by ALEX ROSE
The Norman Jewison-directed Jane Fonda vehicle depicts a side of our city that's rarely seen in English films.
David Cronenberg shot three films here in the late '70s, but Montreal got the most screen time in Rabid.
Montreal was the stage for the 2012 adaptation of the Jack Kerouac classic On the Road, a movie you may have already forgotten.
Michael Hoffman's Some Girls is equal parts syrupy Spielbergian holiday fantasy and lowbrow horndog comedy. But the backstory (if it's true) is intriguing.
William Shatner and a few other (better) actors star in 1982's Visiting Hours, another marvel from the Tax Shelter era of Canadian cinema.
Our series exploring Montreal-shot movies delves into The Bone Collector, a 1999 thriller co-starring Jolie and Denzel Washington as NYC cops after a serial killer.
Our series exploring Montreal-shot films tackles House of Versace, starring Gina Gershon and a load of local actors doing terrible Italian accents.
Our series exploring Montreal-shot movies examines an amazingly terrible spoof comedy, 2001: A Space Travesty.
Our series exploring Montreal-shot movies tackles Quebec director Christian Duguay’s incredibly pretentious Wesley Snipes vehicle, The Art of War.
Our series exploring Montreal-shot movies tackles Bryan Singer’s latest, X-Men: Days of Future Past.
Our series exploring Montreal-shot movies tackles Vincent Perez’s The Secret, starring David Duchovny and Olivia Thirlby.
Our series exploring Montreal-shot movies tackles Clooney’s debut, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, which is more memorable for the gossip it generated than the film itself.
* See It Follows while you still can
* Travesties at the Segal Centre
* Artist Yinka Shonibare speaks at the Phi Centre
* Comedian Brad MacDonald headlines at Blue Dog
* Commander Clark at Casa del Popolo
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