Support mostly proper ladies Tessa J Brown and Marianne Trenka fund their Montreal Fringe Show.
“You can’t be a word nerd and not into poetry,” Rabbit says. We want to send this slam poet to the Verses Festival. Find out more here.
This new event celebrates leadership, talent, and humanitarian work by giving an award to Miss Black Inspiration.
International holiday for women’s rights strongly represented in Montreal with annual march.
Conceptual theatre-dance piece cooks up something thoughtful.
Our new sex advice column tackles Valentine’s Day for singles.
Pig Girl explores the emotional strength of a kidnapping victim and the sister who wants to rescue her.
Film follows the immigrant experience of a young Irish woman who comes to New York.
Lady Josephine, a go go dancer, and The Continentals gave a rowdy, fun welcome to this new joint.
Film about infrequently discussed topic about why women choose not to have children despite social pressure covered in film.
With nearly two dozen films showing each day, it isn’t easy to pick what to see at the RIDM. Here are our choices.
Theatre season just got even better with this thoughtful and well-acted play about isolation, victims, and the Armenian genocide.
Katie Leggit talks about creating the all-female comedy festival, Ladyfest along with Erin Hall and Lar Vi.
The documentary I am Femen is a powerful exploration into the inner workings of the controversial Ukrainian based feminist group Femen. The film chronicles several of the [read on]
Review of Bill Dedman and Paul Clark Newell’s book “Empty Mansions”, telling the tale of an independent woman living at the turn of the century.
With only one man among their many groups, 2 Humans, Jess Fitzpatrick, Les Bunheads, and L’il RasGALS make tonight almost Ladies’ Night at Sketchfest.
Australian Rules Football is a tough sport, so Team Canada player Gillian English wasn’t going to be put on the shelf after a sexual assault.
Film tackles broad topics, but suffers from moments of pretension.
Film about an international lesbian relationship and TLGBQ blog turns out to have an unexpected twist.
After a year of dormancy, Montreal’s Fruiting Bodies are on the scene again.