Sappyforever Vol. 1 celebrates seven years of Sackville’s Sappyfest with photos and words, evoking the transformative nature of this festival.
Hazy, nostalgic album Estara is perfect ambient music for the sensitive soul.
Podz’ new film Miraculum overuses music and intensity, resulting in a bland film.
Indie orchestral folk band Lost in the Trees brings energy and wit to Il Motore.
Vietnamese documentary shows the difficulty and longing that ties a westernized grandson, now filmmaker, and his grandmother who still lives in Vietnam.
Host Darren Henwood teaches the audience how to speak Scottish, and that’s just the beginning.
After a break up with his human partner, Thomas starts a romantic relationship with his phone’s operating system. Can the two wire crossed lovers bridge their differences?
Montreal band In Beliefs’ new demo EP starts off rocky, but soon captures attention with its dynamism.
Never one to shy away from difficult subjects, Diaz’ This is How You Lose Her is a tour de force of language while presenting realistic and complex relationships.
The Wolf of Wall Street does not disappoint. DiCaprio shows his range as an actor in this riveting film.
Lyla McQueen Shah finds her way to Tidbits from Talk Mackerel… barely.
Boats were rushed, late, disorganized, and packed onto a stage that barely contained them. And they rocked the fucking house.