Zsolt’s journey to Canada began with green hair and involves St Jerome.
Watching the US election brings to mind questions about the changing world we live in.
Thinkers from around the world come to Montreal in the name of peace, cooperation, and interfaith connection.
We are all fighting a challenging war on many fronts. Now is not the time for apathy.
After mixing several genres to create quite a unique new EP, the Quaaludes head out on an August 2015 Tour – an occasion for “sad punk” not to miss.
In wake of the recent decision to legalize same-sex marriage in the US, Sinj reflects on how he reached his conclusions on the topic.
Soviet émigrés Ilya and Emilia Kabakov make art that responds to their changing lives and experiences.
Weak film fails to capture the complexity of the US-Mexico border with weak characters and a lame plot.
Multinational corporations, government, and local laws — a minefield. Should US laws apply to US companies abroad or local laws?
Film about women’s cycling addresses many sides around this competitive, international sport.
Controversial documentary puts a human face on child obesity and examines lies perpetuated by the US government and industry about diet , nutrition, and exercise.
The last part of Cédric Klapisch’s trilogy brings protagonist Xavier to New York where he faces new problems in his interpersonal relationships.
Eric Sanderson talks about how The Augustine’s self-titled debut album is built from the positivity and energy that helped them resurrect and soar.
Indie orchestral folk band Lost in the Trees brings energy and wit to Il Motore.
Montreal bookmobile making book about five years on the road as seen from an international, traveling zine library.
Feminist, dj, and artist, JD Samson talks about making Labor, involvement with freeing Pussy Riot, and the relationship between writing music and activism.