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We spoke to the filmmaker and cast about bringing a tough immigration tale to the screen.
Rose Byrne, Mark Wahlberg and some amazing kids star in the true story of writer/director Sean Anders’ own family.
The Crimes of Grindelwald was written solely by Rowling, and she really ought to have stuck to books.
As the Rencontres internationales du documentaire de Montréal winds down, we look at three films screening over the weekend.
Documentaries about iconoclastic Québec director André Forcier and murder in Mexico screen as part of RIDM today and tomorrow.
Our Screen Team reviews five films screening at the documentary film fest over the next few days.
A great cast and one of the coolest female-led franchises are done a huge disservice in the new Dragon Tattoo film.
Montreal director Alexandre Franchi tells us about his deeply personal second feature and the difficulties of making a film starring people with facial differences in 2018.
Our Screen Team recommends four films screening over the next few days.
Julius Avery’s quasi-zombie movie shamelessly harnesses the horrors of WWII.
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Made in MTL
70s bohemian filmmakers make a bid for the exploitation dollar in the Montreal-shot East End Hustle.
Ewan McGregor and Ashley Judd star in the strangely pretentious Eye of the Beholder.
Wild Thing paints urban centres (depicted here as industrial Griffintown) as crime-ridden hellholes.
The Score is a basic heist story set in the most filmed part of the city.
Wim Wenders tried to capitalize on the popularity of the format in an awkward drama starring James Franco.
Isn’t She Great stars Bette Midler as the author of a book that sold a shitload of copies.
Shadows in an Empty Room is a poliziotteschi treasure trove.
There are almost as many familiar locations in this yuletide sequel as there are epic strings of profanity.
France/Quebec coproduction Fatal is kind of like Ali G, but shittier.
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We spoke to series creator and costar Jared Keeso ahead of this weekend's live show in Montreal.
We spoke to the producers and star of The Mick.
The festival's awards gala & Eat My Shorts film screening attracted some of the world's greatest comedy talents to Montreal.
We caught up with the TV producer, actor and comic ahead of his Just for Laughs show this week.
Series co-creator Mark Frost on the show's return and the clues and fresh mysteries embedded in his book
Mistakes Were Made creator Shanna Roberts Salée on the challenge of mounting a local anglo webseries.
We spoke to Tracey Deer, the co-creator of APTN series Mohawk Girls, about making a show for two audiences.
The great American comic and actor opines on offensive stand-up and talks about the return of Mr. Show.
We spoke to the ubiquitous Chicago comedian about ascending the comedy ladder.
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The Pixel Fix
Nine Montreal indie gaming studios will demo their projects and give a symposium on music and gaming at this week's POP Montreal.
Political, queer, inclusive games like Nicki Homaj, Idle No More: Blockade and Cunt Touch This are showcased at Princess of Arcade.
The Electronic Sports World Cup 2015 Final is about to drop.
We checked out Game On, the travelling interactive exhibit that opened last week at the Montreal Science Centre,
We spoke to Paloma Dawkins about her new game, a psychedelic stroll through a colourful field full of pulsating and wiggling plantlife.
We spoke to one of the founders of this weekend's inaugural Montreal Independent Games Festival.
We spoke to one of the founders of GamePlay Space, a new gathering spot and workplace for designers and developers in Montreal.
The annual gaming festival organized by our local libraries begins tomorrow, Saturday, Feb. 21.
The Montreal chapter of the International Game Developer Association held their annual demo event last night. Here are the highlights.