Protesters kettled during the 2012 student strike will have their day in court, as will the city, which is pressing charges against another group of protesters. PLUS Ginette Reno scores one for the Bell Centre.
by MALCOLM FRASER
We spoke to director Ari Folman (Waltz With Bashir) about his new film, The Congress, starring Robin Wright
by ROXANE HUDON
Starred Up, screening in Montreal tonight and tomorrow, is all Brit, grit and gangstas.
by ALEX ROSE
We spoke to the Canadian talent behind Ben’s at Home, premiering at the World Film Festival, about how a challenge to make a cheap film yielded great results.
by ERIK LEIJON
Matt LeGroulx plays his last show as Expwy tonight, so we spoke to him about the new/final Expwy record, his other music projects and the hazards of smooth jazz.
by JOHNSON CUMMINS
The Wings of Metal festival is nearly upon us + more to see and hear at the bars and concert halls this weekend.
A big show went down at Place Emilie-Gamelin last night to mark the launch of POP Montreal's festival program, feat. A Tribe Called Red, AroarA, Pierre Kwenders & Masala DJs.
by LISA SPROULL
We got a sneak peek at Cabane à Sucre, a collection of work by some of Montreal's top artists.
by PETER WHEELAND
The inquiry into construction corruption and organized crime returns with its season premiere next week. Let's see what hijinks France, Tony & the gang get up to this year.
The whole line-up has dropped. See who's playing the 13th edition of the festival (Sept. 17-21) here.
by NATALIA YANCHAK
Local supergroup / tribute band Tommy Youngsteen play an all-Petty show the night prior to the real thing's descent on the Bell Centre. In Mile End. For a fraction of the price.
Our series exploring Montreal-shot films tackles House of Versace, starring Gina Gershon and a load of local actors doing terrible Italian accents.
by CAILE DONALDSON
Photos and words in the wake of Saturday night's show at Drones Club.
A peek at some of the street art and local designs on the runway and in pop-up boutiques as past of last week's fashion fest downtown.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
The Jewish Music Festival champions diversity in its programming and its reach.
A new documentary by Jean-Nicolas Orhon takes a different view of slums, connecting dots between Quebec, India, France, Morocco and the U.S.
Jay Baruchel accepted the ice bucket challenge. "You won't BELIEVE what happened next." (Just watch the video.)
Local director Stéphane Lafleur has made a coming of age film containing none of the genre's clichés, and its tonal similarity to his previous work only makes it better.
* Halloween Anti-Austerity March
* Thriller Zombie Dance
* Halloween parties at bars & clubs
* Art events today & tomorrow
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