by MALCOLM FRASER
Malcolm Fraser, Cult MTL's Quebonics columnist, took part in a MAtv panel discussion on the decline of French in Quebec.
Local filmmaker Jeff Barnaby’s feature debut Rhymes for Young Ghouls is changing the face of Canadian cinema.
We speak to Abdellatif Kechiche, director of this year’s Palme d’Or winner at Cannes Blue Is the Warmest Colour, and actresses Adèle Exarchopoulos and Léa Seydoux about their experience filming.
Catherine Martin’s latest film Une jeune fille is beautiful and gloomy.
We speak to Denis Côté about his latest film Vic +Flo ont vu un ours, which manages to be both accessible and visionary.
We speak to local photographer Ben Philippi about his History Channel TV series God, Guns & Automobiles and American gun culture.
Sebastián Silva’s second flick with Michael Cera this year Crystal Fairy and the Magic Cactus, explores human frailty and psychedelics.
Andrew Bujalski’s Computer Chess brings ’80s computer nerds into arthouse cinema.
The Act of Killing explores the murder of Indonesian citizens through the killers’ reenactments of their crimes based on their favourite Hollywood genres.
Gabriela Cowperthwaite’s documentary Blackfish explores the dirty secrets of the marine performance industry.
Our highlights of the annual genre -film extravaganza.
Only God Forgives reunites Drive team (writer/director Nicolas Winding Refn and star Ryan Gosling), but the results are meh.
* Read the Rant Line
* Annex Vintage shopping party
* Kamille Yergeau at BBAM! Gallery
* Beurk Bank issue launch
* Pitch Fest at the Corona Theatre
* Sweet Mother Logic farewell show at Sala
* Thomas Von Party at Datcha
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