On October 29, hundreds of men and women packed the public square at Place des Arts in Montréal for a […]
Volume 28 Issue 3
“It was on a Sunday afternoon that the portraitist came to me, not in search of any ransom, but […]
‘In a way of living where fear and loathing is aided and abetted, the subtleties of wonder and contemplation are […]
Bombardier and refried beans The Québec government managed to pull $1 billion U.S.
Love by Gaspar Noé “Can you show me how tender you can be?” Electra in Love Reading philosopher George Bataille’s […]
The 11th Edition of the Montreal International Black Film Festival [Sept.
As always, when editing an issue of Montréal Serai, there is a certain FEAR bordering on near paranoia that the […]
Tech and media workers for justice, and vice versa Director and filmmaker Laura Poitras has made another film worthy of […]
They say everything happens for a reason.
There is a remarkable scene in Laura Poitras’ film Citizenfour, her prize-winning documentary on whistle-blower Edward Snowden.
If there is any truth to Bruce Cockburn’s line that “the trouble with normal is it only gets worse,” the […]
The Amadou Diallo Diptych is a memorial divided between a section of darkness and violence, chaos, and a section devoted to Diallo’s […]
DISCONTENT AND ITS CIVILIZATIONS.
Her name was Jane Houde.
Parallels can be drawn between the ways in which medical screening (with mammography, for instance) can lead to over-reaction and […]
– “I haven’t come to the store since this started.
Siddharth, 2013, Richie Mehta’s second feature film, opened the 5th South Asian Film Festival of Montreal on September 11, 2015.
“At your age, you should consider screening,” the obstetrician said.