by ALEX ROSE
A substance-abusing cop, a serial killer, a snowy small town, religious occult mumbo-jumbo. And yet The Calling is a theatrical release, and not an HBO or Netflix TV show.
Life of Crime is the latest all-star adaptation of the novelist's work, one that tries hard to capture his balance of brutality, poetry and the rhythms of everyday life.
We spoke to the Canadian talent behind Ben’s at Home, premiering at the World Film Festival, about how a challenge to make a cheap film yielded great results.
Our series exploring Montreal-shot films tackles House of Versace, starring Gina Gershon and a load of local actors doing terrible Italian accents.
A new documentary by Jean-Nicolas Orhon takes a different view of slums, connecting dots between Quebec, India, France, Morocco and the U.S.
Local director Stéphane Lafleur has made a coming of age film containing none of the genre's clichés, and its tonal similarity to his previous work only makes it better.
We spoke to director Stéphane Lafleur about his new black & white fable Tu dors Nicole, starring Julianne Côté, Catherine St-Laurent and Marc-André Grondin.
Mafia comedy from the old country, a French auteur's swan song, a follow-up to a landmark AIDS movie, an obscure 'stan country's biggest cinematic expenditure ever & more highlights of the MWFF.
Sponsor losses and funding cuts are superficial wounds. What's really bleeding this festival dry is a problem at its core: it's painfully old-fashioned.
Genre film fans suffering from Fantasia withdrawal are in luck.
A muddy, grim reboot of the '80s kids franchise about giant reptilian teenagers obsessed with pizza and kicking butts.
Colin Firth and Emma Stone flirt robotically in 1920s France in Allen’s new mediocre romantic comedy.
* See Ari Folman’s new film The Congress on the big screen
* It’s Burger Week!
* Piknic Électronik Labour Day edition
* The Segal’s stage production of The Graduate
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