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.
by ALEX ROSE
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.
by JOHNSON CUMMINS
Music festivals, promoter anniversary shows, single launches, rare duos, scenester heartthrobs = major dilemma. PLUS even more shows through the weekend & beyond..
The Montreal singer and musician best known for Miracle Fortress makes his live debut with Inside Touch at the Passovah music fest tonight.
We spoke to director Stéphane Lafleur about his new black & white fable Tu dors Nicole, starring Julianne Côté, Catherine St-Laurent and Marc-André Grondin.
by PETER WHEELAND
If this had been a student, would he have been beaten, pepper-sprayed and arrested?
Mafia comedy from the old country, a French auteur's swan song, a follow-up to a landmark AIDS movie, an obscure 'stan country's biggest cinematic expenditure ever & more highlights of the MWFF.
Sponsor losses and funding cuts are superficial wounds. What's really bleeding this festival dry is a problem at its core: it's painfully old-fashioned.
by LISA SPROULL
Runway action, DJs, bands and dancers occupy Place des Festivals today, Aug. 20, through Aug. 23.
by Michael Sallot
The duo has left Kingston and left behind their small-town angst, following the transient trend that inspired their latest LP, For Those Who Stay.
Monday's ransacking of city hall seriously hurt the cause of Quebec municipal workers protesting Bill 3. Only one move could start to repair the damage.
Vernissages + shows closing and ongoing in the city's galleries and museums.
* Boyhood & Slums at Cinéma du Parc
* Future Islands & Operators play Metropolis
* Extreme labour doc Workingman’s Death screens at Place de la Paix
* Florida’s Set and Setting play with Atsuko Chiba and Christ (!) at Casa
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