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Non-Stop Action, Amazing Animation and Rare Films at Fantasia

The Fantasia International Film Festival, now in its 19th edition, has earned itself a world-wide reputation for bringing the most bizarre, bloody and rare action, horror and animation films to Montréal every summer – but the fest also peddles in comedy, B-movies and even the occasional sentimental stand-out for the faint of heart. Whether you’re a seasoned film fan or just want to see a seriously memorable movie, the 2015 edition of Fantasia, July 14 to August 4, lives up to the challenge: choose among 135 feature films and 300 shorts from around the world. High-budget explosive action movies from Hong Kong, Japan, China and South Korea (see Choi Dong-hoon’s Assassination, Kung Fu Killer, Golden Cane Warrior, Robbery and more) rub shoulders with shoestring features from Uganda (Who Killed Captain Alex?), wild comedies (like iPhone-filmed Tangerine) and documentaries (from the emotionally complex inspiration Thor to karate-master unveiling The Real Miyagi). Animation films many years in the making (see Hajime Isayama’s Attack on Titan, which is this year’s official closing film, opening film Miss Hokusai, On the White Planet and Teana: 10,000 Years Later) screen alongside new sensations such as horror-comedies Cooties (starring Elijah Wood and Rainn Wilson) and SXSW official… / Read More →

RIDM: The Montreal International Documentary Festival

“Can you paint an odour? What does outer space smell like? Does the smell of saffron make us fall in love?” The nose, as they say, knows. These and many other curious questions are at the heart of the whimsical and sensual documentary film “Le Nez (The Empire of Scents)” by Montreal filmmaker Kim Nguyen, which will open the 17th edition of the Rencontres internationales du documentaire (RIDM) with its world premiere…

Cinemania? Oui merci!

On the eve of its 20th anniversary edition, Cinemania is one of the Fall’s most anticipated film events – and it couldn’t be more quintessentially Montreal. The film festival unites the best of French-language cinema every year and shows them with English subtitles. Mais oui!

Wild Worlds at the Festival du Nouveau Cinema 2014

Cool and cutting-edge, Montreal’s Festival du Nouveau Cinéma showcases hundreds of the latest and most exciting creations in international, Canadian and Quebecois film, from famed directors and big-name stars to experimental auteurs and emerging artists…

Illuminating Cinema at the Montreal World Film Festival

Cinema lovers and anyone looking for new perspectives on our ever-changing world flock to the Montreal World Film Festival to discover new, challenging and artistically-inclined film, all screened in the heart of downtown Montreal…

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…