Reviews and pics from the fifth edition of the Toronto music fest presented by Arts & Crafts.
We spoke to Hunter S. Thompson collaborator Ralph Steadman and the director of a new doc about him, For No Good Reason.
See what’s on the big screen in July, from the big blockbusters to the art house auteurs to Montreal’s super-fun summer film fest.
The third issue of street-centric publication Flaneur, which focuses on one Mile End street, launches this week.
We spoke to director Michel Gondry about his documentary Is the Man Who Is Tall Happy?, an animated conversation with Noam Chomsky.
* My Playwright Sister, Human Traffic Jam & Iredea at the Fringe
* Dead Obies play the FrancoFolies music fest
* Heart of Friday Night all-star tribute to Tom Waits
* Candyass Cabaret beach party at Café Cleopatra
* Afro-Night at la Marché à Coté
The Fantasia International Film Festival begins on July 17. See the first wave of programming here.
Richard Ayoade’s (The IT Crowd, Submarine) sophomore feature-length film The Double is one of the best things we’ve watched all year.
We spoke to Lateef Martin, co-creator of Z’Isle, about the Montreal-set post-apocalyptic comic, launching this week.
We spoke to Lez Spread the Word founder and president Florence Gagnon about the upcoming launch of the first season of Féminin/féminin.