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Has the World Film Fest always been shit? Part 2

The festival's peak came in the mid '80s to early '90s, but even that period was marred by absurd programming choices.

An interview with Greta Gerwig & Lola Kirke

We spoke to the costars (and in Gerwig's case cowriter) of Mistress America, the latest hipster comedy by Noah Baumbach.

We watched the EDM movie with a real DJ

Montreal producer and turntable man Ghislain Poirier shared his thoughts about the Zac Efron DJ movie We Are Your Friends.
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Has the World Film Fest always been shit?

Part one of our quest to find out whether the maligned Montreal World Film Festival was once great, and how its decline came about.

Hipsters aren’t going away

And neither are movies about them. Fort Tilden doesn’t revolutionize this brand of satire, but it does a pretty good job.

A tricky mix of ultraviolence and stoner hijnx

American Ultra tries to balance relentless action, slow-witted humour and a Jesse Eisenberg/Kristen Stewart romance.

A real Hollywood farce

Director Peter Bogdanovich returns from a 14-year hiatus with the all-star screwball comedy She's Funny That Way.
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The Man From UNCLE has one fatal flaw

Guy Ritchie's attention to detail makes this retro spy flick an enjoyable ride, but one bad decision nearly sinks it.

Turbo Kid is a Montreal film scene success

We spoke to the team behind this delightful post-apocalyptic sci-fi film, a first-feature project that took root at a certain local festival.

Goner girl

An interview with Gilles Paquet-Brenner, director of the new film adaptation of a book by Gone Girl author Gillian Flynn, Dark Places.