We spoke to the director and lead actor from Quand l’amour se creuse un trou about walking fine lines.
We spoke to Sophie Dupuis about finding the right neighbourhood and the best cast for her debut film.
We spoke to director Karl Lemieux about Maudite Poutine.
Commentary on the closure of the Plateau’s art-house cinema.
We spoke to the team behind this delightful post-apocalyptic sci-fi film, a first-feature project that took root at a certain local festival.
Despite climaxing dramatically between two Montreal metros and featuring a decent cast, this 1997 film suffers from glacial pacing, terrible accents and too many wigs.
Jessica Paré is one of three women circling poor Josh Hartnett in this 2004 remake of French thriller L’appartement, shot in Little Italy and NDG.
The Norman Jewison-directed Jane Fonda vehicle depicts a side of our city that’s rarely seen in English films.
We chat with Médiafilm’s Martin Bilodeau about what to expect from this weekend’s annual CinéBazar.
The Montreal director known for his films about music makes a mainstream comeback with Boychoir.