Justine Smith sat down with the Mexican filmmaker to discuss his work while he’s in Montreal for a retrospective of his films at the Cinémathèque.
We spoke to Jennifer Alleyn and Emmanuel Schwartz about offering a rare portrait of the creative process in her new documentary.
Rose Byrne, Mark Wahlberg and some amazing kids star in the true story of writer/director Sean Anders’ own family.
A great cast and one of the coolest female-led franchises are done a huge disservice in the new Dragon Tattoo film.
Melissa McCarthy and Richard E. Grant star as friends and accomplices in Marielle Heller’s film.
An interview with Laura Bari about her film, which takes place between Argentina and Montreal.
Justine Smith’s second and final dispatch from the Festival de cinéma de la Ville de Québec outlines several must-sees directed by women.
Josephine Decker’s latest is audacious and poetic, but also frustrating.
Justine Smith is in Québec City for the 8th edition of their film festival, featuring the homegrown fest opener, a wild animated film and a screening of a classic that has perhaps aged poorly.
Despite its litany of flaws, the film has its high points and the franchise retains potential.