Steven Lee brings you pictures from the event inspired by Montreal’s commiccon.
Catch the nominees in the short documentary category before this year’s Academy Awards!
This Cannes-nominated documentary puts a spotlight on the people who travel from village to village in India playing films for the public.
Annual event brings out collectors of memorabilia and all things film related.
Jennifer Guillet’s picks for this year’s edition of the festival
MWFF showcases films from around the world, this year with a special focus on Chinese cinema
Directed by the brilliant Claude Lelouch, Roman de Gare is a story of mixed identities and skillful dishonesty, an intricate web spun around mystery and lies.
Film on grief, loss, and regret intertwines multiple narratives with some incredible performances.
From films to the invited guests, this festival of Francophone film brings international cinema to Montreal
After watching this film, our critic draws the all important conclusion: Did Nicolas Cage once get an Oscar for best actor?
A new era of hand-held camera screens uses web cam and computer screens as the source for this thrill ride.
Summer film on selling out vs. authenticity by the director of Once feature Keira Knightly and Adam Levine.
Was it better as a film or as theatre? Scenes and music from Quentin Tarantino’s best movies came to the stage as part of the Montreal Jazz Fest.
Montreal’s annual film bazar features film distributors, memorabilia, and all things cinema.