An interview with Denis Villeneuve
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Politicking as performance art
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City & Life
We spoke Chris Lloyd, the independent candidate for Papineau who trolled the Conservative Party for years.
MNAs are eating $54 meals today while teachers brown-bag it on the picket line.
The anger of 550,000 public sector employees is palpable as Quebec slashes their funding in favour of government salaries.
From legit protest statements to juvenile hijinx, Montrealers are doing all kinds of things to election signs.
False information is being spread by random racists, bad reporters, Harper Conservatives and the people who repost them.
We school the PM, whose faux sympathy and blinders to Syria's reality are reflected by anti-refugee, pro-bombing policies.
François Blais says that parents shouldn't bring children to protests, even when the issue is kids' education.
The full festival line-up is here, with more bands, programming for Film POP, Art POP and POP Symposium plus the new Resto-POP-UP.
The Liberal and Conservative parties have reacted in very different ways to vitriolic comments made by their candidates.
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Music & NightLife
CJLO’s FUNdrive wraps with a show featuring local bands playing all 17 tracks off MuchMusic's iconic 1997 compilation.
Post-punk, techno and indie rock legends PLUS a local country band with a classic sound, West Coast stoner rock, Columbian metal and more.
The second annual outdoor event brought some big-time bands and enthusiastic crowds to the campus of Laval's Collège Montmorency.
The 411 on Hip Hop Don't Stop and MRCY, the big rap events happening in Montreal this weekend.
All about the Varning fest of heaviosity PLUS album launches, CJLO funding drive shows and more gigs to get to this week.
We spoke to the Montreal band about their new album Times Infinity Vol. 1 and their 20th anniversary event.
15 festival highlights feat. coup-de-coeur rappers, a legend that stunk it up, the great band-name controversy and the mind-blowing, bone-rattling sets we'll never forget.
Giorgio Moroder, Cannibal Ox, the Orb, Barbara Lynn, Heat, Bully, the Smiffs, Saxsyndrum, Big Brave & more from POP days 3 to 5.
The Barr Brothers, Braids, Ought, BA Johnston, Chuggo, Country, Coeur de Pirate, Suuns & more from days 1 and 2 of POP.
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Film & TV
Director Jon Watts on his latest film, a thriller that pits a pair of 10-year-olds against a nasty small-town sheriff.
Our review of Ridley Scott's all-star Mars film, which is pretty different from Interstellar despite the surface similarities.
Highlights of the MIBFF, happening at various theatres through Oct. 4.
Montreal's prestigious fall film fest has announced its programming today. See the highlights here.
The director talks about his new cartel film Sicario, and his next major project: the sequel to Blade Runner.
Quebec director Denis Villeneuve teases a fascinating film out of what could've been a generic crime thriller.
Too many years of playing pirates makes it hard to take Johnny Depp seriously as Boston gang kingpin James "Whitey" Bulger in 'Black Mass.'
Our final TIFF report for 2015 takes a look at the charismatic, tough-talking leader of a Vancouver Sikh gang in Deepa Mehta's 'Beeba Boys'
Today's TIFF report checks out Jason Bateman's dysfunctional family outing 'The Family Fang,' the technically dazzling one-take youth mischief flick 'Victoria' and a rote but loving look at a retro music subculture in 1970's England in 'Northern Soul.'
Today's TIFF report looks at the tense war movie 'Kilo Two Bravo,' the escaping-from-cops thriller 'River,' and a family dealing with grief in the witty drama 'Louder Than Bombs.'
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Arts & Culture
We spoke to the team behind the Mile Ex space, a new go-to spot for art, music, film, killer parties and more.
We chat with Brian Cross aka B+ of Mochilla about hip hop and photography ahead of his POP Montreal events this week.
Starchild Stela and Zuzu Knew have curated an exhibition of affirmative femininity and radical softness.
Nine Montreal indie gaming studios will demo their projects and give a symposium on music and gaming at this week's POP Montreal.
With jokes that touch on topics like pedophilia, abortion and racism, Heti puts audiences at the edge of their comfort zone.
It's a huge week in the arts this week as the galleries rumble back to life after summer break and welcome September's biennial Mois de la Photo.
An exhibition of the artist's work is on this week at Monastiraki.
The annual World Press Photo Exhibit begins, plus two outdoor pop-up galleries and a lively weekend at the Belgo.
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Food & Drink
We indulged in some of the finger-licking grungy goodness served up at this rock 'n' roll oasis on Duluth.
The Griffintown restaurant is curated to near-perfection by a team of prestigious Montreal chefs and entrepreneurs.
Beef, bacon, baby-back ribs, lamb, sturgeon, lentils, lobster, cheese curds, chorizo — we ate it all, and more.
Starting tomorrow, restaurants across Montreal will be serving decadent signature burgers for eight days. See the details here.
Six Quebec beers to check out at this year’s Mondial de la bière festival, which continues through Sunday.
Mondial de la Bière's "off" programming features special beers at different microbreweries every day this week.
We spoke to Vince Morena, co-owner of perennial Best of MTL winner St-Viateur Bagel, about expansion, contraction and the retention of a winning formula.
Your skepticism is understood, but in this city of underwhelming attempts at the Italian-American staple, Pizza Jarry's specialty slices are a revelation.
Our report on the Concordia Ghetto restaurant that's been serving low-cost, high-quality Middle Eastern grub for 21 years.