by ALEX ROSE
Recontres internationales du documentaire de Montréal presents movies on a huge range of subjects, Nov. 12–23. See our highlights here.
by KAYLA MARIE HILLIER
We spoke to Hunter S. Thompson collaborator Ralph Steadman and the director of a new doc about him, For No Good Reason.
by SCREEN TEAM
Pascal Plante's debut feature is not what it seems PLUS more films screening today and tomorrow at the Festival du nouveau cinéma.
David Ayer’s ultra-macho WWII movie is brutal. But as one of the few films about a tank crew ever made, it has built-in appeal.
Heaven Adores You celebrates the music and not-so-dark life of the late singer-songwriter PLUS more screening this weekend at the Festival du nouveau cinéma.
Our take on Maxime Giroux's very Mile End tale & more films screening today/tomorrow at the Festival du nouveau cinéma.
Simon Gaudreau's disturbing cinéma verité doc Fucké & perverse Belgian/Queb rom-com Je suis à toi screen today at the Festival du nouveau cinéma,
Our critics weigh in on local movie Gurov et Anna and more screening today at the Festival du nouveau cinéma.
The Festival du nouveau cinéma has begun. Our Screen Team is on it.
All you need to know about the ’80s-styled thriller The Guest is that it’s a great bit of fun. Anything more might ruin its surprises.
In Kill the Messenger, Renner rises above most of his post-Hurt Locker roles — he's been the shirtless superhero dude for too long.
We chat with the head honchos of the Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies, offering weekly university-level theory classes on a stigmatized genre of cinema.
* La Braderie de la Mode begins at Bonsecours Market
* Santropol Roulant’s annual Harvest Gala
* Chocolat record launch at la Vitrola
* Spasm Film Festival launches with Sexe
* Contrôle house/techno night at StereoBar
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