Keyword : Film Canon
An overview of the best seen (and not seen) on Montreal theatre screens.
A reflection on the state of the film canon vis-a-vis film critic/filmmaker Paul Schrader.
An overview of all the best of Canadian, American, and International cinema screened in Montreal during 2005.
A year of film viewing in Montreal.
Rist reports on the best from around the globe.
Is the recent “end of cinema” discourse new? Jovanovic examines the theoretical and historical legacy of this discourse (part 2).
Is the recent “end of cinema” discourse new? Jovanovic examines the theoretical and historical legacy of this discourse.
Every ten years since 1952 the British journal Sight & Sound has been conducting a survey to find out which films merit inclusion into their Top Ten. As far as canon formation goes, this is one of the biggies. Have things changed much since 1992?
In a first of a two-part essay, Rist looks back at 25 years of attending the Montreal World Film festival.
Boistered by a half-year sabbatical, Peter Rist was a man on a mission, and watched over 250 films on the big screen in 2002. Rist gives us an idea about what makes Montreal one of the best cities in North American for the discerning filmgoer, and how it can be even better.
An analysis of the year that was. An improvement over 2000, according to Rist.
A tongue-in-cheek selection of Halloween Horror movie lists
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