We spoke with Bo Burnham about his too-close-for-comfort directorial debut.
This critically acclaimed film reminds us that love is love, human is human.
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, an indie dramedy in the Garden State (and even Catcher in the Rye) mold, revels in the pedestrian growing pains of bourgeois nerds.
Set in Quebec City, 1987 is a hilarious coming of age movie that hits close to home, and reserves most of its cheese for the power ballads and butt-rock on the soundtrack.
Canada’s Bryan Lee O’Malley took four years to follow up his smash hit & its film adaptation. Seconds has a female lead, and a plot couched in autobiographical irony.
We spoke to Hidden Cameras singer Joel Gibb about the band’s new album & its polar opposite: the all-star Canadiana record he’ll release next year.
Cinéma du Parc’s new programme We Are Young! addresses the many trials associated with the evolution to adulthood, through coming of age films.