Keyword : Quebec Cinema
An interview with Luc Bourdon on his found footage love song to Montreal, La Mémoire des anges.
An interview with Philippe Falardeau.
An analysis of Luc Bourdon's found footage documentary/experimental La Mémoire des anges.
An interview with writer/director of the experimental narrative short film The Edifice.
Review of the Montreal-based comedy, The Trotsky.
A political analysis of Obomsawin's feature length and short film documentaries on the Oka Crisis and the representation of Mohawk culture.
A close textual analysis of one of the most revered Canadian films of all time, Les Bons Débarras.
An analysis of the endearing Québècoise classic, Mon Oncle Antoine.
An interview with Doug Harris, writer/director of the Canadian film Remembering Mel.
An brief look back at the capital cost allowance period in Canadian cinema, which acts as an introduction to the interview with Doug Harris.
An interview with Philippe Spurrell, director of the Canadian supernatural mystery, The Descendant (2007).
A review of the NFB's much anticipated DVD box set of Pierre Perrault's seminal Île-aux-Coudres trilogy.
The recent video work series of four 50-minute filmic essays by Québécois giant Jean Pierre Lefebvre is analyzed for its cultural and aesthetic depth.
A review of François Miron's revisionist, Sapphic film noir, which imagines a world where women act like Humphrey Bogart and men are nervous, jittery and timid.
A report on the 46th International Film Festival of Thessaloniki, Greece (TIFF, 18 – 27 November 2005).
An in-depth interview with co-writer and co-director of the Canadian noirish horror film Eternal.
An in-depth essay on the 10th anniversary of Robert Lepage's impressive debut feature Le Confessional
Revisiting a classic of Quebec cinema, La Petite Aurore, L’enfant Martyre.
On the occasion of the launch of the NFB's DVD box set L’oeuvre documentaire intégrale de Denys Arcand 1962-1981, Isabelle Morissette meets with Denys Arcand on the subject of On est au coton and the influence that the documentary has had on his creative process.
The evolution of Québécois popular hero IXE-13 from serial novel to film.