The tag line for this year’s Image+Nation film festival is “Around the world in 10 days” – which is perfect for gays who appreciate international travel, but have a close-to-home budget. With over twenty documentaries highlighting LGBT human rights, complex struggles with body image, lesbian feminist history, queer culture and the overlooked “B” in LGBT, you are guaranteed access to a world that might be unfamiliar. But the festival is not just about queer celluloid. It is also the opportunity to mingle with like-minded folks who appreciate cinema, creativity and glasses of wine.
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This weekend promises to be spooktacular in Montreal. We’ve got plenty of Halloween parties to release the inner ghoul. But if dressing up as a zombie or as Antoine Dodson doesn’t do it for you, there are plenty of other things to do this weekend in Montreal.
One of the greatest things about Montreal is the diversity in activities that one can do. For instance, this weekend you can go from a Zen poetry reading on Friday night to a monster truck rally on Saturday night. And then on Sunday you might find yourself getting a massage in a nineteen century cavern or studying the threads of Montreal’s most famous fashion designer. Curious? Check out what to do this weekend in Montreal.
After 23 years of cutting-edge queer film programming, the Image+Nation Film Festival has established itself as not only one of Montreal’s most provocative cinematic events, but also as one of the top LGBT film festivals in North America. This year the festival runs from October 28 until November 7, and promises to be as diverse and stimulating (and campy!) as ever. Here are six movies that the Image+Nation Film Festival will feature.
This weekend in Montreal will be visually stimulating. Between film, art, parties and ghosts, your eyes are going to be VERY happy. Here are ten things to do this weekend in Montreal.
This weekend in Montreal is going to be sexy. With internationally acclaimed entertainer Scarlett James bringing her sensual burlesque festival back for locals and visitors, if there is a sudden temperature change in the city, it ain’t El Niño. It’s the body temperature of an audience gettin’ all hot and bothered. We’ve got burlesque, art, cinema, food and even some quirky karaoke for you this weekend.
Montreal’s Festival du Nouveau Cinema (FNC) exists to highlight the most original and innovative achievements in film and new media. After 38 years of stellar programming, the 2010 festival is guaranteed to be visually amazing, while offering fascinating stories from around the globe.
“Weekend getaways are like a quick shower for the soul.” This is the sentiment that a friend once expressed to me. And I couldn’t agree more. If your soul is needing a cleaning, then perhaps this weekend could be your perfect opportunity to rejuvenate in Montreal. See a movie. Listen to some music. Slow dance. Check out our nine recommendations on what you can do this weekend in Montreal.
If the end of August rhymes with back to school frenzy for parents, to movie buffs it is synonymous with the kickoff of the Montreal World Film Festival. From August 26 to September 6, the MWFF, celebrating its 34th anniversary this year, will present 430 films hailing from 80 countries across the globe. For the occasion, more than 600 000 film enthusiasts flock to the festival’s venues in thirst of cultural diversity, international talent and innovative cinema. French film icon, Gerard Dépardieu, will also be in town for this year’s MWFF, giving a master class to share his perspective on the 7th art.
Buenos Aires, 2008– A priceless treasure is discovered in a forgotten corner: A complete 16mm version of Fritz Lang’s Metropolis, the most important masterpiece of the German Expressionism movement and the most expensive silent film ever made. Montreal, July 28, 2010. A newly restored digital copy of the complete Metropolis has its Eastern Canadian premiere as a special gala of the Fantasia film festival in the 3000-seat Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier at Place des arts, featuring a new score by Gabriel Thibaudeau of the Cinematheque Quebecoise, performed by a 13-piece orchestra.