging characters make for complex play.
Todd Haynes’ new lesbian drama stays true to the genre
The film’s writer lets us in on the filmmaking process
Some films you won’t want to miss at this LGBT film festival
List of festivals and events in Montreal taking place in August 2015. Dance, food, culture, and lots of pride!
Tranna Wintour has a show at the Montreal Fringe Festival. Angela interviews the comedic star about the show’s origins and why you should be yourself.
More Stasia might help turn this satisfying, albeit disappointing album be a better journey.
This winter’s lineup at the Concordia branch of Cinema Politica has films about refugees, the justice system, and gender. Get inspired and get informed.
Concordia grad Julien Cadieux’s must-see film follows Jean Guida, who brought the performer Guilda to life