by MALCOLM FRASER
We look back at the 2005 New York Times article on our music scene — its inaccuracies, its insults and the fallout from the media spotlight.
Big Eyes isn’t another phantasmagorical flight of fancy starring Johnny Depp. But it’s just as disappointing as any of the once-great director's recent work.
Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard's 20,000 Days on Earth depicts the creative process of alt rock star Nick Cave by dispensing with verité.
We spoke to director Ari Folman (Waltz With Bashir) about his new film, The Congress, starring Robin Wright
We spoke to director Richard Linklater about Boyhood, the epic coming-of-age film he spent 12 years working on.
The Toronto director continues to crack sexual taboos and counter cultural clichés in his new film, Gerontophilia, set and shot in MTL
The Oscar-winning Québécois director’s Le règne de la beauté is a beautiful and peculiar film.
We spoke to director of Sexy Beast, Birth and so many classic music videos about his unconventional sci-fi/thriller Under the Skin, starring Scarlett Johansson.
The local director’s latest, Que ta joie demeure, is a poetic and avant-garde exploration of factory life.
We watched Nymphomaniac, and it’s decidedly not sexy.
We spoke to Denis Villeneuve about his latest film Enemy, starring Jake Gyllenhaal.
Malcolm Fraser reviews Jian Zhangke’s latest, the intimate and epic A Touch of Sin.
* Dance parties at Jardins Gamelin
* Gypsy Kumbia Orchestra in Beaubien Park
* Maison Sociale screens two contemporary Swedish classics
* Notre Dame de Bingo fundraiser for Montreal Roller Derby at NDQ
* Laura Marling plays Café Campus
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