A fiery leaders debate, a swindler set free, activists climbing Mount Royal & more in our news round-up.
by MALCOLM FRASER
We watched Nymphomaniac, and it’s decidedly not sexy.
by KAYLA MARIE HILLIER
We spoke to local filmmakers about 100% T-Shirt, a documentary that explores the history and politics of a wardrobe staple.
We spoke to one of the dumpster divers from the Found Footage Festival ahead of their stop in Montreal.
by SHANNON TIEN
A party this weekend will mark Archive Montreal's 15th anniversary & raise funds to refurbish their art vending machines.
We documented some of the art & anger on Montreal's streets.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
En Masse fetes their fifth anniversary with a show of new work at Station 16, Full Circle. We spoke to Jason Botkin about where their magic comes from.
by PETER WHEELAND
Exploiting anti-Muslim fear-mongering puts the péquistes in the same camp as Tea Party Republicans and France's Front National.
We spoke to local director Patrick O’Connor about his new documentary Freights which explores freight writer graffiti subculture.
We spoke to creator Tobin Dalrymple about Julio & Carol, a documentary that explores the relationship between the famous author Julio Cortázar and Montreal artist Carol Dunlop.
by Sarah Deshaies
Jeff Gandell's Fringe Festival hit The Balding gets a remount at Mainline Theatre this week.
by Kristi Kouchakji
The widely seen video has been presented as evidence of francophones' hatred of English-speakers. But it actually exposes a much more real, serious problem with our province.
by MIKEY B RISHWAIN
Mikey partied too hard on the 3rd day at SXSW, but that didn't prevent him from appreciating a couple of dozen bands, 2 of which were his best-of-the-fest. Photos by Ellie Pritts.
We speak to the celebrity chef about Black Crab, the shoe he designed with local street wear boutique Off the Hook.
Actor Mike Paterson and director Paul Flicker discuss the new local production of David Mamet's masterpiece.
The craziest video of 2014, Holy Fuck's first song in four years & more new tracks and videos.
Sparrow's annual sugar shack brunch is back, promising high-quality farm-fresh ingredients & vegetarian options.
We spoke to Denis Villeneuve about his latest film Enemy, starring Jake Gyllenhaal.
* Montreal Improv grads showcase their skills
* Rae Spoon & Ivan Coyote launch Gender Failure
* Human Human play Cabaret du Mile End
* David J plays Katacombes
* Mistaken for Strangers at the Phi Centre
* Factory Floor at le Belmont
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