From the best big names to the obscure acts that may have passed below your radar, these are the people you want to see to make the most this weekend’s experience.
How does new vegan and gluten-free bakery Sophie Sucrée stand up against its peers? Cult MTL ate a lot of pastries to find out.
Jeff Miller checks out Rachel Kushner’s much-hyped second novel, The Flamethrowers, a picaresque novel about art, love and revolution.
Here’s the theatre that’s heated up the stage at the 2013 Fringe Festival so far.
Comic artist Lisa Hanawalt draws boobs, butts and poop, anthropomorphized animals, and a ton of other totally inappropriate shit in her hilarious and beautifully rendered collection My Dirty Dumb Eyes.
Alex Cox’s 1984 cult classic Repo Man has just been released by Criterion in one of their typically sweet packages.
Wrong, the latest from French filmmaker and musician Quentin Dupieux, is one of the most ridiculous films I’ve seen in recent memory—in a good way.
The latest films from Michel Gondry and the Miyazaki clan are fun, strange stories.
Shane Carruth’s surreal brain-bender Upstream Color, screening for a short run at the PHI Centre, is an uncanny, beautiful and breathtaking cinematic experience.
La Piadineria specializes in made-to-order Italian street food, with ingredients straight from the motherland — pleasing a gourmet palate for less than $10.