by RADINA PAPUKCHIEVA
Nicole Holofcener’s latest Enough Said explores “adult” relationships.
Woody Allen’s newest, Blue Jasmine, doesn’t disappoint and delivers another neurotic protagonist.
Ryan Coogler makes his directorial debut with Fruitvale Station — a film that made waves at Cannes this year — recounting the true story of police brutality after a fight on a San Francisco transit train.
Michel Gondry’s new film Mood Indigo offers a refreshing escape to a chimerical universe.
We speak to local director Chloé Robichaud about her first feature film Sarah préfère la course and her fourth trip to Cannes.
Cult MTL writer Radina Pupukchieva worked as an intern at Cannes this year. Here's her report from the field.
Our reviewer finds the Cannes-praised drama about a sea voyage from Africa to be lacking in the dramatic department.
Based on a real-life royal scandal from 18th-century Denmark, this Oscar-nominated drama has all the doomed romance and sweet set design for your period-piece needs, abetted by a great cast.
An uneven script is saved by great performances in this tribute to the iconic director.
Keira Knightley shines in a thoughtful and visually sumptuous adaptation of the Tolstoy classic.
Quebec filmmaker Liliana Komorowska demystifies breast cancer and gives it a human face in this touching documentary.
This teen flick explores the insecurities and pains of adolescence through a group of misfits, with great writing and an outstanding young cast.
* Margaret Atwood at the Rialto Theatre
* The PHI Centre screen Escape from Tomorrow
* Noni Wo, MORI and CAMP at Casa
* DJ Blaster bday edition of Dublounge
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