Abstract art is always hit or miss, and although taste in any creative form is entirely subjective, the merits and […]
Volume 27 issue 3
If you were to ask me how my summer went, I might answer you that I traveled to Portugal, to […]
The leaves are red, deep red, burgundy, bright yellow, baby green light, crispy brown, dark green, orange mixed with red […]
http://www.nouveaucinema.ca/ *** Review by Mirella Bontempo The Kindergarten Teacher, Nadav Lapid Nira, a middle class Kindergarten teacher, seems banal at […]
Beliefs are strange phenomena.
The 10th Montreal International Black Film Festival – 10 MIBFF – closed on September 28 with the screening of Half […]
The Universe in a Single Atom.
Montreal Serai had the opportunity to have a discussion with Scott Weinstein, Montreal based social and political activist, who has […]
The human mind is clever – and the human hand as well.
JO: We have invited Professor Cornett here today to discuss issues surrounding a film called L’Heureux Naufrage/Fortunate Shipwreck: The Ambient […]
Every summer during school holidays my mother would take us from Indian-administered Kashmir to Ludhiana in Punjab to visit our […]
Turmoil Sometimes I feel consumed by anger, perhaps I ought to say by RAGE, a rage of unfathomable limits!
Growing up in early post-colonial India, the country was so different.
Montreal Serai had the opportunity to discuss SOS: Alternative to Capitalism – a handy, slim compendium of vital, essential thoughts […]
[The prehispanic part of the story is based on sociological findings and traditional legends.
Artist Statement: The preoccupation of life and death and the search for the transcendent are universal and timeless; it is […]
“Advertising invalidates people, leading to anger.
This story is in memory of the passengers who were on the Komagata Maru.
GREETINGS [Children growing up in South Asian homes often have to choose from diverse forms of greetings, each one representing […]
Communion Ambiguity adds another layer.
Una mujer desnuda Era una mujer desnuda Un hombre desnudo Era un hombre desnudo Un hombre y una […]
Lately I’ve been wondering whether I’m a ‘Skeptic’ or a ‘True Believer’.
Being believers is problematic for women in a world saturated by religions that are patriarchal and androcentric.
It must be a passionate subject since Woody Allen, one of the rare American filmmakers still producing auteur features, has […]