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.
* Drink and Draw at Blue Dog
* Taxi Driver at the Cinémathèque
* Poetry Night at Kafein
* Tachno Tuesdays at Burrito Buracho
* Stand Back comedy at NDQ
* Joan Baez at Maison Symphonique
* Classic Czech animation at the Cinémathèque Québécoise
* Lebanese Film Festival in Canada
* Sad Baxter, BBQT and Prime Junk play Brasserie Beaubien
*Synthwave night at Bar la Shop
* Mile Ex End music fest day 1
*OSM presents a free screening
*Jean Cocteau’s Orpheus, screens at Cinémathèque
Femmes, Femmes presents an eclectic range of work that sheds new light on the history of cinema.
*The Formula 1 Grand Prix Race
*The Mural party on St-Laurent continues with Childish Grandprixno
*Miss Representation screens at the Redpath Museum
*The Cinémathèque presents a David Lynch double bill
*Québécoise rapper Donzelle plays a free show for Francos music fest
*The 12th edition of Next Music From Tokyo
*Post- Pouzza Blues show at Barfly
*Screening of Gus Van Sant film Milk
*Nice Jacket EP launch at la Vitrola
*Delirium: A poetry and art showcase
We review documentaries about American killing sprees and the scoring of a 1970s daredevil feat.
The Cinémathèque québécoise’s Fête du cinéma screens a wide range of great movies, and it’s cheap, too.
Over 150 events are happening as part of an event designed to connect the city’s science, industry and art worlds.