by ALEX ROSE
We spoke to Sebastio Salgado, subject of the new documentary The Salt of the Earth.
Corbo tells the tale of an isolated rich kid joining the FLQ — well-timed given the frequency of local protests and reports of ISIS runaways.
James Franco and Jonah Hill costar as a murderer and a journalist, respectively, in this new drama. And it's good.
Th sixth edition of the MIAFF is happening at Concordia from April 16–19. See our highlights here.
Noir is a grim ghetto tale about lives of crime in Montreal North, minus the usual gangster glamour.
While We’re Young, starring Ben Stiller, Naomi Watts, Amanda Seyfried and Adam Driver, appears to be a bittersweet slice of Baumbach's private life.
This highly anticipated movie takes after the classic that was the blueprint for the modern horror film.
We spoke to director Sophie Deraspe and the Montreal woman at the centre of her film, The Amina Profile.
The Norman Jewison-directed Jane Fonda vehicle depicts a side of our city that's rarely seen in English films.
We chat with Médiafilm's Martin Bilodeau about what to expect from this weekend's annual CinéBazar.
The Montreal director known for his films about music makes a mainstream comeback with Boychoir.
Canines don't talk in White God, but they do act. We spoke to Hungarian director Kornel Mondruczo about why going CGI-free was so important.
* See It Follows while you still can
* Travesties at the Segal Centre
* Artist Yinka Shonibare speaks at the Phi Centre
* Comedian Brad MacDonald headlines at Blue Dog
* Commander Clark at Casa del Popolo
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