by SCREEN TEAM
Our critics review documentaries about Hayao Miyazaki and American actor, Vietnam vet & gentle giant Ronnie Hall, screening this weekend at RIDM.
by ALEX ROSE
AND a TV pilot. We spoke to the teams behind Dope Ass World and Dépflies, vying for the CBC's ComedyCoup competition win.
by MUSIC TEAM
Part 1 of our coverage of the local music scene festival M for Montreal.
Mockingjay Part 1 feels like a segment of a binge-watching session rather than a standalone film. But it still has its merits.
We've picked out some of the most interesting screenings at image + nation, which runs through Nov. 30.
by JOHNSON CUMMINS
Hardcore legends, thrash vets, local LP launches, M for Montreal, doomy metal obliteration (with godspeed!) & more Montreal gigs to destroy your ears and guts.
Reviews of films screening today at RIDM including God Save Justin Trudeau — about an actual Liberal vs. Conservative boxing match.
by LISA SPROULL
Japanese design, intoxicating black & white photos and artist talks galore are on our radar as must-sees in the arts scene this week.
This web series about a four-piece indie pop band looks pretty fucking funny. Check it out.
by PETER WHEELAND
The oil industry's sales pitch for the East Energy project has leaked. Here's how they intend to sway our "distinct nation."
Our critics weigh in on an American music film (that's not quite a documentary) and a Quebec meditation of artwork, screening this week at the RIDM festival.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
There'll be a little M for Magic in the bars and clubs this week as M for Montreal takes over. Here are our picks for the best of the fest.
Reviews of two very different movies — one about the aftermath of a war, the other a portrait of a great filmmaker — screening at the documentary festival.
We spoke to the locally connected Toronto composer, singer and musician about how soundtrack work gave way to a solo music project.
by KYLE MULLIN
With eclectic influences, powerful songcraft and a soft touch, this Montreal band wrestles alt-folk from a legion of bearded banjo bros.
Our critics review a couple of films playing this weekend and on Monday at the documentary festival.
by DARCY MACDONALD
We spoke to Ghislain Poirier about his dark techno / deep house project.
by JESSICA SAMMUT AND LISA SPROULL
Two Montreal companies unite creativity, community and charity.
* Phi Centre screens 2014′s best international short films
* Les Grands Ballets Canadiens’s The Nutcracker opens at Place des Arts
* Island Frequencies show/party at Casa del Popolo
* Three Six Mafia’s Juicy J plays Olympia
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