by LORRAINE CARPENTER
We spoke to legendary documentary filmmaker Errol Morris about being in a room with a war criminal in The Unknown Known.
by KAYLA MARIE HILLIER
We spoke to local director Annie St-Pierre about her documentary Fermières.
by ALEX ROSE
Horror clichés & solid filmmaking do battle in director Mike Flanagan’s new flick, Oculus, starring Doctor Who’s Karen Gillan.
Hirokazu Koreeda’s award-winning film Like Father, Like Son explores paternal love and family.
We spoke to Cinema Politica’s director of programming, Ezra Winton, about their 10-year anniversary event and book launch.
We spoke to the actor/director & Tom à la ferme playwright Michel Marc Bouchard.
by MALCOLM FRASER
The local director’s latest, Que ta joie demeure, is a poetic and avant-garde exploration of factory life.
Check out these flicks on the big screen throughout the month of April.
We spoke to Cinémathèque québécoise programming director Fabrice Montal about this year’s Bright Nights festival.
by Tomer Shavit
We spoke to local award-winning filmmakers about how their high-risk creative pursuits made it to Hollywood.
The director’s latest film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, is as intricate and symmetrical as ever. But it also managed to surprise us.
We watched Nymphomaniac, and it’s decidedly not sexy.
* CKUT spring cleaning sale
* The Student Diaries at Dawson College
* Invisible Lines at Eastern Bloc
* Que ta joie demeure & The Husband at the Phi Centre
* Yamantaka // Sonic Titan play Il Motore
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