by ALEX ROSE
Terminator: Genisys is another installment in one of the most rehashed movie franchises in Hollywood history.
The Quebec director discusses how he finances, distributes and makes a living off his work — the conclusion of our frank conversation about indie film, dollars and cents.
Adam Scott, Taylor Schilling, Jason Schwartzman & Judith Godrèche star in Patrick Brice's The Overnight, a movie that's more than the sum of its swinging dicks.
The Wolfpack documents the Angulo family, whose seven children were confined to their NYC apartment for over a decade, with movies as their only escape.
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, an indie dramedy in the Garden State (and even Catcher in the Rye) mold, revels in the pedestrian growing pains of bourgeois nerds.
We spoke to Quebec director Jimmy Larouche about his new film Antoine et Marie, and the novel way he's promoting it via Montreal bars.
Heaven Knows What combines actual addicts and professional actors, documentary techniques and scripted drama to create a portrait of life on heroin.
The latest film by writer/director Paul Feig is an exciting and hilarious new chapter for Melissa McCarthy
We spoke to director Shira Piven about recruiting Wiig for a difficult role and the influence of another great dramedy, Punch-Drunk Love.
But that's okay. Explosive set pieces and unconventional characters make up for the Disney tourism pitch and convoluted plot (from the makers of Lost).
Andrew Niccol's anti-drone screed Good Kill is another attempt at intelligent, profound political criticism. But really, where's our Deer Hunter?
There might be something to Schwarzenegger moving into squinty Eastwood-esque roles in the future.
* Fraser’s Field farmer’s market comes to Résonance
* The Wolfpack documentary screens at Cinéma du Parc
* Bruno Ly & co. at Donair Cité’s 902 Comedy Show
* Bar le Ritz’s Movie Mondays presents John Waters’ Female Trouble
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