We spoke with director Patrice Laliberté and lead actor Guillaume Laurin about the lean, mean survivalist thriller.
Podz and the two leading men from his new film spoke to us about making a Montreal Mafia movie.
We spoke with the stars of Robin Aubert’s new homegrown, award-winning zombie movie.
Some award hopefuls, a homegrown zombie movie, Harry Dean Stanton’s swan song and a major disappointment round out the last stretch of FNC.
A feature interview with the actor about his directorial debut, Goon: Last of the Enforcers.
Figures from Montreal’s music, film, nightlife and restaurant scenes took to the pitch yesterday, ahead of July’s charity soccer tourney, GOAL MTL.
Local director Stéphane Lafleur has made a coming of age film containing none of the genre’s clichés, and its tonal similarity to his previous work only makes it better.
We spoke to director Stéphane Lafleur about his new black & white fable Tu dors Nicole, starring Julianne Côté, Catherine St-Laurent and Marc-André Grondin.
We speak to Denis Côté about his latest film Vic +Flo ont vu un ours, which manages to be both accessible and visionary.
The 18th edition of Cinemania brings the best of francophone cinema to our town, with English subtitles for the bilingually challenged to boot. We humbly offer our top picks from the fest.