…and his current production, Blade Runner 2049.
Ahead of his Blade Runner sequel, the Quebec director helms an impressive emo sci-fi film.
* See Denis Villeneuve’s Sicario
* Triple vernissage at Centre Clark
* Bottom 2 the Top rap battle/show by the Real City Battle League
* Leon Bridges plays the Corona Theatre
* Alt dance night at Datcha
The director talks about his new cartel film Sicario, and his next major project: the sequel to Blade Runner.
Quebec director Denis Villeneuve teases a fascinating film out of what could’ve been a generic crime thriller.
It’s been 25 years since the massacre of 14 women at Université de Montréal’s engineering school, and the killer’s BS still permeates our discourse.
* Affinity Point at Cinémathèque québécoise
* Check out Enemy or Need for Speed
* Top Rankin at Inspecteur Épingle
* WeFunk Radio present sweet tunes at le Bleury Bar à Vinyle
* Soirée de danse à ton goût at Café Atomic
We spoke to Denis Villeneuve about his latest film Enemy, starring Jake Gyllenhaal.
Quebec’s new Charter of Values is on everyone’s mind today, but there is good news coming out of our province, too. Seriously.
Kim Nguyen’s War Witch (Rebelle) has just got a nomination for best foreign film at the Oscars. We spoke to him minutes after the announcement to get perspective on the film, its chances and the supposed crisis in Quebec cinema.