Two new Montreal bookstores offer Community Building Writer’s Residencies
Check out the beer fest this weekend and find out what you need to be drinking next time you’re out and about
Don’t be spooked… by the abundance of things to do in October.
Marie Ayotte speaks about the English translation of her show and its delivery over the phone
September is packed with events
August’s proudest moment in Montreal is the annual pride parade. Perfect weather and joyful crowds.
Films you can (and want) to see in person at the 25th annual Fantasia festival.
August is hot and full of festivals in Montreal
First in a series of reflections on life of a CEGEP grad in the time of COVID-19
July brings back plenty of festival faves — thank you vaccinations!
Montreal fans lose their minds as overtime goal gives city something to celebrate
Executive and Artistic Director of the Montreal Fringe Festival, Amy Blackmore, talks about the mood around this festal season fave and its radical hospitality
June is a month of festivals in Montreal. Here are the ones you might want to check out.
Winner of the Jury Award at Venice and Russia’s official entry to the Oscars, Dear Comrades is playing around the city.
The Wildside Festival’s showcases pieces on identity and works in progress.
Montreal’s LGBTQ film festival Image+Nation features Siberia and Him, a stunning film available to be screened online.
As the Montreal LGBTQ film festival goes online this year, it boasts more films than ever.
Baritone Phillip Addis joins the cast of the opera, set to premiere in Montreal on November 20th & 21st.
“Canadian genre cinema at its finest”: don’t miss this home-invasion horror flick this Halloween weekend