The Jackie Kennedy biopic is carried by the outstanding acting.
Exhibition on multi-talented artist combines visual and literary works in creatively curated way.
Late French-Moroccan photographer and video artist, Leila Alaoui’s work delicately examines its difficult subjects at the MMFA.
Pablo Larraín’s latest follows a police officer as he chases down renowned poet and communist Pablo Neruda.
Great cinematography, but a confused plot.
Great performances and visuals in this new thriller.
A woman standing up against a greedy corporation is played superbly by Sofia Braga.
Serbian/Canadian artist’s exhibition is a not-miss.
Montreal artist fuses together different styles to create the coolest art you need to check out now.
Kenneth Lonergan’s new film brings you into the characters’ everyday tragedy.
DHC/ART continues to showcase challenging artists with Wim Delvoye exhibit.
The story of the news reporter who took her own life on live television is told in Antonio Campos’ new film.
This coming-of-age film is a must-see.
The festival opened with Issa Ibrahim’s film Patient Rites.
This documentary sheds light on the jihadist movement present in Pakistan and how young people are being affected.
In Sérgio Machado’s film, a violinist begins teaching kids from the slums when he fails to make it into the São Paulo orchestra.
Nadine Gomez’s short film highlights the architectural elements of the metro, presented in stark black and white.
An exploration of individualism and women’s agency under the strict social code of the desert.
Trying out VR with Bjork… what could be cooler? At the DHC/ART Centre now.
Akihiko Shiota’s film is part of the new “roman porno” category of film in Japan.