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Things to Do in Montreal: August 1-7

August happily arrives in Montreal to the tune of Osheaga’s three-day outdoor music festival alongside even more festivals filling the city with music, film, good food, and a fair amount of dancing in the streets…

The Fantasia Film Fest Ventures Far & Wide

Few film festivals do what the Fantasia International Film Festival manages to do: bringing hundreds of hard-to-find international and local oddities to the big screen, all in one place, all in the span of three weeks…

Things to do in Montreal in July

Ah, July in Montreal… the height of heat, terrasse parties and festival season in our fair city. It’s the month you wish would last forever, mainly so you could fit everything there is to do in! Read on for a look at some of the fun that’s not to be missed…

Montreal Digital Spring Electrifies

Montreal’s reputation as a hub for all things digital is about to become even more well-known with the launch of the first Montreal Digital Spring festival. The city’s digital arts and culture community – from artists to video game designers – unites to present 77 new cutting-edge experiences in electronic art and music…

Count down with The Clock at the MACM

A 24-hour video art piece? It may sound like torture, but in the hands of Californian artist Christian Marclay it’s a masterpiece that’s so entertaining, you might never want to leave…

Quebec on Screen at Rendez-vous du Cinéma Québécois 2014

For 32 years, film festival Rendez-vous du Cinéma Québécois has shown us Quebec through the eyes of those who know the culture best and turn it into cinematic art. This year’s festival, February 20 to March 1, screens over 300 new films, from big-budget features to experimental shorts, shown at several centrally-located cinemas, including the Cinematheque Québécoise and the Grande Bibliothèque…

Things to Do in Montreal: September 27-October 3

There’s no shortage of entertainment and creativity this week in Montreal, starting with the hot bands and equally hot people of music festival Pop Montreal, and moving into innovative international circus and dance shows, film screenings, and three days of free, family-friendly arts and culture activities at  Journées de la Culture…

Lepage to Jodorowsky: Festival du Nouveau Cinema 2013

One of the best, most diverse film festivals in the city, the Festival du Nouveau Cinéma is much like Montreal itself: cutting-edge and creative, exciting yet relaxed, intelligent and sexy. The 42nd edition of the festival, running October 9-20, not only brings almost 300 new films from around the world to multiple screens around the city, but hosts discussions, parties, a professional conference, and free outdoor screenings…

Things to Do in Montreal: August 23–29

Even during some of summer’s most relaxing days, Montreal keeps the entertainment factor high. This week, visit a genuine New-France marketplace, see new films from internationally-acclaimed filmmakers, marvel at world-class art exhibitions, and rock out to live music…

Behind the Drone Lens: Le Mois de la Photo

The latest edition of major international photography festival Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal tackles the high-tech and contentious issue of the camera taking on a life of its own, especially when it comes to drone photography. British curator Paul Wombell directs the 13th edition of the biennale, September 5–October 5, under the theme of Drone: The Automated Image, featuring 25 though-provoking shows at 14 sites around the city…