by KAYLA MARIE HILLIER
Here’s what’s happening at this year’s RQS, April 18–27.
We spoke to local director Annie St-Pierre about her documentary Fermières.
The magazine's founder explains why they chose to build their first transatlantic issue around a street in Montreal.
Hirokazu Koreeda’s award-winning film Like Father, Like Son explores paternal love and family.
We spoke to Cinema Politica’s director of programming, Ezra Winton, about their 10-year anniversary event and book launch.
We spoke to the actor/director & Tom à la ferme playwright Michel Marc Bouchard.
Check out these flicks on the big screen throughout the month of April.
We spoke to Cinémathèque québécoise programming director Fabrice Montal about this year’s Bright Nights festival.
We spoke to Emma Wilkie about comedy show There’s Something Funny Going On and their latest milestone.
We spoke to local filmmakers about 100% T-Shirt, a documentary that explores the history and politics of a wardrobe staple.
We spoke to one of the dumpster divers from the Found Footage Festival ahead of their stop in Montreal.
We spoke to local director Patrick O’Connor about his new documentary Freights which explores freight writer graffiti subculture.
* Le Cinéclub: The Film Society screen Flaklypa Grand Prix
* Demons at Cagibi’s Cult Movie Night
* 4/20 at Cabaret Playhouse
* Noire at Espace Réunion
* Bal en Blanc at Place Jean-Paul Riopelle
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