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Your list of the best festivals and events taking place this April in Montreal
The director’s second feature is out now, and writer Steven Lee asks her all about her process and influences.
Steven Lee interviews Sims-Fewer and Mancinelli after their film’s world premiere at TIFF
Winner of the Jury Award at Venice and Russia’s official entry to the Oscars, Dear Comrades is playing around the city.
Montreal’s LGBTQ film festival Image+Nation features Siberia and Him, a stunning film available to be screened online.
The Montreal-based ensemble will be performing a wide range of musical styles at the MMFA’s Salle Bourgie.
After having its triumphant world premiere at the Fantasia International Film Festival, Dark Sky Films has finally revealed a new poster and trailer to celebrate 1BR’s [read on]
From March 19th – April 1st, the annual exhibit Parle-moi d’amour will be presented at the Musée d’art contemporain (MAC). The exhibit will include over 268 [read on]
Just Mercy is a movie that wants to convey its compelling premise to many people. There are so many films that have been based on true stories, and they’re admittedly not [read on]
The cynic in me suspects that The Kindness of Strangers started out as one film and became something else, just to cash in on the holiday movie rush. It’s too bad, because [read on]
The new documentary Tattoo Uprising explores the long history and cultural influence of tattooing, tracing the art form all the way back to Biblical times. Referring to the [read on]
Errol Morris is a respected American filmmaker who, over the course of his long career, has produced, directed, and written an array of important, unique, and thought [read on]
Ukrainian-born conductor and violist Maxim Rysanov is back with Montreal’s I Musici. This star on the international classical scene invites us to a world that features [read on]
Late Company is a new production written by acclaimed Canadian playwright and activist Jordan Tannahill that will be opening at the Segal Centre for the Performing Arts. [read on]
The new documentary The Corporate Coup d’État explores the current state of American politics by shining a revealing spotlight on modern corporatism. An ideology [read on]
The Festival du nouveau cinéma is a terrific event for filmmakers to showcase both their talent and passion on the big screen. Annabelle Attanasio, known for appearing in [read on]
Have you ever seen a movie that you would ultimately describe as a beautiful mess? That is pretty much Richard Stanley’s new feature titled Colour Out of Space. Based on H. [read on]
Every once in a while, an actor/actress delivers such an incredible performance that it can transform a pretty good film into must-see viewing. That was the case in 2005 with [read on]